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Songs Of The Roaring ‘60s

Old hippie musicians never die, they just recompose. Darol Anger will be well-known to some. As a founding member of the Dave Grisman Quintet, Anger has made his mark on a particular genre of music. He may be somewhat less well-known to the ...

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Debuting in 2015 with Dark West, San Diego based Dani Bell is set to release her second recording, the LP Wide Eyed, on January 18th. Dark West was a strong debut, but many strong debuts give way to a less than stellar follow-up. more

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An aspiring bush pilot once told this writer a sinister joke she heard among her colleagues: if forced to make a nighttime emergency landing and, while looking for a suitable landing area, you don’t like what you see, then what should you do? more

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Hyperbole has its place. By definition it is an exaggeration made to express emphasis, not to be taken literally. The overuse (or misuse) of hyperbole, particularly in this day and age, has had the unfortunate side effect of undercutting the ... more

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It has been my pleasure to write about more genres of music than most people are aware exist. Granted, I haven’t done a piece on Bulgarian choral music (although I do have a copy of Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares which I HIGHLY recommend) but ... more

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Chattanooga’s cultural renaissance is a remarkable thing, at least I tend to remark upon it regularly. It might not be so recognizable or remarkable to younger generations of artists, musicians, and other performers who have no context for where ... more

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