For a living, breathing testament to the
wide-ranging influence guitar innovator Jimi Hendrix had (and continues
to have) on contemporary music, one need only glance at the lineup for
this year’s Experience Hendrix tour.
Harper Lee passed away last month, but
her Pulitzer Prize-winning story of justice and racial inequality lives
on, not only as a novel and its memorable cinematic rendition, but also
in Christopher Sergel’s theatrical adaptation.
Brooklyn, N.Y. trio-turned-quartet Heaven’s Jail’s forthcoming album, Widow’s Work (due for release May 6), will most certainly follow the path of its predecessor, 2014’s Ace Called Zero,
in terms of its widespread critical praise.
This animal-themed fiesta is the annual
fundraiser for the Tristate Noah Project, a no-kill rescue with the
ultimate goal of becoming the first free-roaming sanctuary in the
Tristate for farm and domestic animals.