It’s about time that we expand the horizons on what “Radio Friendly” means and get to know some of the artists who make that music that we hear on the radio. David Olney is a songwriter who defies categorization, which […]
Stone Cupid Record Release Party for “The Cardinal” at The Family Wash on January 21, 2016. Photo by Stacie Huckeba
The monthly music series Sings Like Hell has been setting the stage of Santa Barbara’s historic Lobero Theater alight for almost 20 years. In that time it has presented some of the greatest names in Americana music. It’s an impressive […]
Julie Christensen bowed deeply to the standing-room-only crowd at The Family Wash, a venerable East Nashville music venue, as her band, Stone Cupid, kicked into a full-bore jam. She blew a two-handed kiss to the audience, exited stage left, and […]
I first saw Amelia White and Sergio Webb almost a year ago when the East Nashvillians came to The Extended Play Sessions for the first time, so I knew that their return visit would be fabulous. This time, they brought the Blue Souvenirs with them for […]
There is an umbilical cord, as transparent as it may seem, between the United States and Australia. You have to be an idiot not to see it. As different as our countries are, we hold ideals in common, or at […]
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