Interview: David Bromberg

To chat with David Bromberg, decorated multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, and master of all things stringed, is to enjoy a rich slice of American music history; over a storied solo career spanning four decades, Bromberg has collaborated with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Emmylou Harris, Jerry Garcia, Bonnie Raitt, Carly Simon, and The Eagles, to name a... Continue Reading →

Interview: John Fatum

Music is a universal language; it can convey the highest highs and the deepest depths of human emotion, it triggers memories, it defines historical eras, it unites.  Music communicates to each listener in different ways; sometimes it speaks to us, and then sometimes, it SPEAKS to us.  That’s how I felt the first time I... Continue Reading →

Album Review: Dan Bern – Hoody

Bob Dylan had a kind of wit that spanned beyond his age and his generation. Wise and political, he flawlessly walked a tightrope of teaching topically without clubbing his listeners with a heavy stick.  Similarly, Merle Haggard pointed out the flaws in the Vietnam War protester, using his country, party voice to speak for a generation.... Continue Reading →

Album Review: Holland Belle – Wanderlust

People use the phrase "simple" as a weapon. In a time when "overproduced" and "shiny" sells records, pure and honest records have gone the way of the dinosaur. Holland Belle is simple. Her new EP Wanderlust isn't colorful, flashy or sparkly. She is what she is-- simple. However, let's get one thing clear before moving... Continue Reading →

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