It continues to be an honor to be able to take photos for Twangville every year. Although the number of shows that I’m able to attend has decreased (thanks to a 2 year old!), I still LOVE standing in front of the stage to shoot these artists that I listen to and admire so much. […]
This seems like a highly appropriate song with which to kick off the new year. Happy New Year everyone!
Once again, Willie Nile‘s fans didn’t disappoint. In a landslide, you picked World War Willie as your favorite new album of 2016. Many thanks to the Chelle Rose fans who came out in support of Blue Ridge Blood. The nominees were selected from our weekly polls from throughout the year so remember to come back […]
As always, lots of good music that came out last year. I have no doubt some really good stuff released and I never heard a song of it. Rich world problems. Here’s what I listened to and liked a lot this year. The Avett Brothers – True Sadness: I like the Avett’s mix of pop, […]
2016 was a hard year. But it was a pretty good year for the blues, with some of the highest profile blues musicians releasing fantastic albums. Below is my inexpert summary of some of the most memorable blues releases from the year to forget. 1. Steve Dawson – Solid States & Loose Ends. A relative unknown, Dawson’s […]
This has been an exceptional year for music in and around Boston. I hesitate to break these out into a separate regional list as many of these releases would figure prominently on my overall Best of 2016. That said, taken together they make a great statement on the vibrancy of the Boston music scene. The […]
As the year winds to a close, let’s all heed Butch Walker’s call and stay gold.
Another year is winding down, leading us to the moment where we look back at all our favorite releases from 2015. Without further ado, here are my choices for the best albums of the year. #10. THE ROOMSOUNDS, Elm St Dallas, TX quartet The Roomsounds hit the mark with a feel good rock record heavy […]
The video may not be great but the song certainly is. It’s hard not to be impressed when the audience turns it into an impromptu sing-along. “Persuasion” was co-written by Finn and Richard Thompson.