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Beckoning steel guitars and a sharp-dressed Robert Earl Keen -- with humorous stories and warm, Texas-sized grin in tow -- turned a sold-out Off Broadway into a late-winter, backyard barbecue on Tuesday night.

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Amos Lee is a hard man to put a label on. Right down to his name (it's a stage name), his genre -- an eclectic mix of rock, R&B, country and folk -- and his songs -- equal parts funky and soulful, serious and playful.

Published in Reviews
Tuesday, 04 March 2014 12:00

Noah Gundersen 3/4/14

Seattle native Noah Gundersen is slowly, but surely, capturing the hearts of his listeners by wearing his own on his sleeve in his uninhibited songwriting.

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Brush up on your German and warm up to the graceful country folk of Desiree Klaeukens on the banjo and fiddle-laced track "Warm In Meinem Herz" ("Warm in My Heart").

Published in Music News

Tony Trischka
"Great Big World"
Rounder

I wanted to love this album, and I'm having a hard time with it even now, because saying something negative about a new album from Tony Trischka is akin to sacrilege.

Published in Reviews
Friday, 28 February 2014 10:21

Song of the Day: 'Beasts' by the River Monks

Des Moines, Iowa band the River Monks take folk foundations -- banjo, guitar and close harmonies -- and then build and build from there, creating a mysterious, almost psychedelic sound on the new track "Beasts."

Published in Music News

From the Bronx to New Orleans, Hurray for the Riff Raff proves that finding a place to call home is most important in "Small Town Heroes."

Published in Music News

With any Shovels and Rope show, it's not just about two skilled performers throwing genre rules in the trash with a multi-instrumental onslaught that defies logic. Two people shouldn't be able to make that much robust, fevered noise without backup, but they do.

Published in Reviews
Tuesday, 25 February 2014 13:00

Hurray for the Riff Raff 2/25/14

In American tradition, songs and drinks are often mixed the same: one part heavy, one part syrup, and a bitter dash to make it burn. Hurray for the Riff Raff know the blend well.

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