Monthly Archives: September 2008

>Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter at Great Scott

>There’s not much better than seeing Jesse Sykes and her band the Sweet Hereafter in a tiny club. Last Thursday they were at Great Scott in Allston, a club I had never been to before and barely knew existed. I … Continue reading

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>CD Reviews: Jenny Lewis, Mark Erelli, the Sacred Shakers, Catie Curtis

>JENNY LEWIS – “Acid Tongue’’For those eagerly awaiting the sequel to “Rabbit Fur Coat,’’ Jenny Lewis’ critically acclaimed 2006 twangy solo album with the Watson Twins, “Acid Tongue’’ might not completely do it for you. Her new release, while having … Continue reading

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>Issue 22, Sept. 2008

>Summer Picks: From festivals to clubs – even to Symphony Hall! – we were thereSummer has come and gone again, bringing its share of hot days and sultry nights. It also brought – as usual – great opportunities to catch … Continue reading

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>Ryan Adams live and well

>If the Grateful Dead were young upstarts on today’s music scene they probably would sound a lot like Ryan Adams did last night. The sometimes mercurial singer-songwriter Adams has shown both on his plethora of albums — solo and with … Continue reading

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>Goodbye to Sarah Borges guitarist

>We’re in between shows right now (waiting for Ryan Adams on Sunday), so I thought it would be a good time to post a goodbye and fond farewell to one of my favorite guitar players, Mike Castellana, who is leaving … Continue reading

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