Highly Recommended by Powerpopaholic Power Pop Review The Drywall Heels The Popravinas

The Popravinas! and The Drywall Heels

The Popravinas! “California Sonic” The Popravinas! are back almost ten years later, as Eddy Sill (The Mutts) is joined by John Adair (Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin, Vocals) Dean Lyons (Guitar, Vocals) and David Rogers (Drums). The band has its own roots-based California pop sound, sure to appeal

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Gretchen's Wheel Highly Recommended by Powerpopaholic odd O'Keefe Power Pop Review

Gretchen’s Wheel and Todd O’Keefe

Gretchen’s Wheel “Sad Scientist” Gretchen’s Wheel is the creative outlet for singer/songwriter Lindsay Murray. Her past albums while polished and pleasing just lacked a power pop focus. Sad Scientist changes all that, as Lindsay has gotten out the “big guns” Fernando Perdomo and Andy Reed onboard

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Power Pop for sale! Come on Down! Paul Collins Concert coming soon!

The Power Popaholic Sell-A-Thon If you are near Massapequa Long Island tomorrow, there is a big music expo going on at American Legion Massapequa NY Post 1066 at 66 Veterans Blvd, Massapequa, New York 11758. I will be selling a big pile of my music collection. This

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Friday Freebies: The Well Wishers, Vegas With Randolph, The Skullers and I Prefer Guitars

Long-time power pop favorite The Well Wishers (aka Jeff Shelton) give us an album of covers. Many are album tracks and not the big popular hits, which makes this collection even more compelling. Shelton covers Tom Petty, Sloan, ABBA, Bowie and more. Also it’s a

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The John Sally Ride and The Creation

The John Sally Ride “A New Set of Downs” John Dunbar teams up with Sal Maida (Milk & Cookies) and drummer Sal Nunziato to form this solid trio. Anchored by Maida’s great bass line, Dunbar makes the best of the opener “One of These Days You’ll

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Exclusive: Lost power pop release from The Tomboys

The Tomboys “Sessions One” The Tomboys were young teens when they formed and quickly took to performing and songwriting. Their local popularity spread quickly due to their catchy, melodic songs as the trio performed hundreds of local shows and concerts. They could’ve been considered South

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Andy Oliveri and the Mountaineers and Brian Jay Cline
Andy Oliveri and the Mountaineers Flashpot Moments Highly Recommended by Powerpopaholic Power Pop Review

Andy Oliveri and the Mountaineers and Brian Jay Cline

Andy Oliveri and the Mountaineers “Call Them Brothers” The music slowly fades in on “Where The Wild Flowers Grow Fondly,” the layers of bass, guitar and vocals build as Oliveri’s approach is a little like a shoegazer Echo & The Bunnymen where the mood sinks

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The Simple Carnival and Timothy Monger
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The Simple Carnival and Timothy Monger

The Simple Carnival “Smitten” Pittsburgh musician and animator Jeff Boller has returned and like his last album Girls Aliens Food, it is heavy on melody and simple romantic charm.  Smitten is a meticulously crafted group of love songs similar to early Todd Rundgren. The title track is a romantic

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