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Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

Tweet If the Mamas and the Papas consummated with Crosby, Stills and Nash and had a baby, it would be named Milo Greene.  Releasing on July 17th on Chop Shop / Atlantic Records, the self-titled debut album sounds like a drowsy haze of California sunshine and a gnawing discontent that leaves you a little haunted. […]

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Tweet I feel like a drug addict.  Always chasing the first high.  When you go to as many concerts as I do, it’s really easy for the excitement of the shows to dim after awhile.  Encores are a vapid exercise in futility.  Traffic and parking is a total pain.  The Ticketmaster prices and inflated fees […]

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Tweet Mumford and Sons is one of the few bands that grew their fan base entirely from the legend of their live shows. I saw them the first time in 2010 and wrote a review HERE.  The second time (6/12/2011), the entire show sold out in moments and I needed an oxygen tank to breathe […]

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Tweet When asked how the music industry has evolved and how this album came about, Matthew Mayfield stated “I feel like the business of music is changing–but people’s hunger for great songs has stayed the same.  It’s a lot harder to get people to pay for your art these days–so you need to make it […]

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Tweet Slow Runner’s Damage Points is a psychological mind-f*ck. Not quite indie and not quite pop, Charleston, SC’s Slow Runner releases their fourth studio album on March 15th. Made up of singer/songwriter/keyboardist Michael Flynn and multi-instrumentalist Josh Kaler, Damage Points is a unique dance between the synthesized light-hearted bleeps and bloops coupled with a gripping […]

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Tweet Opening with bone-shaking harmonies a Capella while slowly introducing the picking of an acoustic guitar, then adding a faint bass line, and working into a full thumping rush of their stunning song “Sigh No More,” Mumford & Sons had arrived in Atlanta. Mumford & Sons is an anomaly of sorts. You don’t expect a band […]

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Tweet Champion music zealot and my frequent partner-in-crime at cross-country concerts, Amanda Brown, weighs in again as an honored guest blogger for RadioPotato.com. Let’s join in on her journey to obsession over one of her very favorite bands, Kings of Leon. Oh, and sorry Amanda, Caleb just got engaged. Womp. Womp. It was March 2009 when a road […]

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Tweet It’s difficult to write a review and not come off as a superfanclubpresident. But there are a few telltale signs that I might be biased. I JUST saw Ray LaMontagne and David Gray one week before in Atlanta (with the rest of the Fab4 girls: AudreyAmandaJillian) Fifth time seeing Ray live (in 3 different […]

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Tweet RUMOR HAS IT THAT Ray LaMontagne cut his early set short last Monday at Atlanta’s Chastain Park due to chatter in the open amphitheater, reports a venue insider.  Ray and his band performed several cuts off of his new album God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise with his band to a largely noisy crowd and clocked roughly […]

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Tweet WHAT Grace Potter does onstage should be illegal. Feeling a little embarrassed watching Grace violently fling her head back and smile in ecstasy during her entire performance, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals rocked Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse last night (7/23/2010). Known for her grainy voice, swamp-rock blues and gospel music influence, Grace’s sexual energy could have inspired the […]

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Tweet I’ve been dipping my toes as a contributor to the online music magazine, The Silver Tongue. The site is dedicated to delivering breaking music news tending to weigh towards the rock and metal genres.  Given creative freedom, I thought I’d Folk it up and tip the scales towards the lighter spectrum.  So exciting! Tony Lucca […]

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Tweet Me do a review for Gareth’s new CD?  Since I’ve interviewed Gareth Asher and mentioned him here and here and here – I have as much credibility as Justin Bieber recommending Usher‘s latest drop.  Yup, I just compared myself to Justin Bieber. Anyway, It’s been three years since Gareth Asher’s last album I Am The Earth, so […]

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Tweet I thought about doing a review for classic crooner, Michael Buble’s show in Atlanta (well, really it’s more like Duluth, Georgia – W-A-Y up north for a girl who lives right in the heart of Atlanta) but his show opened up more questions than I had answers to. I’ll start with a few things he […]

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Tweet He may look like a little British hobbit, but DAMN, Jamie Cullum puts on an electrifying performance! I’ve been a fan of Jamie Cullum for many years now.  Evidently, my nomination for the highly esteemed Chozen Award has left me pretty cocky.  I decided I would send Jamie a Facebook e-mail earlier this week.  Maybe his career aspirations included […]

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Tweet You know you’ve made it big time when strangers are asking to be a guest blogger on your site.  Kate Leiss is a passionate gal that is music obsessed like me.  For that, she obviously is awesome.  A prolific writer that felt moved by this show particular show, she wanted to sound off on […]

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