With such a memorable album, it is jaw dropping that this is only Lindsay Jordan’s beginning.
Toledo’s curious lyrics are rambling, witty, searing, and flawless at describing the life and heart of a teenager, but also anyone who experiences passionate love and its profound residual effects.
Anna Burch’s Tea-Soaked Letter is a stellar example of her 90’s nostalgic vocals and rooted song writing
Losing love can be so very hard to navigate, but sometimes a beautiful song provides a path for measured healing.
Orange Flower is a gateway song exploring an artist that weaves old fashioned country blues with a modern indie, toe tapping southern rock and roll.
What begins as a simple guitar strum, moves to a conversational confession, and then shifts to a chorus of woos and powerful lyrics.
French Press moves musically through a casual ease of toe tapping tension and then contrasts into a blast of guitars and drum beats, amid emphasizing cymbal crashes.
Today I am a little off and am sharing my fave music submissions from last week. Will share my mood and song soon.
Welcome your ears to this lovely new song which is hypnotic, vocally compelling, and poetically expressive.
Mother’s Day had me thinking about the unique friendship between a Mom and their child. The idea of getting to know the Mom of a dear friend that you love, may be a life changing, eye opening event.