Tom Jones

Feb 1, 2004, Photos and Text by Steve Jennings

Tom Jones will never go out of fashion, so Mix caught up with his guitarist/musical director Brian Monroney and the sound engineers when he hit San Francisco's Fillmore Auditorium....

All Access: Barenaked Ladies

Feb 1, 2004, By Steve Jennings

Mix caught “An Evening With Barenaked Ladies”...

All Access: Godsmack

Jan 1, 2004, By Steve Jennings

Mix caught up with Godsmack at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium when they came through Northern California last fall. The crowd greeted the band with tremendous enthusiasm, and Godsmack responded by turning in a boisterous set of hard-hitting, in-your-face music. The band has been on the road playing theaters, arenas, sheds and festivals - ironically, including the European leg of Summer Sanitarium....

Tour Profile: Good Charlotte

Jan 1, 2004, By Gregory A. DeTogne

Part of a new breed of tuneful pop punksters on today's music scene, spikey-haired, tattooed and pierced Good Charlotte manages to address the prime topic of the genre — alienation felt by outsiders — but with a somewhat sunny and positive approach that sends 10- to 14-year-old girls into paroxysms of hysteria....

Tour Profile: Branford Marsalis

Jan 1, 2004, By Breean Lingle

Branford Marsalis, renowned saxophonist and member of one of jazz's most beloved musical families, never seems to rest. In the last year-and-a-half alone,...

Interpol

Jan 1, 2004, By Steve Jennings

New York City-based Interpol will remind most post-punk junkies of Joy Division or The Chameleons....

Tour Profile: Primus

Jan 1, 2004, By Candace Horgan

For the neophyte at a Primus show, the chant struck up by the band's diehard fans seems disconcerting: “Primus sucks! Primus sucks!” “It just keeps happening and won't go away,” front-of-house engineer Derek Featherstone says with a laugh, from The Fillmore in Denver “The chant dates back to the band's early days.”

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Tour Profile: Lucinda Williams

Jan 1, 2004, By Christopher Walsh

“That should be the porch up there,” says Nathan Harlow, front-of-house engineer for Lucinda Williams, gesturing toward the stage of New York's Beacon Theatre, barren but for a drum kit, amps and mic stands.

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