This month, I’ve been working on learning and unlearning, and trying to do better in the fight for racial justice. Somewhere in that process, it came to my attention that my voice is not the one that needs to be […]
This month, I’ve been working on learning and unlearning, and trying to be a better ally in the fight for racial justice. Somewhere in that process, it came to my attention that my voice is not the one that needs […]
Last summer, I had booked my first headlining gig at The Ark in Ann Arbor, Michigan, an historic folk venue with a great reputation. Because I was excited about the opportunity, I was willing to deal with the logistics that […]
Some of us had supportive parents that encouraged us when we proposed going to music school or moving to New York or Nashville to jumpstart our creative careers. Some of us had families that didn’t get it at all and […]
This month, with the celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we all take some extra time to celebrate the female experience and the amazing women around us who support and inspire. The Nashville music community is full […]
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the debut “The Long Haul” column from singer-songwriter and fiddle player Rachel Baiman. Each month, Rachel will bring us dispatches from the road and the life of a working roots musician. A little after 10 […]
Like many of you, I have gone through the various stages of grief following the most recent presidential election; shock, pain, anger, depression, acceptance and … what is supposed to come next? I just Googled it: reconstruction and, finally, hope. […]
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