Maya De Vitry’s ‘Adaptations’

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Kaia Kater’s Banjo Carves a Space and Opens Doors

Amos Lee: ‘My New Moon’

Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Amos Lee’s seventh studio album, My New Moon, pivots on the possibility of a new begin

Lori McKenna Finds Comfort and Reflection in ‘The Tree’

Some writers seek out the truth, excavating situations to uncover a universality that shines some light of understanding on th

Zephaniah Ohora Is Flying the Flag for Classic Country

Forget Texas or Tennessee—deep in the heart of Brooklyn is a growing traditional country scene with a slew of artists excite

A ‘Sunset’ Toast with Amanda Shires

When Amanda Shires throws a party, it’s a crackling and cackling affair. The singer-songwriter has often enjoyed lacing her

Allowing Herself to Be Free: A Conversation with Erin Rae

Quiet may come off as meek, but don’t be fooled; strong doesn’t necessarily present in overly clamorous ways. That’s the

Ben Glover: The Restless Spirit Finds His Shore

With one foot in his native Ireland and another in his adopted Nashville, Ben Glover has exhibited a restless spirit in the te

On ‘People Are My Drug,’ Phil Cook Gets High on the Power of Love

In the three years since singer-songwriter Phil Cook released his debut solo album, Southland Mission, he’s steered his

Sometimes It’s a Whisper: A Conversation with Liz Vice

Despite never having desired a musical career, Liz Vice set about answering a higher calling with her 2015 debut album, Ther

Nomadic Impulses: A Conversation with Ryan Gustafson

The road has always fueled the troubadour’s imagination, and it’s no different for the Dead Tongues’ Ryan Gustafson. Ins

Keeping Watch: A Conversation with Laura Veirs