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Music DVD Review: Suzanne Vega – ‘Live: Solitude Standing’


It is a joy to hear and see Vega sing her hits. Read More »

Interview: James Blunt Journeys Back to the Start on ‘Moon Landing’

James Blunt Press Session 2013

British singer/songwriter James Blunt returns to his indie roots on his fourth and most personal album yet, 'Moon Landing.' Read More »

Music Review: Sam Pinkerton – ‘An Introduction’

Sam Pinkerton - An Introduction - cover (2)

A melodic, thoughtful, and beautifully arranged debut album from a new singer-songwriter. Read More »

Acclaimed Singer-Songwriter Yuna Begins First North American Tour


First stop: Vancouver, B.C. on December 16, with dates scheduled through February, 2014. Read More »

Music Review: Sam Pinkerton – ‘EP Sampler’

Sam Pinkerton Sampler EP cover

A taste of acoustic-based melodicism from a talented new singer-songwriter. Read More »

Music Review: Stephen Kellogg – ‘Blunderstone Rookery’


Stephen Kellogg's first solo CD in 10 years is a treat for fans and a great opportunity for new listeners to discover this talented singer-songwriter. Read More »

Music Review: Townes Van Zandt – High, Low and In Between and The Late Great Townes Van Zandt

Cover High Low and In Between Townes Van Zandt

His fellow musicians have always known what a gift Van Zandt was to the world of popular music, but it's about time for the rest of the world to catch up. Read More »

In Memory of Richie Havens

A great artist and a great human being. Richie Havens, dead at 72 April 22, 2013. Read More »

Interview: Vicci Martinez Discusses the Recent Success of Her Single, “Come Along”

Soulful singer-songwriter Vicci Martinez gets candid about her success with "Come Along" and experience on NBC's The Voice. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Forbert – Alive On Arrival/Jackrabbit Slim [Special Anniversary Edition]

Steve Forbert's reissue of Alive On Arrival/Jackrabbit Slim is a generous collection of gentle songs that work in any era. Read More »