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Music Review: Robin & Linda Williams – These Old Dark Hills

Robin & Linda Williams' new album illustrates that their kinship to traditional music remains strong while also composing new mountain sounds for today. Read More »

Music Review: Masha Campagne – Like Water, Like Air

Masha Campagne's captivating sophomore album emphasizes impressive musicianship with vision, creativity, and class. Read More »

Music Review: Leticia Rodriguez – La Americana

Leticia Rodriguez creates music to promote multicultural understanding, inclusion, healing, and harmony. Read More »

Music Review: The Rob Shipley Band – Think Melodically, Feel Rhythmically, Live Musically

All that guitarist/vocalist Rob Shipley wants for you is to be happy. Read More »

Book Review: Luck or Something Like It by Kenny Rogers

At seventy-three years old, Kenny Rogers provides a thoughtful account of his career, family, friends, interests, and memories. Read More »

Music Review: Ferenc Nemeth – Triumph

Ferenc Nemeth has released a landmark jazz album which captures a range of human experiences and emotions. Read More »

Music Review: Woody Guthrie – Woody at 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection [3-CD Box Set]

Woody Guthrie was born 100 years ago, and this new 3-CD collection shows his music is still moving and relevant today. Read More »

Music Review: Tony Williamson – Lloyd Loar Mandolins

Tony Williamson’s Lloyd Loar Mandolins is the ultimate and quintessential mandolin tasting. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Music City Roots: Live from the Loveless Café

This Music City Roots sampler is a small taste of the power of Americana music and its ability to make the world a better place. Read More »

Music Review: Samovar Russian Folk Music Ensemble – Around the Samovar: Russian Folk Song Favorites

Samovar is an enjoyable acoustic Russian folk music ensemble that never ceases to amaze. Read More »