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Christopher Cross – Doctor Faith


Christopher CrossDoctor Faith(Eagle Rock) It took more than a decade, but soft rock sensation Christopher Cross finally found a way to make his voice heard—by developing an edge. That’s right, … Read more

More from September, 2011

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Out With The Old, In With The Cool

Hey, Elmore Readers! Hope you’re all digging the new Elmore website and what it has to offer. Now you can access album reviews, concert reviews, upcoming shows, news and more. … Read more

Tim Easton and the Freelan Barons – Beat the Band

Tim Easton and The Freelan BaronsBeat the Band(Campfire Propaganda) Ohio/Joshua Tree singer/songwriter Tim Easton isn’t new to the music game. He’s released seven other albums, including 2009’s Porcupine, and contributed … Read more

Colin Hay –

Colin Hay’s 11th solo album, Gathering Mercury, is a deeply personal and spiritual journey through questions surrounding life and the afterlife. Inspired by the loss of his father, the veteran … Read more

Joe Krown Trio – Triple Threat

Joe Krown TrioTriple Threat(Self Released) Keyboard master Joe Krown was in Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown’s band for 13 years, and Russell Batiste played drums in the Funky Meters even longer than … Read more

Various Artists – Rave On Buddy Holly

Various ArtistsRave On Buddy Holly(Fantasy) Buddy Holly’s recording career lasted about two years, culminating with his death at the age of 22. The number of hits (and eventual classics) he … Read more

Carolann Solebello – Threshold

Carolann SolebelloThreshold(Self-Released) Solebello should be familiar to you through her fine work with the female trio, Red Molly. Before joining them seven years ago, she released a couple of solo … Read more

Powder Ridge Festival Ticket

Trivia: Sept/Oct 2011

As everyone knows, the most famous music festival ever was the “Woodstock Music and Art Fair,” better known simply as “Woodstock,” in 1969. The following year, another huge festival was … Read more

Banjo Man by Béla Fleck

Banjo Man

by Béla Fleck The world’s most innovative banjo player talks about the history and scope of his instrument, and why he still practices eight hours a day. Photograph by Faith … Read more