You could say that singer-songwriter John McCutcheon’s last album, “Trolling for Dreams,” was the product of a poorly read CT scan.
Vercnocke gets as much wool locally as possible, cleans it in the backyard, lets it dry, and hand dyes much of it. That way colors can be matched to textures.
“Music has always brought people together because music is connection.”
Like its namesake, bluegrass-fusion band Root River Jam (RRJ), plays music that bounds over rapids, collects in deep pools, and skims over shallow sand bars, but it always keeps its forward motion with a swift current of creativity. The latest adventure in the band’s six-year voyage is the release of its debut, self-titled album at […]
Every other week there is a jam at the Douglas Saloon. The reason I go there is because nobody knows about it. Sometimes it’s fun, but other times it’s a train wreck.
For so-called “undesirables,” there weren’t many ways to survive World War II Berlin. Somehow, Charlotte Van Mahlsdorf, a transgender woman, found a way.
“If the crowd loves you, they buy you pints of Guinness!”