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Hailing from West Texas and now residing in Nashville, fiddler and songstress Amanda Shires has been building up her music resume for quite some time.

The English singer-songwriter, bass guitarist and producer Nick Lowe began his recording career in 1966 as part of the Kippington Lodge, a blues and country rock group.

It isn't often that a well known actor of the caliber and fame of Jeff Bridges successfully (commercially and critically) crosses into another medium, mainly music.

Author Preston Lauterbach, with his first book, has thoroughly and stimulatingly explored an important part of American musical history: the Chitlin' Circuit.

Pushing their way to the top of Ireland's music charts before their debut was even released, Villagers is a band that is especially known for their overwhelming determination.

Fountains of Wayne crafts catchy pop/rock songs with an edge of cynicism and snark.

Tim Robbins (yes, the Hollywood A-lister of such notable films as Shawshank Redemption and Mystic River) has a band, an album, and a record deal.

Local Philly favorite, Man Man is a quirky, multi-instrumental outfit that first started releasing studio albums in 2004.

City and Colour – the alias of Canadian indie king Dallas Green – has just released his latest, "Little Hell".

If ever there was a person who speaks through music, it would be Anna Calvi.

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