New York singer-songwriter Danielle Ponder has been involved in music for much of her life, but after her brother received a 20-year prison sentence due to a “three strikes” policy, she became an advocate for justice and pursued a legal career. She landed in the public defender’s office in her hometown of Rochester, first as […]
Update 8/10: Chuck Prophet’s SPACE concert in August has been postponed till March 17, 2022. The FitzGerald’s show in October is still scheduled to proceed. If the best parts of your classic British Invasion, 50s country, 60s pop, and pure rock ’n’ roll records could be transformed into a person, they might look and sound […]
Chicago bedroom-pop songwriter Serena Isioma can give your brain a 15-minute vacation with the Sensitive EP.
After making three terrific studio albums and a decent live recording for Universal’s Nashville division, Allison Moorer had very little to show for it–major-label publicity machines aren’t programmed to deal with idiosyncratic artistry like hers–so she negotiated her way out of her contract and inked a new deal with the indie Sugar Hill. Doyle Primm, […]