Faye Webster creates an immaculate, deeply personal album with sonic hypnotic charm.
The Doobie Brothers were an iconic sound in the late 70’s early 80’s. 40 million albums sold over their storied career. Listen….
After a brief absence from the blog, I am glad to return with a sparkly new song from Swimming Tapes, Keep Her Closer
New music is proficient at this time of the year, but some of the newest songs lean on so many of the amazing treasures of the past.
Izzy Heltai sings a haunting tune worthy of a thoughtful listen. “Marching Song” comes off of his latest EP, Only Yesterday
Seeking joy in the midst of trials and tribulations with healing music by Collapsing Stars
Bubble letters and the 70’s go hand in hand, but the band, Yes, created music that is historically important and impressive.
Spring brings lots of new music from Tame Impala, Kevin Morby, Andrew Bird, Karen O, Charlotte Cornfield, Daniel Norgren, Cat Clyde, Slowness, and Le Boom Listen…
“How Does It Feel?” the existential question of the 60’s Listen to Bob Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone”
Savannah Stopover Saturday . The Joy Formidable and 11 other stellar bands gave us a closing night to remember.#happystopover
The Joy Formidable,Skylar Gudasz, Savannah Conley, Tallies, Living Hour, Surfer Blood, Deeper, Pylon Reenactment Society, Bad Bad Hats, The Beths, and Mike Krol