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Music Review: The Levon Helm Band – ‘The Midnight Ramble Sessions Vol. 3′

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Tremendous live performances from Levon Helm's famous Midnight Rambles at his Woodstock estate from 2005-2010. 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: Jonny Two Bags – ‘Salvation Town’

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The Social Distortion guitarist delivers an unexpected and excellent country rock and Americana solo debut. Read More »

Music Review: Jimmer – ‘The Would-Be Plans’


'The Would-Be Plans' is a breath of fresh air for those of us who have been suffocating on bad product for far too long. Read More »

Music Review: Regina Carter – ‘Southern Comfort’

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Violinist Regina Carter tackles another part of her musical heritage. Read More »

Music Review: Roosevelt Dime – ‘Full Head of Steam’

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This Brooklyn-based Americana band hooks you with its infectious music. Read More »

Music Review: Will Kimbrough – ‘Sideshow Love’


Kimbrough aptly likens his new solo disc to a book of short stories tracing an arc of love from freshness and hope to disappointment and loss. Read More »

Music Review: Heidi Howe – ‘Be Good’


Heidi Howe has a voice made to sing country music. Read More »

Music Review: P.J. Pacifico – ‘Overlooking the Obvious’


The new EP takes the singer-songwriter in a new direction, but keeps what he does best. Read More »

Music Review: Wild Ponies – ‘Things That Used to Shine’


You can feel the raw emotion in these well-crafted songs, and especially in Telisha Williams's voice as she sings songs of experience, but not of innocence. Read More »