Review: Molly Tuttle – Rise

Bluegrass generations seem to fly by as rapidly as grandchildren grow up. Bill Monroe was still anchoring the stage with some future of his own to go when Futureman was firing up his percussive space machine behind Bela Fleck. Gillian … Read More

Review: The Lonesome Trio

The Lonesome Trio CD, released this summer on Sugar Hill Records, is a pleasantly unassuming collection of twelve songs written and played by three old classmates from Oberlin College—bassist Ian Riggs, mandolinist Jacob Tilove and guitar/banjo player Ed Helms. The … Read More

Review: Abby Hollander Band

Abby Hollander grew up in a musical family in a musical town—Woodstock, NY—and after a few years bouncing around the world, she’s back in state, down state, in the hoppin’ metropolis of Brooklyn. Both a singer/guitarist and a songwriter, Hollander … Read More