CD Review: Tim O’Brien Band

Between the iconic bluegrass band Hot Rize and his solo or duo releases, Tim O’Brien has more than 30 albums to his credit. It’s an astounding career encompassing bluegrass, Irish music, rockabilly, country, Western swing, and the complete mastery of … Read More

CD Review: The Cleverlys – Blue

The dictionary (well online anyways) defines the word “crossroads” as: “an intersection of two or more routes”. The Clevery BLUE intersection, doesn’t have a blinking light, a YIELD or even a MERGE sign. It’s a mostly bluegrass right of way … Read More

Review: City on a Hill – Mile 12

City on a Hill, Mile 12’s new album, is a showcase for their impressive talents and, more importantly, an expression of their remarkable cohesiveness; this is a band that is so comfortable working together that they respond to one another … Read More

CD Review: David Benedict – The Golden Angle

This beautiful instrumental album presents eleven original tunes from rising mandolin star David Benedict. A sublime listen, The Golden Angle manages to be inventive and original while holding a delicate balance with traditional instrumental bluegrass. “Lawnmower” Featuring legendary Nashville pickers … Read More

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