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Song of the Day: 'College' by Rogue Wave
Rogue Wave continues its exploration of the indie-side of power pop with the fulsome, piano-laced "College," a song about lessons learned and lessons abandoned.
'You go up there and risk embarrassment' A pre-Twangfest interview with Todd Snider
If this generation of folk musicians has a character that purposefully seeks to be the fart in the spacesuit, a poke in the ointment or a fly in the eye, it surely has to be Todd Snider.
Song of the Day: 'East Side Queen' by Al Holliday and the East Side Rhythm Band
Backed up by the East Side Rhythm Band, young blues shouter and piano rocker Al Holliday makes a strong, big-band, old-school R&B debut with "East Side Queen."
Charting the Music: Deadstring Brothers, 'Cannery Row'
Deadstring Brothers' newest release invites listeners into the rustic slice of life of "Cannery Row."
Martin Sexton at the Duck Room
Martin Sexton serenaded a Memorial Day-weekend crowd at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room Saturday evening.
'Feeling out where you want to go with the songs' A pre-Twangfest interview with Stickley & Canan
From Irish drinking songs to Nirvana covers, Stickley & Canan explore an eclectic repertoire delivered in the American folk tradition.
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