Since our first cafe opened in London on June 14, 1971, music has been our differentiator.
Love is love. As we mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising this June, Pride month is more important than ever.
The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there. – L.P. Hartley
Let’s get it out in the open from the outset, Whitesnake’s Flesh & Blood is a damn fine rock-n-roll record.
Poet. Guitarist. Songwriter. Publisher. Activist. Mother. Brenda Kahn’s music career stretches from the anti-folk scene of the East Village in the early 1990s to a recently published book of poetry about parenting aptly titled The Good, The Bad, And The Laundry. Along the way, Kahn recorded with her friend Jeff Buckley, played Lilith Fair multiple times, ran a website focused on women in music, and answered the call when Bob Dylan wanted her to open a show. While she may have traded the drug dealers of Avenue A for her children and a life in the countryside, Kahn’s keen eye for detail continues to serve her well.
Australia’s premiere indie/psych-rock gods Tame Impala played (for the first time in Florida!) a sold out show in the swamps of America’s oldest city, St Augustine.
The many roles a mother plays makes fitting all of our thank you’s into one day a year an impossible task.
The list of iconic and influential women in music stretches well past the horizon and grows longer each and every day.
Duran Duran were the video band that killed the radio stars.
We’re at the tail end of that magical time of year when pampered artistes gather together to pat themselves on the back and make pretentious speeches while wearing dubious fashion – AWARD SEASON!