You may remember Tony Lucca from our Across the Table a few months back. Last night, I was able to see him in a whole new light and in what was clearly his element, center stage at 3rd and Lindsley. Sponsored by Arcivr, the show revolved around the ten year anniversary of Tony’s 2006 album, Canyon Songs and […]Read more "Tony Lucca: ‘Canyon Songs’ Live for 10 Year Album Anniversary"
The Bluebird Cafe truly is a magical space to experience music. I realized this on Saturday night when I attended a show there for the first time. I have to admit, it felt pretty surreal being able to say “we’re on the list” at the door of such an iconic venue, but from the moment you walk […]Read more "A Night at the Bluebird with Granville Automatic"
Tim McNary knew it was time to turn towards music when he was working as a personal banker after college and realized doing loans and opening checking accounts wasn’t for him. After hearing his story, I think you’ll be obliged to agree. McNary’s music reflects his thirst for adventure and appreciation for the world around […]Read more "Tim McNary on the Moment Everything Was New"
I just stumbled across one of my favorite interviews of all time that I did with the one & only Martina McBride for The Charger Bulletin. I had never shared it on here before, because the review directly correlated with a Connecticut show that Martina was doing in September of last year. That being said, […]Read more "Martina McBride: Bringing Old Soul to New Country"
There are no words to explain the musical experience we had last week at The Basement East in Nashville, TN. I would have posted about it sooner, but I was too busy spreading the word about the overwhelmingly talented show I witnessed. Really making her debut at the 2015 SXSW ASCAP showcase, Andra Day is soul, […]Read more "A Night with Andra Day"