Martin Sexton's performance on stage was set on Vanderbilt Avenue right alongside historical (and somewhat humbling) Grand Central Station. The setting for the show was meek, with a small stage and a crowd that was much smaller than you would think. As usual, though, Sexton’s cherub-banshee vocals made it all seem bigger.
Although the airwaves have been mobbed with singer-songwriters the last few years, Rich Price thinks that the best of his genre has true staying power. Undaunted by stops and starts in his own life, Price is bridging the gaps with All These Roads.
Bishop Allen is a DIY paragon, though it
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Life for Stephen Kellogg is about to pick up again in that familiar way – when he hits the road with his band, the Sixers, in support of their new self-titled record. And the
Throughout the Bull Moose After Party, Speechwriters LLC redefine their sound. They redefined it from song to song with chords and melodies, rather than from album to album with haircuts and a well-timed personality implant. They have fun with variety in Bull Moose, showing many sides of what they can do. And I for one can