Tim Harrington (guitar) and Paul Wright (cello) are Tall Heights. Their music is evocative. It grabs a hold of you and gently wraps itself around your heart and mind and allows your imagination to soar along with it. Their sound is contemporary, yet ageless. Tall Heights have become fan favorites in Boston and are currently touring to support their new CD, Man of Stone.
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Posted on April 29, 2013 at 6:30pm
Boston singer-songwriter Bethel Steele has been making some mighty sweet music for a while now but she’s really coming into her own this year. Her newest CD Of Love and Whiskey has gained the attention of many. As Lizard Lounge open mic host, Tom Bianchi, says of Bethel: “She's got a genuine feel of unpretentiousness that comes out in her songs, leaving the listener with a warm feel of honesty, soul and comfort. Her delivery is solid and her songs are from the heart.” In this…Continue
Posted on April 24, 2013 at 6:00pm
For folk music fans, there is only one Cormac McCarthy. In this interview he discusses the “other” Cormac McCarthy, living and creating music in New England, his brand new CD Collateral, the creative process, and his old buddy, Bill Morrissey.
Does a week go by when you don’t get at least one person asking you if you are a) Cormac McCarthy the novelist or b) if you’re related to THAT Cormac McCarthy? I heard your radio interview in which you said that at…Continue
Posted on April 20, 2013 at 7:30pm
In this interview, Three Tall Pines talk about the band name, their influences and how they ended up playing bluegrass in very cold and snowy New England. You’ll also hear all about their forthcoming recording of traditional music and some reflections about the Boston music scene.
To learn more about Three Tall Pines, visit their website.
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Posted on April 10, 2013 at 5:00pm