The thing I like about writing this column is that I not only get to report on what’s happening in the world of roots music photography, I have the opportunity to share with others people, places, and events that are […]
As I have seen some other folks writing about what the first six months of 2017 has brought to the world of roots music, I thought I’d chime in with some personal favorites. Before I get comments about why not this […]
You may have noticed that the usual weekly columns have been on hiatus for a few weeks, so what better way to signal this one’s return than with a roundup of some significant releases that should be brought to our […]
Hey kid, take a rip on that antihistamine and give these four new records a listen. First up, we’ve got the hell-raising barroom rock of Sarah Shook and her band, the Disarmers. As staff reviewer Maeri Ferguson so aptly puts it: Shook gives […]
As its title might hint, Anna Coogan’sThe Lonely Cry of Space and Time (self-released on April 28) is category-resistant. Or, stronger, category-defiant–even across the wide open spaces of Americana. But until someone devises a Prog/folk/Eurodisco/opera/goth metal/environmentalist dystopian chanteuse category, it fits […]
With hundreds of crowdfunding campaigns popping up each week and more sites dedicated to crowdfunding coming on line every year, the number of choices can be overwhelming for music fans, especially when many of the sites mix their musical offering […]
“I’m too old to remember to regret.” — Richie Stearns Trumansburg, New York, sits halfway between two more well-known towns in the Finger Lakes district: Watkins Glen and Ithaca. Like many similarly situated towns, it has become a center for music and other […]
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