Nathan, You Had Me at Hello By Donna Mavity Often, the first record you hear from an artist is like the first kiss from your first love. Hard to top. Nothing that follows ever lives up to that initial soul-siphoning […]
It’s usually a good sign when you find yourself humming pieces of lyrics and bits of tunes to a recent listen. This is definitely true of north Florida folksinger Larry Mangum’s latest release, Older Than Dirt. Don’t let the album’s […]
Elisabeth Williamson: Deep and Solo Haunting, uplifting, soothing, thought-provoking. These are all terms that describe “Deep,” the long-awaited songwriting project from Elisabeth Williamson. Add to these descriptions “classy” and “classic” and we’re getting closer to the truth. One listener was […]
GRANT PEEPLES’ PAWNSHOP DOES NOT DISAPPOINT We barely had time to shake hands, sit down, and have a drink with Grant Peeples’ 2008 attention-grabbing, award-winning debut album “It’s Later Thank You Think”, when here comes something brand new! A year […]
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