Album review: Dustin Bentall, Streets With No Lights (2006)

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JULY 20, 2006 By Steve Newton It's funny, the stuff you remember, like a phone call to Vancouver rocker Barney Bentall in the early '80s. I was a cub reporter for the Straight, new on the local scene, and I rang him at home to get some details for … Continue reading Album review: Dustin Bentall, Streets With No Lights (2006)

David Gogo preps for the Big 3-O with acoustic and electric discs

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JAN. 28, 1999 When the Georgia Straight phoned David Gogo two years ago to chat about his then-new live album, Dine Under the Stars, he answered the call with “Davey Wayne Gogo here,” a slight swipe at Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the Stevie Ray Vaughan–inspired upstart of the day. This … Continue reading David Gogo preps for the Big 3-O with acoustic and electric discs

David Gogo farts in his old record label’s general direction on Dine Under the Stars

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, FEB. 27, 1997 Just two years ago Nanaimo blues-rocker David Gogo seemed to have the music world by the tail. Only 25 years old, he was inked to a worldwide recording deal by EMI Music, which was so pleased about signing Gogo that it manufactured limited-edition double-disc promo versions … Continue reading David Gogo farts in his old record label’s general direction on Dine Under the Stars