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John-Robert Longs For Home On New Song, “Healthy Baby Boy”

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John-Robert has very few regrets about moving to Los Angeles. He traded Virginia’s “southern hospitality, the changing of seasons, and easy access...

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How do you sit with guitar in hand and not want to play the Spark amp all day? Seriously, Positive Grid’s new amp,...

Gear Review: PreSonus Eris HD10BT Headphones

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Recording engineers, home studio owners and performing musicians know the PreSonus name from their line of mixing boards, studio and live sound speakers, microphones,...

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John-Robert Longs For Home On New Song, “Healthy Baby Boy”

John-Robert has very few regrets about moving to Los Angeles. He traded Virginia’s “southern hospitality, the changing of seasons, and easy access to nature” (things he misses most about his home state) for bright lights and potential...

Americana’s Veteran Eccentric Jim White Delivers His Most Accessible Set With ‘Misfit’s Jubilee’

Jim White | Misfit’s Jubilee | (Fluff & Gravy Records)3 1/2 out of 5 stars Somewhere in most descriptions of singer/songwriter Jim White is the adjective “quirky.” And through eight previous albums starting with 1997’s Wrong-Eyed...

East of June Got Personal in Latest Single

Dating apps are generally used to find a romantic connection with someone, but for Emily and Kyle in East of June, a swipe turned into a musical connection. Through the dating app, Kyle came...

Jeffrey Steele’s Sons Of The Palomino Didn’t Craft ‘Blue 30’ With a Hit Song in Mind

Everything started clicking for The Sons Of The Palomino when Jeffrey Steele came across a couple of old songs he had written. “My publisher said, ‘man, these things are hit songs, if this was 10 years ago....

Three Years of Adversity Provides Album Fodder for Bodies of Water

“Every Little Bird,” the first single from Bodies of Water’s new album Is This What It’s Like, had a very auspicious start. “While the band was working on this one, Meredith had morning sickness real bad,” recalls David Metcalf, her husband...

Leila Delivers an Emotional Get Out the Vote Message in “Go On Young Soul”

Tomorrow, Los Angeles singer-songwriter and self-described “romantic indie soul” artist Leila will release her debut album, Glass Highways, but first, she wants to make sure you’ve made a plan to vote.  Leila’s new single...

A Conversation with Peter Guralnick About His Latest Book, ‘Looking To Get Lost’

Though Peter Guralnick is one of our most acclaimed music historians, with landmark biographies of Elvis Presley, Sam Phillips and Sam Cooke, he is, as he will tell you, a fan first. And that's what sets his writing apart. His...

Skip Ewing Embarks on an Exploration of Love and Devotion on “Wyoming”

As the world continues to seemingly implode around him, singer/songwriter Skip Ewing finds himself discovering a brand new sense of peace. The late ‘80s hit maker who hit big with songs such as “Your Memory Wins Again”...

Emerging Artist, Wolf Mason Introduces New Single, “Soft Lips”

For someone whose entire music career has basically been in quarantine, Wolf Mason has found a way to take advantage of the situation and build a good foundation for himself. “We’ve been really advantageous about...

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