Ten years ago producer Mark Hallman sent a new singer-songwriter duo out of his Congress House studio in Austin with a finished EP, their first recording. A decade on Hilary Kaufmann and Robert Watts as their nom de plume, These Fine Moments, have another record, this time full length and also produced by Hallman. In […]
Mark Bryan talks about covering the Scorpions in high school and converting his den into a home recording studio / rehearsal space.
Matt Lorenz, aka The Suitcase Junket, is a musical force. It’s more than just the racket that he can make, it’s the glorious songs that he creates. “When The Battle Is Won” is from The End Is New, his latest release.
You picked Lucero – When You Found Me as your favorite new release for the week of January 29, 2020. New Releases Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments. Readers’ Tops Winter & Spring 2021 Steve Earle & The […]
I caught Selwyn Birchwood’s act a few years ago at the Philly Folk Festival (remember when we could go to festivals?), and I was immediately won over by the barefoot bluesman. Already an award winning guitarist, Living in a Burning House cements his credentials as one of the leading younger lights in the blues world. […]
Elizabeth Ziman of Elizabeth and the Catapult recalls her first song composition and talks about touring in other people’s buses and vans.
A.J. Croce talks about playing bat mitzvahs and piano bars and shares a favorite band rehearsal story.
The legendary Texas Tornados – Doug Sahm, Freddy Fender, Flaco Jiménez, and Augie Meyers – help us kick off the week with their version of ? and the Mysterians’ garage rock classic “96 Tears”.
You picked Anna Elizabeth Laube – Annamania as your favorite new release for the week of January 22, 2020. New Releases Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments. Readers’ Tops Winter & Spring 2021 Steve Earle & The Dukes […]
I have a friend who likes to say that people need to get repotted every now and then. They get root-bound and need a new container to explore, and some new scenery. I’ve found that to be mostly true. Beth Lee seems to have also found benefit in that. After spending her early career as […]