Tag Archive for Tom Waits

Tom Waits’ Bad as Me: notes from the first listen

Anyone who knows me, knows Tom Waits.  Like it or not, they have all been subject to (too?) many late night (one-sided?) conversations about the man, the myth and his music.  Closing the bar with Martha and San Diego Serenade, continuously rotating Mule Variations on the turntable in my little apartment in San Francisco, following the Glitter and Doom tour… Read more →

Tom Waits is in Studio!

This is just turning out to be an incredible week in music.  First I get to see a true legend of pop music for the first time, then my favorite black metal band makes a stop in Denver for the first time in almost 10 years, I line-up my first interview with an up-and-coming talent out of Los Angeles and… Read more →

Congratulations Tom Waits!

Tom Waits, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, 2011 Closing Time was released in 1973 and in the 38 years that have past Tom Waits has become one of the most talented, innovative, experimental and enigmatic singer-songwriters of all time.  If anyone deserves to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it’s this guy.  The ceremony will… Read more →