“Once you get it, you can’t forget it.” Robbie Robertson’s lyric, from The Band’s iconic 1970 track “The W.S. Wolcott Medicine Show”, a song which has often been interpreted as
Andrew Gabbard’s Cedar City Sweetheart. The country/folk-rock leaning effort is a slight departure from the touring guitarist of The Black Keys, but the sounds are sweet and soothing all the same.
When California-based singer/songwriter Nic Russo dips into his alter ego Dick Stusso things get bizarre. On his most recent offering, S.P. the artist delivers Attention Deficit Disorder folk-rock that, like a toddler, the songs enter the room, causing disturbance/joy before quickly departing, farting as they exit.
The Winery Dogs brought their masterful power trio sound to New Orleans House of Blues.
Darren Jessee may have gotten his start as the drummer for Ben Folds Five and eventually for others like Hiss Golden Messenger and Sharon Von Etten, but it’s been years
We’ve known the impeccable vocalist, composer, and visual artist Cecile McLorin Salvant as an astute musicologist and multi-linguist yet until this release of Mélusine her recorded music and certainly her performances have been highly accessible to English-speaking listeners.
In the 90s, Filter seemed like an unstoppable force. After leaving Nine Inch Nails as a touring guitarist, Filter lead man Richard Patrick formed Filter with guitarist Brian Liesegang. Releasing
Known mainly as the frontman for the rock band NEEDTOBREATHE, with his sophomore solo outing Bear Rinehart (going under the moniker Wilder Woods) digs into much broader musical influences and
Working My Way Down was originally intended as a trio project twenty-five years ago between Mike Stinson, Johnny Irion, and the deceased Andy Bulter-Jones that has finally emerged under the collaborative banner of country rockers Stinson and Irion.
Eric Bibb’s Ridin’ continues the themes of social justice and African American history with equal fervor as its predecessor.