The past has always been a place that fascinates musicians. Even those who consider themselves extremely forward-thinking can’t deny the music that inspired, influenced, and trained them. Whatever you choose to do when making your own music, you can’t deny the unseen, but not unfelt hand, of what has gone before, guiding you.

Given that Leslie Vincent’s latest album, About Last Night covers a lot of familiar territory in its songs, it would be very easy for her…


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