The New York Times Article “With Her First Opera, Rhiannon Giddens Returns to Her Roots”

Check out the just-published New York Times article covering Rhiannon Giddens’ latest project, “Omar”. Click here to read! “Known principally as a banjo-playing folk singer and songwriter, Giddens is an artist of many accomplishments that include winning Grammy Awards and a MacArthur “genius” grant. At the time, though, writing operas was not one of them. Read more | Read the New York Times article here

Amythyst Kiah Releases Rocking Version of Tori Amos’ “Sugar”

Amythyst Kiah has officially released “Sugar,” a powerfully defiant rendition of Tori Amos’ standard. Amos – one of Kiah’s musical mentors – has been a driving force behind her music. Growing up listening to the 90s alt-rock Nirvana and Amos ignited her passion for music and hard-hitting, confessional songwriting. With “Sugar,” Kiah explores another part Read more | Click her to listen to "Sugar"

 Nathalie Joachim Featured on “Perspectives”

Nathalie Joachim’s latest project is officially out! “Perspectives” is a collaborative album culminating in works from Danny Elfman, Philip Glass, Jlin, Flutronix (Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull), and Third Coast Percussion. Purchase or stream the album here. For more information, go to Nathalie Joachim’s artist page. Read more | Listen to "Perspectives" Here

Brennen Leigh: “Country Albums With a Twist” Wallstreet Journal Review

Brennen Leigh’s new album has been reviewed by The Wallstreet Journal as one of country’s latest releases to “confound our expectations”. “Over 18 years of recording, singer-songwriter and mandolin whiz Brennen Leigh has been a treasured favorite of traditional country fans across multiple continents….Her 2020 album, “Prairie Love Letter,” saluted the North Dakota countryside she Read more | Check out The Wallstreet Journal article here

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