• Caldwell Shine

    Caldwell Shine

    Which Way Is Mine (Self-released). Review by Kyrby Raine.

  • I’m Not There

    I’m Not There

    I’m Not There: Original Soundtrack (Sony Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.

  • Xavier Rudd

    Xavier Rudd

    Austrailia’s answer to Paul Simon and Jack Johnson, one man band folk artist Xavier Rudd , brought his melodic spin on world music to Orlando. Jen Cray was just one amongst many who packed into The Social to witness the event.

  • Greg Tannen

    Greg Tannen

    Rocket (Self-released). Review by Andrew Ellis.

  • Dashboard Confessional

    Dashboard Confessional

    It was a Dashboard Confessional weekend at Orlando’s House of Blues, with three consecutive sold-out shows. Jen Cray gave it a chance.

  • Matt Nathanson

    Matt Nathanson

    At The Point (High Wire). Review by Andrew Ellis.

  • Mike Uva

    Mike Uva

    Where Have You Been (Collectable Escalators). Review by Tim Wardyn.

  • Mary Had A Little Amp

    Mary Had A Little Amp

    Mary Had A Little Amp (Epic). Review by Ben Varkentine.

  • Matt Nathanson

    Matt Nathanson

    Beneath These Fireworks (Universal). Review by Andrew Ellis.

  • Matt Nathanson

    Beneath These Fireworks (Universal). Review by Andrew Ellis.

  • John Mayer

    Heavier Things (Aware). Review by Sean Slone.

  • Chuck Carrier

    Even for the likes of the mega-successful John Mayer or David Gray, being a singer songwriter is a sometimes lonely, often difficult vocation and it’s even harder as an independent artist. Andrew Ellis finds out about life as a solo artist at the other end of the spectrum with Atlanta-based Chuck Carrier.

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