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"
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"
Photography: Kyle Woodworth When two things come together and create a spark, eventually a fire starts. Striking Matches realized that from the beginning of their formation as a duo. “We wanted to mimic what we were doing live,” Sarah explained about the process behind choosing a name for themselves. “It was more of a description of what […]Read more "Across the Table with Striking Matches"
Full of moxie and empathy, sitting down with Alicia Michilli was like taking a breath of fresh air from the smog of popular music today. This is a girl with class and style who lives in the footprints of the greats before her that initiated her love for music. “I live by the classic motto […]Read more "Across the Table with Alicia Michilli"
Mac Wiseman is an American Treasure, Bluegrass pioneer, and Country Music Hall of Famer, who is now releasing an album that is transcending in the way of folk music. “Songs From My Mother’s Hand” is very telling for Wiseman, and exactly what the title suggests. While he was growing up, his mother kept several composition books in […]Read more "Mac Wiseman; Recording History"