Tag Archives: adult contemporary

Golden Dimes Let Us Inside ‘JJ’s House’

Musicians all share a certain specific DNA. It lives and breathes inside of us throughout our lives, even when the main focus can not be on creating our own music. But musical fate has a way of connecting just the right people to eventually get that music out of us. A perfect example of this

David Anderson releases Lake Placid Blue

In a smoky spoken word drawl, David Anderson sparks up “Charline Arthur,” the opening track of his brand new record Lake Placid Blue, and simultaneously opens the floodgates separating us from a venerable ocean of folk music might. On the back of a rollicking acoustic groove, he marches his lyrical attack to familiar yet archaic beat

Linda Marie Fischer Debuts Album, “Arc of Love”

Love is an interesting thing. In a sense, love can be likened to alcohol on a wound—it can sting painfully but is ultimately healing. Leo Buscaglia, who I am currently reading, wrote a series of lectures on it. I, as a graduate student/nerd, wrote a research paper about it. Whether they realize it or not,