Michael Braunfeld- Driver review

Michael Braunfeld Driver http://www.MichaelBraunfeld.com Blind Justice Music There are days when I figure I am done being gob smacked: heard it all, have I. And then comes the day you (finally—sorry) open that CD that has been sitting on a pile for more than a month awaiting listening and review. Every single night is your… Continue reading Michael Braunfeld- Driver 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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Fervor Coulee’s Favourite Roots and Singer-Songwriter Albums of the Year 2018

*the ones that weren’t bluegrass, blues, or ‘old stuff’ like compilations, reissues, and archival releases This is the second run at my list. The first is lost somewhere on my hard drive, obliterated by the Blue Screen of Death. Reassembling the list wasn’t terribly difficult (although I did decide to cut back from thirty to… Continue reading Fervor Coulee’s Favourite Roots and Singer-Songwriter Albums of the Year 2018

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Raven and Red- We Rise Up review

Raven and Red We Rise Up Line Crossing Records http://www.RavenandRed.com Youthful, Raven and Red is a polished Nashville-based acoustic Americana trio. Featuring a pair of classically-trained, recent North Carolina university graduates, Brittany Lynn Jones (vocals, violin, and more) and Mitchell Lane (vocals and guitars), alongside a still-teenaged and high school attending mandolinist/vocalist in Cole King,… Continue reading Raven and Red- We Rise Up review

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Caroline Cotter- Home On The River review

Caroline Cotter Home On The River CarolineCotter.com Bridging the English folk music tradition with a contemporary Americana perspective, Caroline Cotter’s album, Home On the River, is a delightful surprise. Blessed with a beautiful ‘honeyed soprano’ voice, Cotter is a world traveller finding inspiration for her songs close to home.  Backed by Danish band The Sentimentals… Continue reading Caroline Cotter- Home On The River review

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The LYNNes- Heartbreak Song for the Radio review

The LYNNes Heartbreak Song for the Radio http://www.TheLynnes.com Lynne Hanson and Lynn Miles, the two well-established Ottawa singers and songwriters who meld their names as The LYNNes, need no introduction to those familiar with the Canadian folk scene. For the rest: Lynn Miles has been a force within the Canadian music industry, recording more than… Continue reading The LYNNes- Heartbreak Song for the Radio review

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Lynn Jackson Follow That Fire review

Lynn Jackson Follow That Fire Busted Flat Records Every province, state, city, and area has them—the singer or guitar player that everyone loves and respects, but who strikes a collective shoulder-shrug outside their home range. Pay attention, then. I had never heard of Lynn Jackson before encountering the previous Songs of Rain, Snow, and Remembering… Continue reading Lynn Jackson Follow That Fire review

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