Indie Showcase reviews artists Oh Susanna, Buffalo Tom, Garrison Starr, Co-Pilgrim, Rick Shea and more.
It makes sense to seek new sounds that provide the satisfaction of discovery. Here then, is a Indie Showcase sampling of new indie music.
Goldmine reports from 2017’s Montreal Jazz Festival where King Crimson, Ron Sexsmith, Tigran Hamasyan and others made the event magical.
Drummer Alan White on Yes finally getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and other ongoing activities.
Jethro Tull vocalist Ian Anderson pulls strings to connect past with present.
Once Diamond arrived front and center during a night on his milestone anniversary tour, the roll call of hits and occasional deep cuts never faltered
For over 40 years and 34 albums, John McCutcheon has championed a sound as old as the Appalachians and every bit as authentic.
The 29th Folk Alliance International Conference served its purpose, binding past and present and looking ahead to the future.
The timeless troubador, Justin Hayward, muses about days of future passed.
New album, “Leap of Faith,” gives Eagle Timothy B. Schmit a special faith that soars high.