Tag Archives: Americana

“Art Is A Holy Pursuit” T Bone Burnett and The Value of Music

Ah, T Bone Burnett! He’s considered the godfather of the Americana movement. He’s the guy who made traditional music from folks like Maybelle Carter and The Carter Family cool in the 21st century. He’s exposed the healthy roots of American … Continue reading

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Ray Wylie Hubbard Reflected in Our Rearview Mirror

Photo Credit: Todd Wolfson Having been to about a gazillion concerts in my life, it’s pretty hard to impress me with something awe-inspiring.  I’ve seen Dylan, Stevie Ray, and Jerry Jeff. And now, I’ve seen Ray Wylie. He was in … Continue reading

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Renee Wahl’s Countdown to the End of the Year

Countdown to the end of the year with some high-quality music! Americana singer-songwriter Renée Wahl will close out the year with three special live shows. No need to make travel plans, you can catch her from the comfort of your … Continue reading

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Renee Wahl in Final Round of Unsigned Only International Song Contest

Americana singer-songwriter Renée Wahl fought her way past about 90% of 7500 entrants from 80 countries to reach the semi-final of the Unsigned Only international song contest. Her entry in the AAA group, ‘Keeping You for Mine,’ is a dark tale of twisted … Continue reading

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Win a Bad Axe from Grammy Winning Guitarist, Eric Tingstad

Since the beginning of my career, I’ve been very fortunate to work with legendary guitarists from different genres of this incredibly wide  music business.  For several years, I’ve had a blast working with Grammy award-winning fingerstyle guitarist, Eric Tingstad, who’s … Continue reading

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A Tip of The Tiara to Influential Women In Music 2012

With every new year comes the perennial variety of lists. The Best Of, The Worst Of, The Top Ten Predictions, Top 100 [insert your fave subject here]  in Review. And so it goes. At least until the Grammy Awards are announced, … Continue reading

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