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Anjani Thomas along with the renowned Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, have compiled a listening experience that will surely appeal to fans of Norah Jones or Di…
Eliot Morris takes folk-jazz and pop to a level of flight and inspiration that is acoustically comely with adornments of blues, folk, rock, and country in a tranquil gra…
Happiness is an emotion that doesn’t need questions. Life answers this for us, and the simple pleasures answer this for us; or rather there is no question.... no answer.…
Perhaps not quite as exasperating or lucrative as finding an original Picasso in your attic, nonetheless; surprises in various shapes, forms or flavors can be a good thi…
Guitarist/singer/composer Chuck Perrin’s latest self-released recorded project, 44 Minutes of Love - a reference to the length of the CD, finds the quasi-folk sin…
The Shawangunk is a lovely mountain in New York, where the crystal clear streams sparkle in the sunlight and cobalt skies are endless. You can stand at the edge o…
Shortly before Hurricane Katrina swept through New Orleans, Mary Flower traveled to the city to work with some of the area’s top musicians. The result is Bywater Dan…
Gateway is the second major release by the Kevin Dorsey Collective, a central New York based jazz group that's making waves and maybe an impression or two on th…
If ever there was a push-n-play worthy of a candlelit soul searching sunset with a glass of wine and memories set to moods, "Some Lessons" is that signature spin. Coated…
Banjo player extraordinaire Alison Brown’s latest album, Stolen Moments, is a fine recording, full of great songs and displaying some masterfully executed …