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Music Review: ‘Made of Light’ by Tymon Dogg (A True “Indie”)

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If you've never listened to Dogg before, or you just haven't heard him in long time, now's the time - you won't ever forget the experience. Read More »

Music Review: Kim Nalley – ‘Blues People’

© 2011 Kim Nalley

'Blues People' is an album you don’t want to miss. Read More »

Music Review: David Lanz and Kristin Amarie – ‘Silhouettes of Love’


The second full-length album collaboration between Grammy-nominated pianist David Lanz and acclaimed vocalist Kristin Amarie. Read More »

Music Review: John Basile – ‘Penny Lane’


Basile is a fine guitarist; his work on the Beatles canon is both intelligent and emotionally satisfying, if not as adventurous as some. Read More »

Music Review: Gideon King & City Blog – ‘City Blog’

Gideon King and City Blog

‘City Blog’ offers 10 meticulously crafted songs that have bloomed and blossomed to the outermost limits they could have been capable of. Read More »

Music Review: Myriam Phiro – ‘Voyages’


Songs well sung: That’s Phiro’s recipe for her 'Voyages.' Read More »

Music Review: Mindi Abair and The Boneshakers – ‘Live In Seattle’

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Don't even think about calling this latest offering from saxophonist Mindi Abair "smooth jazz." This live set is funky, sweaty blues rock and R&B. Read More »

Music Review: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Irvin Mayfield, and The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra: ‘Dee Dee’s Feathers’

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A dynamic tribute to the cultural spirit of New Orleans and its people’s character on the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Read More »

Music Review: Yelena Eckemoff Quartet – ‘Everblue’


Still, while the poetic commentary is the frosting, the music is the cake. And in the end, 'Everblue' is some mighty tasty cake. Read More »

Music Review: Denise Donatelli – ‘Find a Heart’

Denise Donatelli

Donatelli, and by extension, Keezer, are on to something with 'Find a Heart,' and it will be much fun for us to find it with them. Read More »