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The Land That Time Forgot
Mar26

The Land That Time Forgot

Chuck Prophet’s new vision Chuck Prophet – Photo: Lauren Tabak Chuck Prophet will release his new album, The Land That Time Forgot, on May 15 via Yep Roc Records. The new collection includes twelve tracks, most of which were co-written by Prophet and his long-time collaborator klipschutz. Together, they yet again draw on the warmth of their native San Francisco Bay area in all its glory and changing times, including...

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A Little Bit Troubled In The Mountains
Mar24

A Little Bit Troubled In The Mountains

new music Sarah Siskind Sarah Siskind – Photo: LTTL The new collection from Sarah Siskind – Modern Appalachia – will be released April 17, 2020. Moving from Nashville to her native North Carolina has inspired Siskind to revisit and reconsider the sounds and spirit of the Appalachian mountains. The musicians she chose for the album are impressive -legendary guitarist Bill Frisell and luminary Justin Vernon (Bon Iver)...

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Gretchen Peters Does Mickey Newbury
Mar23

Gretchen Peters Does Mickey Newbury

New album Gretchen Peters Gretchen Peters – Photo: LTTL Gretchen Peters The Night You Wrote That Song: The Songs Of Mickey Newbury Out May 15 2020 On May 15 this year, Gretchen Peters will release The Night You Wrote That Song: The Songs Of Mickey Newbury via Scarlett Letter Records. The album was recorded at Cinderella Sound Studios in Nashville, the place where Newbury recorded his landmark albums in the late 60’s and...

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Margo Price – New Album, Single
Mar12

Margo Price – New Album, Single

Margo Price’s new music Margo Price – Photo: LTTL That’s How Rumors Get Started Out May 8, 2020 Single “Twinkle Twinkle” On 8 May 2020, American country singer songwriter Margo Price will release That’s How Rumors Get Started, an album of ten new, original songs, via Loma Vista Recordings. Produced by longtime friend Sturgill Simpson (co-produced by Margo and David Ferguson), the...

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Port Fairy Folk Festival 44/2020
Mar11

Port Fairy Folk Festival 44/2020

our Port Fairy Fest wrap Startijenn – Photo: LTTL Port Fairy Folk Festival 2020 Compelling Gathering, Magical Setting 6 to 9 March Some Changes It’s the second oldest festival in Australia. Forty Four years in 2020. But that doesn’t mean organisers have rested on their laurels. This year a new venue design, renaming stages from perfunctory numbers to apt descriptors – Ocean, River, Island (the latter with a recital feel)...

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