Amy Ray: Holler

Posted on Sep 21, 2018 in Reviews
Amy Ray: Holler

Most artists, who are part of bands, make a clean break before striking out on their own to explore other musical terrains. They might reunite every now and again for a good reason or a good cause, but that’s about it. It’s rare to find someone working within their band while pursuing solo projects on […]

Kathy Mattea: Pretty Bird

Posted on Sep 14, 2018 in Reviews
Kathy Mattea: Pretty Bird

To be a singer — who isn’t a singer/songwriter — is, it would seem, to be a bit of an actor. After all, a song is comprised of characters living out a story, with the help of a musical interpreter stepping in and bringing it all to life. It’s a job that requires not only […]

10 String Symphony: Generation Frustration

Posted on Aug 31, 2018 in Reviews
10 String Symphony: Generation Frustration

Millennial memes are a dime a dozen these days. If the rumors are true, they have traded homeownership for avocado toast, courtship for hook-ups, bongs for vapes, and low rises for high waists. How much can we really expect from the generation that has killed mayonnaise, in the end? A lot, actually. Because all that […]