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  • Alabama Shakes Sound and Color
    Review: 'Sound and Color' by Alabama Shakes
    When 2015 festival lineup posters started dropping with Alabama Shakes occupying some surprisingly large font space the outrage was predictable. They only had one album to their name, 2012's "Boys and Girls". They were the modern day...
  • James McMurtry
    Songwriter James McMurtry to play "Complicated Games" at Beachland April 22nd
    You could fill a notebook with the wicked one-liners, cinematic images, and memorable refrains from James McMurtry’s Complicated Game.McMurtry probably did when writing the new album, his first for the similarly-named L.A. label that fellow...
  • Ben Kunder
    Ben Kunder plays the Toronto Centre For the Arts BareBones & Upfront April 23
    Toronto audiences will have to wait until May for the release of Ben Kunder's upcoming album "Golden". Between now and then, they can catch him perform at the Toronto Centre for the Arts gallery room on April 23. His roots-Americana...
  • River Drivers
    An interview with the River Drivers
    There is much to be said for the raw, organic and expressive elements of traditional music, both for its artistic quality and powerful conveyances. While it has earned itself an assured place in history, much of it is just as relevant today as it...
  • Old Navy Summer 2015 - Palm Beach
    Old Navy presents their Summer 2015 collection
    Fashion brand Old Navy held their Summer 2015 Preview on February 26, at their showroom located at 55 Thomas Street in New York City. The them for the collection is "Let there be Summer". The colorful clothes, warm inviting atmosphere,...
  • Donna the Buffalo
    Donna the Buffalo brings the herd to City Winery Nashville this Friday
    One of Nashville's newest concert venues is quickly making a name for itself as one of the city's best draws for talent. In recent months, City Winery has played host to the likes of Jason Isbell, Colin Hay, and Arlo Guthrie. Now on Friday...
  • Chase Gilbert
    Interview with Chase Gilbert, Woodprint Artist.
    What first attracted you to art?The beauty in color and designs… the way a form moves.How long have you been an artist?I remember in 6th grade my love of art took off, but it wasn’t until I received a scholarship to play baseball and...
  • Suzanne Jarvie
    Suzanne Jarvie: A long journey down the Spiral Road
    “I really hope I move people with this music because this music is not going to get any more authentic as far as I can see.”Those words from Suzanne Jarvie are unnecessary at this point. If you’ve heard her debut album, Spiral...
  • American Gothic by Rich Frishman
    Giant Photographs of Roadside America debut at Minneapolis Photo Center
    Super-sized photographs of America's roadside culture make their debut at the Minneapolis Photo Center on March 13, 2015. American Splendor, panoramic photos by Pacific Northwest photographer Rich Frishman, features more than 20 prints. The...
  • Lauren Shera
    Lauren Shera's past memories and new experiences inspire 'Gold and Rust'
    From the soaring landscapes of Northern California to the flattened green land of Nashville, Lauren Shera is taking listeners on a modern-day musical journey of folk and Americana accustomed for the Internet Age.Making the decision to leave the...
  • Anne McCue
    Anne McCue swings back to NYC this weekend
    Most children would do anything to steer clear of the path their parents have chosen for them, and Anne McCue was no different growing up in Sydney, Australia.“If my mother wanted me to do something, I would do the opposite,” she...
  • Swingin Utters Fistful of Hollow
    Swingin’ Utters quirks make Fistful of Hollow unique
    After more than a quarter century as a band, there’s really only one thing you can count on being the same with each new record from the Swingin’ Utters, and that is that they’re going to make it a little different. “From...
  • Jason Isbell
    'The Voice' looks clueless with invite to Americana great Jason Isbell
    Have you ever wondered sometimes if the people in charge of running reality television shows are just as clueless as some of those people who compete on those very programs?Well, an unnamed producer for NBC’s massively popular reality...
  • Corduroy Jim
    Corduroy Jim runs the gambit of groove on 'Cinco'
    Sure, there are a ton of bands that San Jose 6-piece Corduroy Jim can be likened to, and that’s arguably a significant part of their appeal. But when it comes to jam bands, unless they’re something else besides a cheeky rhythm that...
  • Peaches and Crime "Do Bad Things"
    Peaches and Crime "Do Bad Things" has steampunk appeal
    Peaches and Crime are tapping into a new genre that might be called "dark Americana." On their new CD, "Do Bad Things," they take us back to Victorian and Edwardian Vaudeville to celebrate some dark and funny territory....
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