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Friday, 14 December 2012 15:42

Derek Hoke 12/14/12

The best lullabies comfort with a mix of familiarity and sweet melodies.

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Playing the early show at Off Broadway on Saturday, Ellis Paul took the stage promptly at 7 p.m. and didn't seem to take a breath the rest of the night.

Published in Music News
Saturday, 08 December 2012 19:36

Ellis Paul 12/8/12

Folk singer-songwriter Ellis Paul is a keen observer of the world around him, drawing a wealth of captivating songs from the people he's known and the places he's been.

Published in Live Performances
Thursday, 06 December 2012 20:48

Steve Forbert 12/6/12

Steve Forbert's smartly-penned songs have a way of landing just right upon a listener's ears, settling in among all of the other mental cargo and becoming firmly rooted in the brain.

Published in Live Performances

As of 8 p.m. last night at Off Broadway there were only a few bodies scattered in the chairs as Joe Kile drifted to the stage. It was a quiet night and Kile's stories echoed just above the click of boot heels and the occasional whisper from the crowd.

Published in Music News
Sunday, 18 November 2012 15:54

John Batdorf 11/18/12

Gentle and poignant, coffee house vet John Batdorf continues to strum out his particular brand of folky soft rock with mystique and passion.

Published in Live Performances

Sarah Jaffe played at the Old Rock House Tuesday night, opening for State Radio. It was a very mellow start to the evening, which quickly changed as soon as State Radio took the stage.

Published in Music News

Aimee Mann captivated the seated listeners at the Pageant with her self-described mid-tempo rock, sharply written lyrics and candid on-stage banter.

Published in Music News
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 15:21

Sarah Jaffe 11/13/12

Few artists can put you in that place where time stands still and you know you're in love, but not sure with who or what. Sarah Jaffe is that place.

Published in Live Performances

October 27 and 28, 2012 on the eve of Superstorm Sandy and in the shadow of the construction at Ground Zero in Manhattan, Joe Pug took the stage at Pace University to thank the man who created his job -- Woody Guthrie.

Published in Music News
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