Jobi Riccio Thrives On Whiplash
Jan16

Jobi Riccio Thrives On Whiplash

New Clip Jobi Riccio Jobi Riccio – A New Luminary The Title Song From ‘Whiplash’ Yep Roc Records Jobi Riccio has some presence, a multi-layered voice winning on many levels. Her debut album Whiplash (on Yep Roc Records) was written over several formative and tumultuous years in Riccio’s late teens and early twenties, a revelatory coming-of-age story tackling many issues. Riccio grapples directly with her queerness...

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The Third Mind 2 and Tour
Dec26

The Third Mind 2 and Tour

The Third Mind On The Road Photo: Leslie Campbell The Third Mind First Tour On The Back Of Acclaimed Album ‘The Third Mind 2’ The Third Mind is an improvisational music collective with an all-star lineup that includes Dave Alvin, Jesse Sykes, Victor Krummenacher, Michael Jerome and guest guitarist Mark Karan. The band is dedicated to experimenting with new, unorthodox and unrehearsed sounds while paying tribute to...

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Hiyo Chatham County Line!
Dec12

Hiyo Chatham County Line!

New music Chatham County Line Chatham County Line – Photo: York Wilson Chatham County Line’s New Album ‘Hiyo’ Out January 26, 2024 Two Singles Released From Raleigh, North Carolina. Chatham County Line will be releasing Hiyo, the band’s tenth studio album (and first in four years), on January 26, 2024 (via Yep Roc Records). Photo: LTTL Two excerpts from the album have been released – the rollicking,...

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Jim Lauderdale’s Alien Creation

We review the new offering from the prolific one – Jim Lauderdale Jim Lauderdale in Nashville 2019 – Photo: LTTL By Rob Dickens I keep a pretty close tally of every show I’ve attended over the years – it can come in very handy, both to remind and recount. But I admit that I have lost count of the number of times I’ve seen Jim Lauderdale perform. I know the first one – at The Station Inn in Nashville...

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The Felice Brothers Disrobe
May10

The Felice Brothers Disrobe

Here is our review of ‘Undress’ the newbie from The Felice Brothers The Felice Brothers – Photo by Lawrence Braun By Rob Dickens I remember where I was when I first heard The Felice Brothers – the street, who was in the car, the album’s warm sound. The band’s 2008 eponymous release was striking – their upstate New York bucolic musings which would later be claimed to be quintessential Americana...

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