What’s Up Wednesday 6/11

Red June w/ special guest, Hank Barbee @ Eddie’s Attic Red June is a powerful acoustic trio from Asheville, North Carolina performing beautifully distilled original American music. They are making waves with their dynamic, yet refined sound that features striking three-part harmonies, tasteful instrumental work, and honest, soulful songwriting that seamlessly blends bluegrass, old-time, country […]

Interview with John of High Strung String Band Playing at Smith’s Olde Bar on Friday, March 15th

By: Shelby Lum Some bands will take the easy way out when producing, composing, and creating music. High Strung String Band has taken specific steps to keep the integrity of folk and bluegrass music in their style, even if it means it is more difficult for them. In the traditional bluegrass fashion, the band has […]

CD Review: Sarah Tollerson, “Wherever We Go”

By: Shelby Lum Last month, singer-songwriter, Sarah Tollerson, released her second album, Wherever We Go.  The indie, folk player out of Winder, Georgia and now a Nashville resident, turned to award-winning, producer Neilson Hubbard to record her latest album. The country music capital’s influences are certainly reflected in her most recent work. The love songs […]

Live Review: Damien Jurado – The Earl

By Margaret Price “Have you heard the new Damien Jurado album?” I asked my friend on a chilly March afternoon. “Nope, I don’t think so. But I did love the crocheted poncho he wore at Pickathon. Every. Day,” she replied, and I instantly knew I needed to see this man live. Fortunately for me, I […]

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