“Take one pint of water, add a half pound of sugar, the juice of eight lemons, the zest of half a lemon. Pour the water from one jug then into the other several times. Strain through a clean napkin,” Beyonce says in the last phase (Redemption) of her twelve part visual, which aired on HBO […]Read more "The Recipe for LEMONADE"
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen are putting their own spin on Bluegrass music and having fun doing it! Last month they performed at Station Inn here in Nashville as a part of their 2016 album release tour. Appropriately named, this album contains collaborations with Frank’s family (mother, father and cousins), as well as many of […]Read more "Frank Solivan’s ‘Family, Friends & Heroes’ Album Review"
If you’re no stranger to my site, you probably remember an interview I featured with Tim McNary about a month ago. In the interview piece, we talked about his new album Above the Trees, which officially releases tomorrow. Tim began songwriting during his time in South America, experiencing a “re-birth in many ways.” With tomorrow […]Read more "Tim McNary’s ‘Above the Trees’ Album Review"
Growing up, Tony Lucca wasn’t the child that used music as an escape or dreamed of being a rockstar to land the hearts of girls in his math class. He was raised in Detroit, surrounded by a family of musicians and had his first paid gig was with his cousin, Cole Garlak, when they were […]Read more "Across the Table with Tony Lucca"
This truly is a career changing album for Mark – better known as Witt Lowry. Just when his audience didn’t think it could get much deeper than Kindest Regards, this happens. A real exemplification of a concept album, the tracks on Dreaming with Our Eyes Open take the listener on a poetic journey through the highs and lows […]Read more "Witt Lowry’s “Dreaming with Our Eyes Open”"
It’s about time we were introduced to an artist with the lyrical ability and uncanny melodic resemblance of Elton John. The similarity between Matt Gold, Bloomington, Indiana born, singer-songwriter, and staple musicians such as Elton John and Billy Joel is incomprehensible. Gold melds poetic verses with simplistic piano-based instrumentals, bringing forth a certain emotion with […]Read more "Matt Gold’s Truth on Tape"