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The American Scholar
Many years ago I was sitting with a jazz musician in an auditorium when a song by Norah Jones came on the loudspeaker.
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Jazz-pop vocals? Balalike it
For those who don't think that Russian music ends with the last chord of balalaika we would like to present our audio-podcast devoted to the contemporary Russian music.
Wainwright duo's tribute to mother at Brunswick Music Festival
Rufus and Martha Wainwright's all-star requiem for their late mother, the great songwriter Kate McGarrigle, will screen at Howler on March 12 as part of this year's Brunswick Music Festival.
Iron Horse Music Hall in Northampton celebrates 35 years
Imagine seeing one of your favorite bigger acts-Beck, Smashing Pumpkins, Norah Jones, or maybe Wynton Marsalis-perform in an intimate room that holds fewer than 200 people.
REVIEW: Robert Ellis Reels from Love, Self-Deception and Loneliness...
Robert Ellis' slept-on 2011 album Photographs was an excellent bifurcation of folk and genre styles.
Review: Broken Bells ***
The dream team pairing of James Mercer of The Shins, a master of bittersweet song writing classicism, and Brian "Danger Mouse" Burton was always an enticing one.