New Jersey Herald reported this about Nine of a Kind appearing at WNTI Stage:
"Imagine if someone went up to a bunch of disc jockeys and other radio station people and said, “Oh yeah? Well, if you know so much about music and have so many opinions, why don't you just start your own band?” Well, that's exactly what they've done over at WNTI (91.9), the public radio station based out of Centenary College in Hackettstown. The band they formed is called Nine of a Kind..."
Read about Nine of a Kind, as well as the Grand Slambovians, Marshall Crenshaw, James Maddock and Willie Nile appearing at the festival by clicking the following link:
Read what Entertainment Newswire wrote about Gary's release of Gift of Projection:
"Among the songs on the new CD are “The Cruelest Goodbye,” an anguished cry that mixes rock with blues and vocally calls John Lennon to mind; “The Moon Always Finds Me,” a Cream-reflective cut with an arrangement that is very ethereal; “Do to Me,” an impulsive ode that is among the hardest of the rock numbers on the disk and features captivating harmonies, and several others that have hints of soul, grunge, garage and other recent styles of popular music."
Read what Top40-Charts had to say about Gary's Not For Sale To Minors release:
"With a keen desire to spread the word that music should always be universal, ageless and all-inclusive, Gary Alt, an accomplished songwriter and instrumentalist, has come out with a new CD, his fifth solo commercial venture called 'Not for Sale to Minors,' which is not only for sale to minors, but also to adults, rock lovers, ballad lovers, blues lovers, and all lovers of appealing, thought-provoking musical compositions."
Read what Gary's hometown newspaper wrote about his Tribute release:
"Gary Alt has a lifelong love for music and credits an array of artists for his own success as a musician, composer and songwriter. The Westbury native recently set out to pay homage to those artists in a 2-disc CD fittingly titled Tribute."
For the full article, written by journalist Victoria Caruso, click the following link:
See what the New Jersey Herald wrote about Gary Alt and Tribute:
"In an exuberant and inspiring tribute to nearly three dozen of his most important musical influences, Gary Alt, a songwriter and instrumentalist from Sussex, has produced a two-disc CD album fittingly titled Tribute..."
For the full article, written by journalist and author Joel Samberg, click the following link: