Interview: Sarah Siskind

Sarah Siskind is on her way to Nashville from her home in the mountains of North Carolina; the phone reception is iffy through the Smokies, and the line goes silent. “Can you hear me now?” she asks. “Okay, I’ll just… Continue Reading

Interview: Rose Cousins

“If my guts had a landscape, it would be Prince Edward Island,” Rose Cousins says with a laugh of her seaside Canadian upbringing. “The further I get away from how I grew up, like thinking it wasn’t that interesting, I… Continue Reading

Interview: David Bromberg

To chat with David Bromberg, decorated multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, and master of all things stringed, is to enjoy a rich slice of American music history; over a storied solo career spanning four decades, Bromberg has collaborated with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Ringo… Continue Reading

Review: Josh Ritter at City Winery

Josh Ritter made a return to Nashville recently for a sold out show at the warm and beautifully intimate City Winery. Ritter, currently on a tour entitled “Works in Progress” with the intentions of road-testing new material, did just that.… Continue Reading

Jeffrey Foucault Embarks on Fall Tour

“It’s fascinating,” says traveling troubadour and lyrical mastermind Jeffrey Foucault, of the fact that Americana has become “a thing” over the last few years. “In the mid-90s, you rarely heard an acoustic guitar on the radio, you never heard it… Continue Reading

Show Review: BJ Barham

American Aquarium frontman BJ Barham took the City Winery stage with little fanfare recently, in support of of his critically-acclaimed and intensely personal solo debut, Rockingham, which was released in August. Immediately, Barham began singing in his raspy croon, “You… Continue Reading