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Kassi Valazza Shares 'Corners' Single From New Album 'Kassi Valazza Knows Nothing'
by Michael Major - Feb 28, 2023

Portland, Oregon-based artist Kassi Valazza recently announced her sophomore full-length, Kassi Valazza Knows Nothing, which is set to release on May 26 via Fluff & Gravy Records (Margo Cilker, Anna Tivel) in North America and Loose Music (Andrew Combs, Courtney Marie Andrews) in the UK. Pre-orders are available now.

Julia Bullock to Release First Solo Recording in December
by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2022

The album features Samuel Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915 and the aria “Memorial de Tlatelolco” from John Adams’s El Niño – featuring London’s Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor Christian Reif. With Reif as pianist, Bullock performs “City Called Heaven” and songs by Oscar Brown, Jr., Billy Taylor, Sandy Denny, and Connie Converse.

BWW Review: Joanna Gleason Makes and Preserves History By Sharing Family History In OUT OF THE ECLIPSE at 54 Below
by Stephen Mosher - May 31, 2022

Joanna Gleason returns to 54 Below with her musical memoir OUT OF THE ECLIPSE, one of the best shows one could hope to see on any stage, nightclub or otherwise.

Mary Fahl, Formerly Of October Project, Will Perform at THE LOFT@CityWinery in July
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2021

Mary Fahl is an expressive, emotional singer/songwriter who first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s NYC- based Folk-Chamber Pop group October Project.  The hallmark of their sound was Mary Fahl's awe-inspiring power vocals over gorgeous melodies played with passion and sophistication. 

Mary Fahl Will Perform Live at Sellersville Theater in June
by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2021

Mary Fahl (formerly of October Project) will perform at the Sellersville Theater on June 8.

Will Stratton Shares New Track 'When I've Been Born (I'll Love You)'
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 30, 2021

With his new album The Changing Wilderness due for release on May 7th via Bella Union, and having previously shared lead track 'Tokens', today Will Stratton has shared new single 'When I've Been Born (I'll Love You)' and its accompanying visualizer. Watch and listen HERE.

Will Stratton Announces New Album THE CHANGING WILDERNESS, and Shares Track 'Tokens'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 23, 2021

Today, Bella Union has announced the return of Will Stratton, whose new album The Changing Wilderness will be released on May 7th, 2021. Today Stratton has also shared first track titled 'Tokens' and its accompanying lyric video.

Louise Quinn & GATES OF LIGHT Announce New LP
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 9, 2021

Today, Louise Quinn and GATES OF LIGHT share 'Walk On,' the lead single off their upcoming LP. Gates Of Light is out March 26th on Shimmy-Disc. Brooklyn Vegan premiered the track, praising it as a '60sish pop number that sounds a little like a more folky Lulu.'

Jeannette Byrne Releases New Album WOMEN OF THE ONE WORLD
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 31, 2020

Irish music artist Jeannette Byrne has released her fourth album 'Women Of The One World'. Women Of The One World is a concept album that hosts a collection of covers from influential female artists of the 1960s and 1970s, many of whom continue their great work today. With songs from Buffy Sainte Marie, Joan Baez, Sandy Denny, Judy Collins and Laura Nyro, Jeannette Byrne draws inspiration from women who put themselves at the forefront of progressive movements. An established performer of the French chanson on sold-out stages across Europe, Jeannette has also performed widely across Irish national television and radio. In 1998, Jeannette Byrne's first EP 'Une Femme' was voted one of the top 5 records of the year by The Irish Times. 1999 saw the release of Jeannette's critically acclaimed first studio album 'Elegy' followed by her 2005 album 'Cafe Diva'.

by Brady Schwind - Sep 29, 2019

Justin Vivian Bond pays tribute at Joe's Pub

Tickets To 2019/20 Afterglow @ OBERON Series Now On Sale
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 9, 2019

American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, under the leadership of Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus and Executive Producer Diane Borger, and the Afterglow Festival, under the artistic direction of Quinn Cox, are pleased to announce that tickets are now available for all events in the 2019/20 Afterglow @ OBERON series, which begins October 3 and 4 with The Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret.

Everything But The Girl Announces 25th Anniversary Vinyl Release of 'Amplified Heart'
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 16, 2019

Today, Everything But The Girl announced their million-selling critically acclaimed seventh studio album Amplified Heart will appear for the first time on vinyl on July 5 as a special 25th Anniversary Edition mastered at half-speed for optimum audio fidelity at London's Abbey Road Studios. The LP is now available for pre-order.

