Scene & Heard

Scene&Heard: Blind Corn Liquor Pickers

The sound of the Blind Corn Liquor Pickers is the sound of the rowdiest of hootenannies in the biggest barn full of dancers, singing along to the music. Yet, they blur the traditional, swirl it around with the modern sound of electric guitars, the haunting voices of Beth Walker, Jory Bowling and others for a unique fusion of amazing music. Filling the stage with...
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Scene&Heard: Dancing at the Zombie Prom Zoo

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Scene&Heard: Kim Smith

The show had already begun to exceed expectations when I was...

Scene&Heard: Eric Bolander and Band, The Wooks at MMH

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I was 18 when I bought my first Leonard Cohen...

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The devotion to a good, solid cover that is "as...
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