Great photo of Bobby Hackney rockin’ out last weekend at Lincoln Center.  Here’s what the New York Times had to say about their show:

Death made the concert’s most genre-defying music. It’s a taut, precise trio, with the brothers Bobby Hackney on bass and Dannis Hackney on drums; Bobby Duncan on guitar replaced David Hackney, the original guitarist, who died in 2000. Death’s songs from the early 1970s — which were not released until 2009 on “…For the Whole World to See” (Drag City) — were neatly structured, multipart compositions. Some rode bass lines with guitar interjections, anticipating the Police as well as punk; some were garage-rock tirades against ex-girlfriends and politicians. The band said it would release more material this year.

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  • bookerman

    Once again bruva Rob, thank you for bringing this kind of wonderful and amazing work to the table. Had I grown up with these guys in their neighborhood in Detroit, we probably would have been jamming together. Keep up the great work…best, Bookerman

  • Thank you for the kind words, Bookerman! Yeah, there's so much amazing creativity coming out of our community on a global scale. Kinda hard to keep up with it all.

    Anyway, be well, and thanks for your ongoing support!