Charlie Ricci hates music critics so much (except for the Rambles.NET reviewers, of course) that he figures the only way he can beat them is to infiltrate their ranks and exercise his first amendment rights, too. His disdain toward critics does not exist because they had an outlet for their opinions and he did not, but because of their often self-righteous attitude of superiority toward any music and artists they dislike. So at the risk of becoming one of the enemy, he presents to you his music reviews for Rambles.NET, the cultural arts magazine that has the classiest music critics in journalism.
Charlie lives in suburban Philadelphia with his wife, who favors folk music and singer-songwriters; their teenage daughter, who favors alternative rock; and his cocker spaniel, whose taste in music is unknown.
Reviews by Charlie include:
Bill Carter & the Presbybop Quartet
Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen
The McCloskey Brothers Band
Mark Olson & the Creekdippers
The Whisky Priests
The Whiteley Brothers