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Music Review: ‘The Complete Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Recordings’ [40th Anniversary Edition]


I can’t speak for the vinyl set, but the two-CD album is a joy. Read More »

Music Review: Annie Ross Salutes Billie Holiday in ‘To Lady with Love’

photo by David Beyda

There is a heartfelt emotional honesty in the drama of her vocal stylings that makes up for the vocal limitations of age. Read More »

Music Review: Ringo Starr – ‘Postcards from Paradise’

Postcards from Paradise

Affable and steady-rocking, Ringo Starr's latest is more of the same - for better or worse. Read More »

Concert Review: The American Classical Orchestra and Chorus with Soprano Hana Blažiková (NYC, 4/21/15)

Thomas Crawford conducts the American Classical Orchestra

Earthly Love and Celestial Love battle for the soul of Mary Magdalene in Caldara's rarely performed oratorio 'Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo.' Read More »

Concert Review: OK Go at the Aztec Theatre, San Antonio, TX, April 20, 2015


Talented musicians and performance artists in equal measure, the L.A.-based band rocked the house on Monday night. Read More »

Music Review: The Morning Birds – “Jimmy Dean” Single


Contrasting layers and styles are smoothly put together in "Jimmy Dean". Read More »

Music Review: Shelby Lynne – ‘I Can’t Imagine’

Shelby Lynne I Can't Imagine

Lynne draws on a variety of pop-music traditions to create a poetic and acoustical world all her own. Read More »

Music Review: Jimbo Mathus – ‘Blue Healer’

Jimbo Mathus Blue Healer

Jimbo Mathus takes us on a wild and exhilarating mystical journey through a crazy mix of Southern musical styles. Read More »

Music Review: Jazz Pianist Lisa Hilton Takes on The Black Keys and More on ‘HORIZONS’

Photo by: Steven Lippman

Hilton's music, built upon classical and jazz influences, is both sensuously lyrical and improvisationally rich. Read More »

Music Review: Boz Scaggs – ‘A Fool To Care’

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Boz Scaggs is as soulful as ever on this flawless and seemingly effortless new release. Read More »