Jonah Tolchin: Fires for the Cold

Posted on Aug 28, 2019 in Reviews
Jonah Tolchin: Fires for the Cold

Watching talented young musicians get off to a great start then continue to grow into the truest versions of themselves is a wonderful thing. Some emerge fairly fully formed, while others need a bit more time and space, as they roam through various genres and try on various styles. When Clover Lane came out in […]

Shawn Colvin: Steady On (acoustic)

Posted on Aug 21, 2019 in Reviews
Shawn Colvin: Steady On (acoustic)

Even amidst so many albums that we love, there are a few in each person’s life that save us, soothe us, heal us, and hold us again and again for decades. Their timelessness is found mainly in the songwriting with a story-telling so deep and true that not even years can diminish the potency. Now […]

Ana Egge: Is It the Kiss

Posted on Aug 15, 2019 in Reviews
Ana Egge: Is It the Kiss

Great songs — honest songs — don’t only give us a lens through which we can see their writers; they give us a look inside ourselves. They connect us to our own hearts, as well as each others’, across time, space, and every other barrier imaginable. They teach us and reach us, heal us and […]