Jun 15, 2012
Kaia Wilson: Pain, love infuse Wilson's music
There's nothing fancy about Kaia Wilson's new album, "Two Adult Women in Love," her fourth as a solo artist.
The Washington Post
Review: Lady Antebellum at Merriweather Post Pavilion
On emotionally raw songs like "Just A Kiss," "Love This Pain," "I Run To You" and "Need You Now," Kelley and Scott leaned in close to trade lead vocals and harmonies; the peripatetic Haywood occasionally pitched in with backup vocals, but mostly kept busy on a bevy of instruments including guitar, banjo, mandolin and piano.
All About Jazz
PERFORMANCE/TOUR: Bettye Lavette at the Cafa(C) Carlyle
After decades of struggle and semi-obscurity, the singer Bettye LaVette has brought anguish and resilience to her set at the CafA© Carlyle.
The Santa Barbara Independent
The Music Never Stops
's "Cinesonic" sidebar and the generally amped-up segment of music films, and especially pop/rock music films, at least two of the films fall under the shadow of the syndrome, offering fuller pictures of acts heretofore unexplored in a deeper way.