Sierra Ferrell

REVIEW: Sierra Ferrell “Long Time Coming”

Sierra Ferrell – Long Time Coming Gypsy jazz, western swing, old time, and country all come together in a swirl of delight on Sierra Ferrell’s Rounder Records debut Long Time Coming out August 20. After carving a niche for her sound while “living in her van and busking on the streets of New Orleans and […]

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REVIEW: Pearl Charles’ “Magic Mirror” Has Fantastical Flare

Disco influences infuses Pearl Charles’ country with a fantastical flare on Magic Mirror. “Only for Tonight” sets the stage for an adventurous romp through Charles’ insecurities and inevitable moments of triumph with hints of ABBA’s “Dancing Queen” in instrumentation and attitude. “What I Need” follows with Charles declaring “it’s easier to live this lie than to tell the truth, […]

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REVIEW: Will Payne Harrison “The Stratford Sessions” Brings Solace to Lonely Listeners

Will Payne Harrison releases The Stratford Sessions to the world amidst a global pandemic and brings solace to lonely listeners. A tightly focused EP highlighting Harrison’s nimble guitar work and penchant for a turn of phrase built on a foundation of common themes without sounding contrived, The Stratford Sessions is easy on the ears with greater […]

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