Strawbs Announce 50th Anniversary Celebration in Lakewood
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 7, 2019

In celebration of their 50th anniversary, UK music legends Strawbs, plus a host of guest performers, former Strawbs, and Strawbs-related artists, will be performing at the Strand Theater in Lakewood, NJ on April 26-28, 2019!

Linda Thompson Celebrates Music of English Music Hall with 'My Mother Doesn't Know I'm On the Stage'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 25, 2018

Linda Thompson's career began in the much beloved late '60s/early '70s British folk-rock scene, when she went by the name Linda Peters. At first, she was mostly a session singer and a part of a short-lived duo with Paul McNeill with whom she released two singles, in 1968 and 1969. McNeill happened to be friends with Sandy Denny, and soon so was Linda. She became one of the “supergroup” of musician friends related to Fairport Convention for the 1972 The Bunch album, a side project of sorts that highlighted rock hits of the '50s. The album's single featured Linda and Sandy covering the Everly Brothers' “When Will I Be Loved.” Also in 1972 Linda married Richard Thompson; she and Sandy can be found in the credits for his solo debut, Henry the Human Fly. Beginning in 1974, albums started appearing by Richard & Linda Thompson, winding up with 1982's classic Shoot Out the Lights — which also signaled the end of their marriage.

Jessie Kilguss to Hold Record Release Show at Rockwood Music Hall
by Stephi Wild - Jun 18, 2018

After four widely heralded self-released albums, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Jessie Kilguss is clearly on the verge of gaining the wider recognition she so decidedly deserves. Her mood-affecting melodies reflect an artist who consistently proves herself remarkably adept at expressing a wide array of interests and emotions that stir the senses through both her vocals and in her verse.

NUBLU MUSIC OF NOW, OUR BIG F*CKING SHOW and More Coming Up This Winter at The Wild Project
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2017

The Wild Project has just announced its current and upcoming projects for December and January. Scroll down for details!

British Folk Rockers Fairport Convention's 50th Anniversary Celebrated With Lavish 7CD Box Set
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 29, 2017

Seminal British folk rock band Fairport Convention's 50 th anniversary will be celebrated on July 28 with two exciting releases via A&M/UMe a lavish 7CD box set chronicling their extraordinary first decade entitled, Come All Ye The First Ten Years, and a 180-gram vinyl reissue of their influential classic album, Liege & Lief. Both releases are available for pre-order now.

BWW Review: MATTHEW LYKOS - SINGER IN A GREAT SHIRT Filled The Goodwood Institute Theatre
by Barry Lenny - Jun 29, 2016

Lycos displayed a relaxed and easy stage presence.

BWW Reviews: REBEKAH LOWIN Displays Her Talented New Voice In Uneven Eva Cassidy Tribute at Metropolitan Room
by Alix Cohen - Jul 10, 2015

Rebekah Lowin is a pretty, personable young woman with a voice that, at its best, can be ethereal. A recent Columbia University grad, Lowin first made an impression on cabaret audiences in October 2013 with an appearance at the Cabaret Convention and a show at 54 Below. Her new offering at the Metropolitan Room, I Know You By Heart, is built around the songs of Eva Cassidy, who inspired Lowin's devotion when she was in the sixth grade and held steadfast for five years of repeated listening. Virtually unknown outside Washington, DC during her lifetime, Cassidy's posthumous compilation Songbird topped the charts in 1998. (Ms. Cassidy died of cancer in 1996.) Lowin looks rather like her subject and appears to have similar range, if a less mature voice.

BWW Reviews: Debuts by Evelyn Sullivan, Erin McCracken; Comebacks by Eve Eaton, Rob Sutton Are Standouts at Don't Tell Mama
by Robert Diamond - May 6, 2015

Four recent shows at Don't Tell Mama featured performers either making their debuts on the New York cabaret scene (Evelyn Sullivan and Erin McCracken) or who returned this spring in hopeful anticipation of sharing their artistic vision with audiences (Rob Sutton and Eve Eaton). They no doubt experienced the usual anxiety, trials and tribulations before ultimately taking the stage. And they've come out on the other side relatively unscathed. 


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