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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: 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 »

Music Review: Various Artists – Life Goes On: Musicians Against Childhood Cancer

Besides raising funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, this double album shows the captivating musical diversity of a very supportive bluegrass community. Read More »

Music Review: The Henry Girls – December Moon

From Ireland, The Henry Girls offer music with crystalline vocals, lilting melodies and eclectic influences. Read More »

Music Review: Cristiano Crochemore – Play It Again

From Brazil, "Gaucho" guitarist and singer Cristiano Crochemore is a poet of the blues. Read More »

Music Review: Yelena Eckemoff – FORGET-me-NOT

Yelena Eckemoff’s 2011 album release continues to explore the virtuosity which we’ve come to expect from the innovative jazz pianist who was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. Read More »

Music Review: Haynie & Samuel – Here in America

When at the crossroads of life, New York-based folk duo Don Haynie and Sheryl Samuel can help you find bearing and course. Read More »

Music Review: Bruce Piephoff – Still Looking Up At the Stars

Bruce Piephoff is a bard whose music will turn a smile from a frown. Read More »

Music Review: Matthew Curry & The Fury – If I Don’t Got You

Matthew Curry isn’t old enough to buy a beer at the corner store, but he’s obsessed and infatuated with the blues! Read More »

Music Review: Frank Gomez – Soul Resurrection

Texas bluesman “Big Frank” Gomez has known heartache, trouble and a million tears in life. Read More »