Music legends are dying at an unfair, unrelenting pace. Today’s artists are failing to live up to the heroes of yesteryear. With that in mind, Louis York, the Nashville tandem of Chuck Harmony and Claude Kelly, took some time in the studio to release their full-length debut American Griots with the goal of making the […]

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or have been in a coma since 1998, it’s been impossible to have missed the digital revolution in the music industry. Discovering and listening to new music is easier than ever before, but with this accessibility comes new challenges for the artists themselves. With the continued rise of […]

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OneRepublic frontman and songwriter Ryan Tedder has consciously followed the band’s mega-hit record with a new sounding record that is more true to their self-perception as a band but may very well be everything that album’s standout hit “Apologize” is not. That, as Al Franken may have said as Stuart Smalley, is “O-K.” Tedder’s a […]

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With sincere apologies to Simon & Garfunkel and to a far lesser degree Cagney & Lacey, Daryl Hall & John Oates are the biggest duo of all time. The legendary musicians have a staggering arsenal of hits – from “Maneater” to “Private Eyes,” and have survived the 1980s virtually unscathed with the exception an occasional […]

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