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Singer-Songwriter Caitlin Rose’s First Musical Love Certainly Wasn’t Country
Grimey’s Records Top Five Best New Nashville Bands
Gillian Welch and David Rawlings Personal Take on Nashville
World Cafe Sense Of Place Visit To Nashville Kicks Off With The Indie-Pop of Leagues
A Singer With A Gorgeous High Voice? An Album Recorded In A Cabin? But Night Beds Are Not Bon Iver!
Kail Baxley Danced For James Brown, Boxed as an Amateur, and Found The Truth About His Father at His Funeral
Guitar God Richard Thompson Plays Electric Acoustic
Calexico Adds New Orleans Influence to the Mix on New Album Algiers, released September, 2012.
From his 1970s breakthrough as a founding member of the Mahavishnu Orchestra to his influential role as a leading drummer in the style of jazz and jazz-fusion, Billy Cobham remains a powerful musical explorer.
One of the first popular female rockabilly singers, Wanda Jackson served as a pioneering rock and roll artist in the 1950s and 1960s. Known by many as the Queen of Rockabilly, Jackson is credited with being the first woman to record a rock and roll song – “Let’s Have a Party” in 1958.

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