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What’s In The CloudAA Bondy Alexander Alexi Murdoch Amos Lee Amy Correia Ani DiFranco April Smith and the Great Picture Show Ben Sollee Black Dub Bob Dylan Cake Clare and The Reasons Coconut and The Duke David Wax Museum Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros Ethan Lipton & His Orchestra First Aid Kit Frazey Ford Greg Brown Guillemots Jazz Week 2010 Josh Ritter Kathleen Edwards Lewis & Clarke Lord Huron Los Lobos Medeski Megafaun Mumford and Sons Philly Folk Fest Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs Rebekah Higgs Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside Sarah Blasko Sarah Jaffe The Felice Brothers The Gentle Guest The Giving Tree Band The Heavy The Low Anthem The Tallest Man On Earth The Two Man Gentlemen Band The Waifs Those Darlins Work Drugs
Category Archives: Concert Review
(I stayed up too late writing this and there are probably some editorial errors, so please forgive me…) Towards the end of the concert, Josh Ritter said “You’re really lucky if you know what you love.” He was talking about … Continue reading
Peter Mulvey aspires to be a working class intellectual, or at least look like one. Antje Duvekot aspires to be religious, or at least write songs about the subject. Both artists played at Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem, PA Saturday, October … Continue reading
Grace and her Nocturnals are terminal tour-ers. Their non-stop schedule brought them to Reading, PA last Friday the 13th. A free shoe at the city’s band shell. Which happens to be a great venue for live music. The band must … Continue reading
Back in April, Coconut Joe and I went to see Medeski Martin & Wood at the McCarter Theater. The show was uploaded to btree. I downloaded the torrent and converted to mp3. Here it is available to you, my dedicated … Continue reading