Tag: Bop Spots

Steve Rothery: New Album and 40 Years of Marillion

Photo-reportage by: Mónica García Steve Rothery presented his new album “The Ghost of Pripyat”, in the Auditorio Blackberry in Mexico City. He also celebrated the 40 aniversary of Marillion, known as one of the most emblematic British bands of progressive rock. This is how it looked like… Steve Rothery (guitarist […]

Jazz Legends As Seen Through the Eyes of the Biographer: James Gavin

By Estefanía Romero His life is based on writing about what our music idols do, but this time he had to answer questions about his own life and wonderful work. James Gavin is one of the most interesting characters I’ve met in my life—not only because he has the deepest […]

From Bop to Latin: The Brilliant Concert of Arturo Sandoval in Mexico City

By: Estefanía Romero To discover Dizzy Gillespie and The United Nations Orchestra’s concert was the great event that led me into a personal obsession to the historical, cultural and musicological labyrinths of jazz. All the musicians of that project became my idols and since then I decided that I wouldn’t […]

The Inherent Spirituality in Music: Bill Laurance’s Exclusive

Bill Laurance is a great piano player, producer and composer. He’s well known for his work in Snarky Puppy, but you have to hear his music to understand all the qualities and reasons why he is one of the best musicians alive. We had a conversation backstage before his concert […]