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Music Reviews

This is the all-encompassing section to review anything music-related.

Kyle T Hurley Promotional Photo 2017

Kyle T. Hurley Mixes Country Blues With Modern Rock

We couldn't help but think this is what H.B. Reese must have felt like when he first combined chocolate and peanut butter.

On ‘The Beat of My Heart’ Lisa Biales Gives Us Blues, Jazz, and More

'The Beat of My Heart' covers a wide array of classic jazz and blues numbers with a refreshing approach and tight production.

Celebrating Inna Baba Coulibaly’s ‘Sahel’

"...the sheer quality of the performances, the rarity of the recordings and the presence of the legendary Ali Farka Touré on guitar, make this recent release an event well worth celebrating."

Newest From Amy Black is All About ‘Memphis’

The closer Amy Black gets to "home base," the better her music becomes.
Gina Sicilia Press Photo for Tug of War

For Gina Sicilia Life is a ‘Tug of War’

'Tug of War' has grit. It has depth. It showcases the songwriting talents of Gina Sicilia in a whole new light. And, it has a place in your collection.

TBT – Joe Cocker’s Thrown Together Epiphany, ‘Mad Dogs & Englishmen’

In 1970 Cocker was given only nine days to put together a band for his upcoming tour. Up against the wall and without a band, he turned to his friend Leon Russell for help.
Steve Krase Publicity Photo on Beale Street Memphis

Steve Krase Rocks It Again – We ‘Should’ve Seen It Coming’

He likes it hard, fast, and loud. With that thought, his new release, 'Should've Seen it Coming,' delivers in spades.
Lauren Mitchell Feature Photo By Kevin Tighe

Lauren Mitchell Comes Back Swinging With ‘Desire’

Tampa Bay area songstress, Lauren Mitchell has been treading water of late. A recent loss, combined with the breakup of a band, would leave many artists on the verge of throwing in the proverbial...

TBT – Leonard Cohen Helped Us See Ourselves and Others

Most people see Leonard Cohen as a composer, a singer, a writer, a poet, an artist, and a painter. In actuality, he was all of those, but truly, he was an explorer who mapped the human condition.
Publicity photo of Patrick Recob by A. Hagerman

Patrick Recob Delivers Outstanding Debut

Even though the world, with all it's complexities, swirls around us, there's always time for a warm, tropical breeze, some splendid blues, and a cold Mai Tai.
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