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We Talk To Darrell Scott About ‘Jaroso’
Oct22

We Talk To Darrell Scott About ‘Jaroso’

Darrell Scott’s new Jaroso Darrell Scott – Photo : LTTL Darrell Scott Releases Second 2020 Album ‘Jaroso’ Out October 23, 2020 By Rob Dickens A short time after he has given us a tribute album Darrell Scott Sings the Blues of Hank Williams, the Grammy-nominated, multi-instrumentalist Darrell Scott will release his new offering Jaroso on October 23 (via Full Light Records / Soundly Music). Recorded and inspired...

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The Steel Wheels Pen Songs For Everyone
Oct20

The Steel Wheels Pen Songs For Everyone

Album Review Steel Wheels The Steel Wheels – Photo: LTTL The Steel Wheels With Everyone A Song, Vol. 1 Out November 9, 2020 By Rob Dickens I have to thank my wife for putting me on to The Steel Wheels. We were in Raleigh North Carolina in 2014 at the IBMA’s huge festival and conference World of Bluegrass. As I have been known to do at festivals, I was spending a fair amount of time in the Exhibition Centre going around the...

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Sturgill Simpson Cuts The Blue Grass With A Fine Blade
Oct17

Sturgill Simpson Cuts The Blue Grass With A Fine Blade

Sturgill Simpson New Album Sturgill Simpson – Photo: LTTL Sturgill Simpson Surprise Release – Goes Bluegrass ‘Cuttin’ Grass Vol 1 – The Butcher Shoppe Sessions’ By Rob Dickens Sturgill Simpson has provided three surprises here – one, he’s released an album with scarcely a word of warning. Two, he’s eshewed his increasingly loud, showy later recordings with a beautifully-weighted...

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Natalie D-Napoleon’s Celebratory Return
Oct12

Natalie D-Napoleon’s Celebratory Return

We review Natalie D-Napoleon Cover Photo: Brett Leigh Dicks Natalie D-Napoleon’You Wanted To Be The Shore But Instead You Were The Sea’ By Rob Dickens Pre-COVID, Natalie D-Napoleon had been sharing time between Fremantle, Western Australian and Santa Barbara, California, creating a 25-year successful career as a singer-songwriter and award-winning poet. You Wanted To Be The Shore But Instead You Were The Sea is...

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The Bluebird – The Movie, The Experience
Oct09

The Bluebird – The Movie, The Experience

Bluebird Cafe close up The Bluebird Cafe – Photo: LTTL We Review ‘Bluebird’ The Movie We Recast Our Last Visit There —— PART ONE – ‘BLUEBIRD’ THE MOVIE Words Rob Dickens Images: Jim Jacob It is one of the most iconic music venues in one of the greatest music cities in the world. It is tiny. It has a more-than-humble appearance from the outside. It is renowned as devoted to nurturing new...

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