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Music Review: Lovesucker – ‘Lovesucker’ EP

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Crystal Crosby and Zoltan Von Bury have put together an interesting mix of gypsy and rock sounds. Read More »

Music Review: Otis Clay and Johnny Rawls – ‘Soul Brothers’

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The Soul Brothers – Otis Clay and Johnny Rawls – bring back the '60s Memphis sounds with authenticity and heart. Read More »

Music Review: Marc Broussard – ‘A Life Worth Living’

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Broussard provides open, honest and catchy tunes for a deeply satisfying release. Read More »

Music Review: Chelsey Green and the Green Project – ‘The Green Room’

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A collection of appealing original compositions and arrangements that showcase Green’s unique twist on violin, viola and contemporary jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Royal Southern Brotherhood – ‘Heartsoulblood’

Royal Southern Brotherhood's second album is tighter and grittier than their debut, with all the heart, soul, and blood they promise. Read More »

Single Review: DJ Cassidy – “Make the World Go Round (Featuring R. Kelly)”

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If “Make the World Go Round” is any indication of its wares, a real treat is in store for discerning listeners. Essential spring and summer listening. Read More »

Music Review: Thom Douvan – ‘Brother Brother’

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Soul is the essence of 'Brother Brother.' Read More »

Music Review: David Ruffin – ‘My Whole World Ended/Feelin’ Good’

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After leaving the Temptations, David Ruffin released two solo albums within a period of six months. Both have now been reissued as a two-for-one CD. Read More »

Music Review: Tedeschi Trucks Band – ‘Made Up Mind’

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The album shines on every track, delivering Southern blues rock and soul in stellar manner. Read More »

Music Review: Bill Withers – ‘The Essential Bill Withers’

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Even those familiar with the singer-songwriter’s music may find a welcome surprise or two in the collection. Read More »