REVIEW: Stray Cat Lee Rocker Delivers An American Rock and Roll Love Letter With “Gather Round”

    The backstory behind Gather Round, the new solo album from Stray Cat upright bass player Lee Rocker (his first in over thirteen years) is a fascinating one. Born mostly from an introspective 6,000 mile, 6 weeks, 20 state road trip that Rocker and his wife Deborah embarked on in 2020 in their Airstream […]

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REVIEW: Jarrod Lawson Brilliantly Melds Jazz And Soul With “Be The Change”

  With Be The Change, the new album from singer-songwriter Jarrod Lawson, the artist traverses flawlessly from smooth jazz to hypnotic soul all the while delivering some of the best “message” music of the past year. This is an album that will arm you musically, lyrically, and intellectually for the spiritual and psychological fights ahead […]

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For The Love Of Music / A Q & A with Laura B. Whitmore, Founder of the Women’s International Music Network (WiMN) and the She Rocks Awards

Laura B. Whitmore is a veteran marketer of the musical instrument and audio industries, a producer, a journalist, a singer-songwriter, and the founder of the Women’s International Music Network (WiMN). Founded in 2012, the WiMN is an organization dedicated to helping women who work in all facets of the music business become more connected to […]

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INTERVIEW: Ana Cristina Cash Talks About Her Latest Album “Shine” And Her Cover Of “Mele Kalikimaka” (The Hawaiian Christmas Song)

  Ana Cristina Cash is a singer – songwriter who is based in Nashville and who is married to John Carter Cash, the only child of Johnny and June Carter Cash. Her critically acclaimed jazz infused country album Shine, which was produced by her husband, was released in April of this past year and like […]

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REVIEW: Marc Miner’s ” Smile When You’re Wasted” Is A 21st Century Outlaw Country / Alt – Country Classic

  Since its creation in the early to mid – 1970s with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and a bevy of others, outlaw country and its more recent sub genre descendant alt-country, have always been about eschewing the formulaic tendencies of country music and about telling stories and doing your music your own way. With his […]

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