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Music Review … with a Cruise Thrown In

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Music Review: Hendrik Meurkens – Samba To Go!

It's January, which means snow and ice -- and another new album from the harmonica giant. Read More »

Music Review: Enclave – Enclave Diaspora

Don't try to figure out the name -- just enjoy the music. Read More »

Music Review: Novalima – Coba Coba

Novalima sets the standard for all other bands wishing to bring modern technology into play when adapting traditional music. Read More »

Retro Redux: Sometimes You Can Have Too Much Tequila

You might want to take some advice from the guys who made Tequila famous. Read More »

Concert Review: Raul Malo Christmas Show at Antones in Austin

Dancing the night away with the cougars of Westlake to the very excellent voice and rocking Christmas tunes of the great Raul Malo. Read More »

Music Review: Orchestre Poly Rythmo de Cotonou – The Vodoun Effect: 1973-1975 Funk & Sato From Benin’s Obscure Labels

Funk. latin, Vodoun, and African high life come together in one exciting explosion of sound. Read More »

Music Review: Francisco Mela – Cirio

Cuban jazz will continue to progress as long as there are guys like the outstanding drummer Francisco Mela pushing it further. Read More »

Retro Redux: Remembering Ritchie Valens

It's always been a little interesting to me how a long-gone musician's legacy can develop with the passage of time. Ritchie Valens is mostly remembered now as one of the doomed passengers on Buddy Holly's ill-fated plane trip, and also for his hit song, "La Bamba." But his biggest hit by far was the slow ballad, "Donna," a piece you ... Read More »

Music Review: Marco Granados – Music Of Venezuela

A flute virtuoso brings the music of his homeland to life. Read More »