What’s The Worst That Can Happen – Lou Kyme (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

If ever there was an example of a slow burner album, this is it. I was given this seven-track mini-album a few months ago and it’s been played, put back in it’s case, played, in the case, played and finally now I put pen to paper (or rather fingertips to keys) and state my case.... Continue Reading →

A Short Conversation with Beth Snapp

I guess the best place to start is with your recent cover of “Higher Love”. Can you explain how you came to record the song and the significance behind it, especially in the current climate? Beth: Our local Pride organization (TriPride) honored me by asking if I would produce a cover for their community music video (a... Continue Reading →

A Short Conversation with Town Meeting

You often get tagged as being “folk-rock” but it is easy to hear that there is much more going on in the music. What are your biggest influences musically and otherwise? Town Meeting: We all grew up listening to a lot of different styles of music but collectively we are deeply rooted in folk, rock... Continue Reading →

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