St. Petersburg Times
What's Todd Snider reading?
Snider, 47, known in equal parts for his silly onstage banter and his Americana-style songs like Alright Guy and Beer Run , will visit Skipper's Smokehouse on Tuesday.
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Worship the Lord with banjo and accordion
Where King David worshipped with flutes and lyres, Rend Collective uses banjos, accordions, mandolins, ukuleles, and something called a "Jingling Johnny."
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Antigone Rising ready to rock Java
Female rock/country band Antigone Rising performs at Jammin Java Saturday at 6 p.m. Antigone Rising consists of founding members, sisters Cathy Henderson and Kristen Henderson, and Dena Tauriello and Nini Camps.
Music roundup: Alt-country's Todd Snider is the king of the shaggy dog story
This guy is defending Garth Brooks? Really? Scruffy singer-songwriter Todd Snider, the droll soul with hippie tendencies who released an album titled "Agnostic Hymns and Stoner Fables" in 2012, is about the last guy in Nashville you would expect to defend slick country superstar Garth Brooks, but that is exactly what he did during a recent, ... (more)
The Citizens' Voice
Kristian Bush enjoys writing for you
When he writes a song, Kristian Bush of Sugarland hopes that there's a person out there who will find meaning in it.
Ian Anderson calls time on Jethro Tull
Ian Anderson has announced he will record and tour exclusively under his own name and that the band Jethro Tull is finished.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Hudson Valley Press
19th Annual Human Rights Awards Dinner
The Orange County Human Rights Commission held its 19th Annual Awards Dinner last Thursday at The Fountains.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Northern Lights Youth Choir to Perform at Katahdin Christian Academy
This Sunday evening, April 20, the Northern Lights Youth Choir will perform an inspiring concert at Katahadin Christian Academy in East Millinocket.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Festival builds on success of the past
Mel Dunster and Andy Hillhouse present this year's poster for the Harrison Festival of the Arts.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Framlingham's 150th a moving celebration
The celebrations were the first time many local people had visited the reserve and organisers said attendees were moved by the historical displays that told of the reserve's tragic past.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Christian Music Trailblazer Carman Launches New CD And US Tour
After a 10 year hiatus, Christian Music Trailblazer and Platinum-Selling Recording Artist Carman is set to release a new studio album, 'No Plan B,' on May 27 through his independent label Norway Avenue Records and Capital Christian Distribution.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Felice will be no stranger to Cluny: North East roots music scene
An eclectic mix of musicians make up this week's North East roots music column, Alan Nichol has the latest Simone Felice has already managed to experience most of life's various adventures and he has yet to reach middle age.
The Indianapolis Star
Retro Indy: Kurt Vonnegut
He became one of the most acclaimed novelists of the late 20th Century, but was always a Hoosier at heart.
Why Scots should vote Yes...for England's sake
Strangely, the Referendum came to mind in the iconically English setting of Burford's 12th century churchyard in the Cotswolds, where I made a discovery which triggered an interesting perspective.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
National radio of Ukraine
10-04-2014 17:14PACE calls on Russia to ensure rights of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars in Crimea
The First Channel includes information and news narrating events in Ukraine and abroad; cycle programmes on political and social-economic subjects; literary and musical programmes, programmes for children and youth Information-musical youth channel deals with the most urgent problems of young people in Ukraine, in particular it helps to get ... (more)
Joe Duffy: Stories of the 'Children of the Revolution' need to be told
President Michael D Higgins quoted French philosopher Paul Ricoeur when he stated "To be forgotten is to die twice" earlier this week.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
A Head Full of Wishes
Originals: Sally Free and Easy by Trees
OK, I know that Sally Free & Easy wasn't originally by Trees. It was written in the 1950s by English folk singer and songwriter Cyril Tawney, but I can't help but think that the Magic Hour version was more likely a cover of the track as recorded by the English folk band Trees for their brilliant 1970 album "On the Shore".
Charleston City Paper
Folkie Todd Snider collects his yarns into a new book
What the Folk Festival w/ Megan Jean and the KFB, Danielle Howle, Swamp Candy, Pierce Edens and the Dirty Work, and more Todd Snider's story begins with blowing off Jimmy Buffett.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The Ararat Advertiser
Lake Bolac Eel Festival's 10th birthday
This year's theme of 'Return to Country' was embraced across all areas of entertainment including acoustic music, an art exhibition, environmental forum, children's activities, craft and produce market, buskers stage, indigenous culture and dancing.