- Music Reviews
- July 15, 2020
Altar of Harmony (Third Man Records). Review by James Mann.
M. Ward could get by on his smoky velvet voice alone, but he also happens to be a supreme connoisseur of what alert musicians call songcraft.
Don’t Pass Me By: A Tribute To Sean Costello (Landslide Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Cry No More (Concord Music Group). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Rough Out There (Shakedown Records). Review by James Mann.
Wanee Music Festival, featuring two sets by both the Allman Brothers and Widespread Panic, offers two stages of music that entertain fans on the banks of the Suwannee River until the early hours of the morning for 3 days. Phillip Haire returns to the Florida fest.
Fast becoming one of the most popular festivals in the country, Wanee Music Festival once again brings a delightful mix of top-shelf talent to the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida, Thursday, April 18 through Saturday, April 20.
Florida’s annual Wanee Festival is a 3 day Southern-style jamfest featuring over thirty bands. The 2010 edition found The Allmann Brothers and Widespread Panic topping a bill of over 30 bands.
51 Phantom (Tone Cool / Artemis). Review by Kurt Channing.
Farm Aid 2000, featuring Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young, Neil Young, Barenaked Ladies, Travis Tritt, Alan Jackson, Sawyer Brown, Arlo Guthrie, North Mississippi Allstars, Shannon Curfman, Badi Assad Menagerie, Pat Green, Jimmy Sturr, Cowboy’s Nightmare, Trent Summar and the New Row Mob, and Chris DiCroce on September 17, 2000, at the Nissan Pavilion in Manassas, VA. Event review by Sean Slone.
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