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Interview: Holly Ramos Comes Strong Out of The Gate

A punk princess's recipe for aging gracefully: add a little acoustic heart to that old downtown attitude. Read More »

Concert Review: Elvis Costello and The Imposters Tear Up the Joint – Nokia Theatre, New York, May 16, 2007

Thirty years later, Elvis Costello still has no intention of going gentle into anyone's good night. Read More »

Interview: Jane Monheit, Blame It On The Bossa Nova

Jazz It Girl Jane Monheit shifts her hips to a more Brazilian beat Read More »

Music Review: New Koko Taylor, Los Straitjackets Albums

Exploring some different roots -- authentic Chicago blues from the Queen, or Latino rock-n-roll covers from a pack of masked surf-guitarists Read More »

Is The Record Album Dead?

Fountains of Wayne and Ted Leo & The Pharmacists prove there's life in the old medium yet. Read More »

Music Review: Assembly of Dust – Recollection

Assembly of Dust's "Recollection" melds the whole Americana spectrum into a mellow jam groove that's hard to resist Read More »

At a Loss for Words

Say It In Nonsense Syllables -- A Great Pop Music Tradition Read More »

Music Review: Dolorean – You Can’t Win, A Cure for the Wintertime Blues

"You Can't Win" is a winner on its own terms. Read More »

Travels with Patsy Cline and Dusty Springfield

Country crooner Patsy Cline and Brit diva Dusty Springfield -- '60s Sisters Under the Skin. Read More »

When White Bands Covered Motown Hits

Ain’t too proud to go dancing in the streets for money. Read More »