As ND community member Lyndon Bolton recently claimed in his review of an I’m With Her show in London, when it comes to Sarah Jarosz, Sara Watkins, and Aoife O’Donovan, 1+1+1 equals much more than 3. Today marks the release […]
Rayna Gellert’s Workin’s Too Hard is a little long to be an EP and shorter than an album, but it says a lot more than most. Gellert is perhaps best known for her work in the roots band Uncle Earl. […]
It’s been raining for a week here in New York City, which has me cooped up inside listening to records (naturally). Our staff reviewers have been hard at work, bringing you concise analyses of some great new albums, like Whitney […]
I grew up in a musical family. Music was all over the place. Early in childhood, before my older siblings matured out of control, we had family sing-alongs. Tunes like “In the Pines, Shenandoah, Cimmarron, You Are My Sunshine”, so […]
Kristin Andreassen is one of my favorite songwriters. She’s also my dear friend, bandmate in Uncle Earl, musical collaborator, and a creative force who inspires me immensely. In our band and with Sometymes Why (with Aoife O’Donovan and Ruthy Ungar), […]
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