Posts By: Dave Glassman
While touring Europe in his pre Rascals days with Joey Dee, he was inspired by an opening act called The Beatles.
“I had the specific vision for The Rascals from the beginning,” Cavaliere recalled.Read More →
University of Tampa cafeteria. Tampa, FLA.
And there I was.
Sophomore year and I’m eating my lunch and digesting what this year of college might bring forth.Read More →
I’ve been to a lot of shows. A lot of shows. But thinking back on it, I’ve missed a lot of shows. Now I’m not talking about missing a show in the case that I wish I could have gone, but I wasn’t able to procure tickets.Read More →
July 9th, 1980. Philadelphia.
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers with Tommy Tutone of 867-5309 fame opening.Read More →
June 26th, 2015. Corner of 14th Street and 10th Ave. NYC
I’ve been passing by this two story sized graphic for a few months.
Stopping and engaging many a High Line passerby.Read More →
April 25th, 2003.
New Orleans, LA. On my way to my first Jazz Fest…
December 10th, 1979. A standard Winter Monday if you can recall. I’m in a station wagon (remember those?) with my cousin and two of his buddies. His mom handling chauffer duties for the trip down Rt. 70 from the Jersey Shore…Read More →
November 8th, 2002. The Rolling Stones, Pac Bell Park, SF. About a month before, I found myself on line (no, an actual line of humans) for tickets at my local record store situated around California and Arguello-ish.Read More →
Welcome to the beginning of the Promised Land podcast. While The Beatles in their group and solo incarnations dominate our inaugural broadcast, it’s Joe Strummer I’m going to speak of. Joe, for those of you …Read More →