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New Orleans rockers the Revivalists brought their unique sound back to Old Rock House on Wednesday night for a full-force, nearly two-hour set; and the fairly packed house of loyal fans ate up every second.

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Recorded under the sparest of conditions -- apparently just two microphones and an open door -- Gwyneth Moreland's "Little Black Flies" finds the Northern Californian in a timeless, contemplative folk mood that lingers long after the small but lovely song is through.

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Hot Rize
"When I’m Free"
Thirty Tigers

If you’re not excited to hear that Hot Rize has a new album out, then you should be. The quartet is a defining band in the grand sweep of bluegrass, formed as a supergroup in a sense, though perhaps that only came after the fact.

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Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Baseline' by Vincent Colbert

The title to the new cut "Baseline" by Ann Arbor, Michigan songwriter Vincent Colbert describes both his theme and his pared-down but still intricately acoustic sound. "Addicted to progress and chained to sucess, we're holding our breath just to fill these shoes." Words to try to live by in these often maddeningly competitive times.

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Vermont-based singer-songwriter Jay Nash has joined forces with Nashville, Tennessee-based drummer Josh Day for a new project called the Contenders. Standout track "The Contender" has a ripe and rugged Americana sound, with a honky-tonk spirit and harmony-driven soul.

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If you're in the market for fresh music in a roots vein, here are seven new releases your ears are just begging for you to check out. There are some familiar artists, some definitely less so, touching on just about every aspect of American music -- and beyond.

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"I'm just a weird guy trying to make everybody happy," Ryan Adams proclaimed halfway through his set on Sunday night. A crowd had gathered near the front of the Peabody Opera House stage, and those trying to see the show from their seats seemed visibly (and in one case, physically) disgruntled. After some pushes and grumbles from the crowd, Adams stepped in.

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Carolina Chocolate Drops took the stage in front of a sold-out crowd at Off Broadway on Sunday evening.

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Strictly speaking, Carolina Chocolate Drops aren’t simply an Americana band. They’re a bona fide history lesson.

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Emmy Award winner Farmer Jason brought the 2014 Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market concert series to a rockin' conclusion on Saturday.

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