Shelley Segal- Holy EP review

Shelley Segal Holy True Music/ ShelleySegal.Com I don’t know anything more about Shelley Segal than what I’ve gleaned online. A Melbourne native, Segal left the constraints of her orthodox upbringing to peruse a life without constraint, moving to Los Angeles in the recent past. A couple albums, and several EPs and singles have found their… Continue reading Shelley Segal- Holy EP review

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Culture- The Nighthawk Recordings review

Culture- The Nighthawk Recordings Omnivore Recordings I’ve often said, everything I know about Christianity I’ve learned through bluegrass music. I’m stretching things, but it is a fairly good line. This is true: everything I’ve learned about Rastafarianism, I’ve learned from reggae. You won’t frequently find reggae reviewed here at Fervor Coulee. It isn’t a music… Continue reading Culture- The Nighthawk Recordings review

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Chatham County Line- Sharing the Covers review

Chatham Country Line Sharing the Covers Yep Roc/ ChathamCountyLine.com Chatham County Line plays bluegrass for people who don’t like bluegrass. Well, not just them. Some folks who like bluegrass also enjoy the music of the long-serving Raleigh group, but their interpretation of the music isn’t for everyone. I’m pretty sure that somewhere in the Fervor… Continue reading Chatham County Line- Sharing the Covers review

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Tim O’Brien Band- Tim O’Brien Band review

Tim O’Brien Band Tim O’Brien Band Howdy Skies You never quite know which Tim O’Brien is going to make an appearance: fiddle slinger, folk singer-songwriter, bluegrass maverick, or Celtic-crosser, half of a dynamic duo or as part of an ensemble such as Hot Rize and (briefly) The Earls of Leicester. With Tim O’Brien Band (no… Continue reading Tim O’Brien Band- Tim O’Brien Band review

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Jane Kramer- Valley of the Bones review

Jane Kramer Valley of the Bones http://www.JaneKramerMusic.com About twice a year, I head down to the bunker and dig out Jane Kramer’s previous album, Carnival of Hopes. I am never disappointed; this 2016 release only grows in my estimation with repeated listening. I was excited then to receive Valley of the Bones for review, and… Continue reading Jane Kramer- Valley of the Bones review

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The Honey Dewdrops- Anyone Can See review

The Honey Dewdrops Anyone Can See  The Honey Dewdrops.com Nowhere to hide. Often when I listen to the music of acoustic singer-songwriters, “nowhere to hide” is the phrase that comes to mind. Whenever I encounter The Honey Dewdrops I realize how true the statement remains. Nowhere to hide. Two voices, two instruments: a straight-forward, intimate approach… Continue reading The Honey Dewdrops- Anyone Can See review

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The Wooks- Glory Bound & Della Mae- Butcher Shoppe EP reviews

Glad to have had two reviews published at Country Standard Time this week. The Wooks’ Glory Bound was released in the autumn of 2018, but was only assigned and sent to me this month. What a set! I am not sure exactly how many times I listened to the album during the week I was… Continue reading The Wooks- Glory Bound & Della Mae- Butcher Shoppe EP reviews

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