Project Grand Slam

Interview: Project Grand Slam’s Robert Miller

Bassist Robert Miller, and his group Project Grand Slam, just released their seventh album, PGS 7, and the reviews thus far have been exceeding positive. While still re-invigorating the jazz-rock idiom, vocalist Ziarra Washington really shines on the new album, along with some surprises.  We caught up with Miller at a rehearsal before their next show in […]

Project Grand Slam’s Trippin’ Hits #1 On Billboard

PROJECT GRAND SLAM’S TRIPPIN’ HITS #1 ON BILLBOARD PGS COMPLETES A SPECTACULAR SUMMER SEASON INCLUDING PERFORMANCES AT SEVEN MUSIC FESTIVALS NY– Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam (PGS), the celebrated Jazz Rock Fusion band with a twist of Classic Rock and Latin led by acclaimed bassist/composer Robert Miller, is pleased to announce that the band’s latest […]

The Glorious Corner: Hugh Grant, The Rolling Stones, Micky Dolenz, Duane Betts and More

    G.H. Harding  HUGH GRANTED — Before we dashed off to a splendid one-week holiday, we caught the three-part BBC miniseries, A Very English Scandal, which premiered via Amazon Prime on June 29, stars Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw, two of the most appealing performers of their respective generations (and riding high off of the […]

The Glorious Corner: Lindsey Buckingham, Keifer Sutherland, Micky Dolenz, Mike Nesmith and More

G.H. Harding  NEW BIG MAC — Lindsey Buckingham has publicly addressed his firing from Fleetwood Mac for first time. The 68-year-old was playing a fundraiser gig for Democratic congressional candidate Mike Levin in California last Friday night, when he spoke about his sacking three months ago. “For the last three months I have sadly taken […]

TMW Interview: Robert Miller/Project Grand Slam

  By M.A. Cassata Over the course of some brilliant albums, Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam, has re-invigorated the jazz/rock genre. Always adventurous and plainly inventive, Miller and his group has given the genre a giant leap forward. Miller’s own bass playing, clearly driving the group, is very reminiscent of Jack Bruce and is just […]

The Glorious Corner: NYC’s B.B. King’s Shutters, Netflix’s ‘Stanger Things’, Monkees-Great Micky Dolenz Coming To East Coast Comic-Con and More!

G.H. Harding  BB KING’S SHUTTERS IN NYC — Although it’s been rumored for months, B. B. King’s NYC announced a final closing date of April 29, with a show from Buddy Guy. The hallowed club first opened on June 20, 2000 and B.B. King Blues Club & Grill did provide a wide array of fascinating shows. […]

The Glorious Corner:Radio Personality Art Bell and Two-Time Oscar Winner Czech Director Milos Forman Pass Away, Plus Last Two ‘Will & Grace’ Season Episodes and More

  G.H. Harding  BELL PASSES— From The Las Vegas Review Journal: He was awake when most of the country was asleep, cultivating a loyal following while sharing his fascination with the unexplained on his nighttime paranormal-themed show. For the better part of two decades, longtime late-night radio personality Art Bell was his own producer, engineer […]

The Glorious Corner: Bobby Whitlock at B.B. Kings, Chicago in Times Square, RIP Anita Pallenberg, Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam , The PGS Experience and More!

  G.H. Harding  WHITLOCK REIGNS — I knew Bobby Whitlock was going to be good at B.B. King’s last night, but I couldn’t have predicated just how joyous a ride it would be. Playing almost the entire Lalya album (the holy grail of rock albums for sure) Whitlock, fired up and with an almost eerie […]

The Mac Wire Interview: Project Grand Slam At Cafe Wha?

By M.A. Cassata It’s been quite a year from Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam. We followed the release of their album The Queen’s Carnival (CEN), and all the success they’ve enjoyed. And, next week Miller is hosting a charity-event at the famous Café Wha? in Greenwich Village here in NYC. We managed to speak to […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Hamptons International Film Festival, Billy Bush, The Monkees and More!

  G.H. Harding  HIFF – The 24th Hamptons International Film Festival was held this past weekend and few could have predicted that the only interruption and unease came from not Hurricane Matthew, but Donald Trump and Billy Bush. We’ll discuss this a bit more down the line, but, for the HIFF let me say we caught four rather incredible films; the first Strange […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Jerry Heller,N.W.A, Jon Polito, Jersey Boys, Micky Dolenz, Glen Campbell and More!

  G.H. Harding  HELLER PASSES — Jerry Heller, N.W.A’s controversial original manager and a music industry veteran, died of a heart attack Friday evening at Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks, Calif., his cousin Gary Ballen said. He was 75. Heller was already in his mid-40s when he paired with aspiring rap mogul, N.W.A’s Eazy-E, and Eazy’s label […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Lou Pearlman, Sammy Hagar, The Untold Story of Hollywood’s Creative Artists Agency and More!

  G.H. Harding  PEARLMAN DEAD — Lou Pearlman, the disgraced impresario behind the Backstreet Boys and ‘NSYNC who was serving out a 25-year prison term after being convicted of running a half-billion-dollar Ponzi scheme in 2008, died Friday night, multiple sources confirm. He was 62. According to reports from those in communication with Lou as recently as June, he […]

Today in the Glorious Corner: Todd Rungren, Eric Clapton, Project Grand Slam, John McLaughlin and More

    G.H. Harding  TODD ON — Cleopatra Records is releasing An Evening With Todd Rundgren – Live At Ridgefield on August 26, 2016; a multi-media extravaganza available on CD, Vinyl, DVD, and Blu-ray, starring classic rock icon and famed songwriter / producer Todd Rundgren.    A Wizard, A True Star, the title of his 1973 solo album, aptly sums up the contributions of […]