Monthly Archives: March 2008

>She Makes the Dough, I Got the Video

>For any one who thinks that Kathleen Edwards is just a nice little country singer from Canada, I say go see her in concert. Last night I caught her show at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston and, let me … Continue reading

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>Smither rocks

>If you are a Chris Smither fan and live in the Boston area, here’s a chance to see him perform like you’ve never before. Check out this note from the Smither camp: Chris Smither: Bluesman Turned Rocker for a Night?On … Continue reading

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>So you wanna be a rock ‘n’ roll star?

>For everyone that has ever wanted to be in a rock band and travel the country playing to adoring fans, please watch the youtube video below. Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles are currently touring the States and have kindly … Continue reading

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>A good page turn-turn-turner

>While toiling away at the next issue of Modern Acoustic (tentatively scheduled for early April), I’ve been spending my late nights with an interesting read on the beginnings of folk-rock. As many baby boomers do, I have a soft spot … Continue reading

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>WUMB plugs in

>OK, my original headline was going to be: “Following in Dylan’s Footsteps, WUMB goes electric.” For those who don’t know, public radio station WUMB-FM (91.9), affiliated with UMass-Boston, has been Boston’s preeminent force in folk music for as long as … Continue reading

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