by Bruce Sylvester Hmm. It’s been a good year for Americana and roots music. Let’s look back on some worthy discs – some by big stars, some by barely known people. (There were so many strong albums that an article …
by Bruce Sylvester Hmm. Tis the season to be reminiscing about cool discs that came our way over the course of 2016 – some by stars, some by people who aren’t well known at all. The year began with Lucinda …
By Bruce Sylvester Last weekend’s 14th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival was, as ever, a phenomenal extravaganza of free, (mostly) American roots music – seven stages this time – in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Best moment of all? I’d …
The former Eagles guitarist, who’s actively promoting his latest solo album, carves out time in his schedule to play star-studded concert in Los Angeles benefiting Autism Speaks.
Savvy producer Don Was keeps the sonic palette of the Williams’ album “Blessed” shifting.
Three-day passes for annual Memphis event are available now through Ticketmaster
“Mission Bell,” Lee’s fourth for the Blue Note label, is due in stores Jan. 25
When asked for his 10 most essential albums, Jayhawks founder Mark Olson attempted to increase the total and include works by The Band, Nick Drake, The Clash and Joni Mitchell, among others.
Peterson’s album, scheduled for September 28, 2010 release on Dreyfus Records, was made in the Catskills with master Woodstock musicians
Carrie Rodriguez is out on the road to support her new album, She Ain’t Me.