Review: Alison Krauss – Windy City

Grammy Award winning artist Alison Krauss today released her latest album 'Windy City' produced by Buddy Cannon and it was quite a surprise to me. Her first solo album in 17 years 'Windy City' is a collection of covers portraying loss, yearning and heartache. Now if you're new to listening to Alison Krauss, this is not... Continue Reading →

Review: The Long Road EP by The British Red Cross

It seems so very fitting that The Long Road EP by The British Red Cross would open with a song by Tinariwen - whose founding member was raised in a refugee camp. The Grammy Award winning band whose name loosely translates to 'People of the desert', wrote the song 'Kek Algahalam Mas Tasossam' (Why Is... Continue Reading →

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