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Caroline Ferrante Releases Beyond EP

Although Caroline’s songs oftentimes get categorized as folk music, the tracks collected for her Beyond EP encompasses so much more than that broad generalization may suggest. These songs incorporate good, old fashioned gospel sounds, as well as traditional, old school worship elements. The project begins with “River Flow,” which is a choir-ly, …

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Sarah Parker drops debut album

On the fragile but determined strength of a light lap steel melody, Sarah Parker descends into “Sugartown,” the opening track of her new critically acclaimed LP Strawberry Moon. Like most of the songs that Strawberry Moon contains, “Sugartown” features a proliferated country swing that is understated and smothered under the weight of Parker’s …

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Dave Vargo Releases “Battle Burns”

SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/djvargo/sets/pre-release Admit it, you often wonder what the sidemen supporting your favorite artists enjoy playing in their spare time. Sure, they’re enthusiastic whenever playing a star’s various hit songs, but certainly many of them have more personal dreams of making their own songs just as famous. Dave Vargo, who …

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Ashley Delima Releases New Single

YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrm2nCV_Dm4&feature=youtu.be I found this one quite enjoyable from the first hearing. Ashley Delima’s earlier single “Stay in America” deeply impressed me with her bold stand on topical matters and the personal stakes for her in that performance as the children of illegal immigrants underscored her willingness to pursue …

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Stephen Winston Releases “Unresolved”

URL: http://www.stephenwinstonmusic.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/stephenwinstonmusic/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/stephenwinston INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/stephenwinstonmusic Singer/songwriter fare can be a hit or miss proposition. The pages of music history and crates of dusty old records are chock full of shooting stars who, for one reason or another, couldn’t maintain their initial momentum or else were soon consigned …

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