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Music Review: Misha Tsiganov – ‘The Artistry of the Standard’

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Tsiganov and team take a new look at some standard tunes. Read More »

Music Review: Bring It On – Seal’s ‘Seal II’ Turns 20

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'Seal II' cemented Seal as a balladeer for the remainder of his career―to the casual observer―but for those in the know, it was just another side to this varied singer-songwriter. Read More »

Concert Review: Taylor Hicks at Little Creek Casino – Shelton, WA 6/26/14

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A night of high-octane blues and soul, courtesy of the harmonica-wielding 'American Idol' champ. Read More »

Music Review: Peter Himmelman – ‘The Boat That Carries Us’

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Peter Himmelman's new 'The Boat That Carries Us' is a thoughtful musical journey about both literal and metaphorical travels. Read More »

Music Review: Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein, Bill Stewart – ‘Ramshackle Serenade’

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Goldings, Bernstein, and Stewart have indeed produced a jewel. Read More »

Music Reviews: Outloud, Sunstrike, Tarja, and Timo Tolkki’s Avalon

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A varied lot of metal is for you this week, but all good just the same. Read More »

Music Review: Florencia Gonzalez – ‘Between Loves’

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Florencia Gonzalez pays tribute to her musical loves old and new. Read More »

Music Review: Brigitte DeMeyer – ‘Savannah Road’

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DeMeyer's sixth album, co-written with Will Kimbrough, is one of the year's best Americana/roots-music releases. Read More »

Music Review: John Powell – ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2: Music from the Motion Picture’

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'How To Train Your Dragon 2' is more emotional than its predecessor, so, of course, it calls for a more emotional soundtrack. Read More »

Music Review: Passenger – ‘Whispers’

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Passenger's new album 'Whispers' gets right to the heart of what meaningful, touching, and well played music can be. Read More »