If this doesn’t start your toes a tappin, you have a serious problem.
“City of Fortune” is the lead single off of Andy Cook’s forthcoming debut EP, due out on March 1, 2016.
By Rebecca Marx
John Louis is releasing his CD Drift at the Aster Cafe on 9/26, and I was privileged to possess an advanced copy to dig into. The CD’s title is well chosen, the work is elegantly paced, slow music if you will, and the piece as a whole is beautifully written. After several listens, I found myself struck by its direct lyrics, and especially obsessed by the track: “So Sorry”. I come by my adoration of music in relation to the lyrics first, a lifelong fan of poetry and prose. [Read more…] about Article – Tucking into “So Sorry” by John Louis
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Great track from a new album from Sarah Morris. She celebrates her CD Release with Tim Houhlihan who is also releasing a new album.
By Courtney Schultz
Bluegrass music pockets a way of filling you up from your core and working itself through your entire being. Stir it up with the perfect concoction of sunlight-warmed skin and grass-cushioned feet, and it will lift you off the ground and move you; your soul being summoned to enter the physical world, or perhaps it’s your body entering the spiritual world. [Read more…] about Review – The Gated Community – We Can Do Anything
By Samuel Wigness
There are few instances in music when the ceramic XXX moonshine jug has been used to great effect. It seemed to disappear after Mungo Jerry’s use in the 1970 hit “Summertime,” perhaps returning to the porch from whence it came. [Read more…] about Review – Dumpy Jug Bumpers – Dumpin’ At The Savoy