The pulsating rhythms of E.M.D. opening the 1977 DGQ album made me a fan for life.
Price sings of Iranian arms sales, gentrification, the healthcare crisis, and more that’s not your standard country fare.
John Pizzarelli is a prime contemporary interpreter of the Great American Songbook and an amazing guitarist to boot.
The Steeldrivers’ 2020 album – coming after personnel changes – was a joy to Steelheads everywhere.
A talented wordsmith, guitarist, and singer, Darrell Scott is a musician’s musician.
Bromberg plays multiple styles while singing quirky songs with a straight face and distinctive voice.
In a Holy Week overlaid with the heartache of a pandemic, lamentations through the centuries can help provide solace.
Low Lily explores the roots and branches of American folk music with traditional influences and modern inspiration.
Elise LeGrow has a wonderfully raspy voice that makes any tune she sings distinctive and unforgettable.
In time for St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy the amazing Irish guitarist, singer, and songwriter John Doyle.