Posts Tagged ‘Jackson Browne’

By Hans Ebert Word is that James Taylor is performing in Hong Kong next month and that drummer Steve Gadd will be part of his backup band. Guess so. Musician friends are looking forward to the gig and have taken it for granted that I’ll be there. But I’m not too sure I will as [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk It appears that the last post about all the shenanigans played out using the mantra that “China is potentially the largest music market in the world” to feather the nests of especially Chinese music executives in Hong Kong- and let me quickly add, Korea, Taiwan, and Indonesia- has registered with many, [...]

By Hans Ebert The news that Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have broken up will have bookmaker Ladbrokes offering two cents on the dollar that the lady in question will do what she always does: put pen to paper and pour out her innermost feelings about the breakup for public consumption. Remember “Dear John” after [...]

Funny thing about what is termed “Country Music”and how, if launching their careers today, the Eagles, my man Don Henley, perhaps even some of McCartney’s songs, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Credence Clearwater Revival and other music by those who were once known as singer-songwriters would be labeled “Country.” Lady Antebellum is Country or Pop or [...]