Soundscape: Folk It Up

[Photo from Kit Chalberg, Courtesy of KitChalberg Concerts Blog] There is something about folk music that resonates with my soul. The name folk stems from the German word Volk meaning “the people.” This genre is deeply rooted in storytelling and dominated by acoustic instruments. Anyone who has read my reviews before knows that I am … Continue reading Soundscape: Folk It Up

Three-Thirty

Eccentric synth sounds, head-turning melodies, and catchy lyrics describe the three-piece band, AJR. Brothers Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met began playing in 2005 in New York City busking the streets until they could afford to buy instruments and recording equipment. From there, the band began writing, recording, and producing from their living room so that … Continue reading Three-Thirty

Look Through My Window

The ‘60s. A decade where psychedelic drugs and peace became the mantra of the hippie movement, the Vietnam War was at its height, and people began to demand more freedom. The American culture was changing, and along with it, so was the music. In the middle of this change was The Mamas and the Papas. … Continue reading Look Through My Window

Here’s to Another Trip Around the Sun: Kenny Chesney Concert Review

With the anticipation that has escalated for Kenny Chesney’s 17th studio album, “Song for the Saints,” his Trip Around the Sun Tour was sure to be a hit. But, the hype stems from more than just the music. Chesney dedicated this album to the Hurricane Irma refuges and hopes to bring back the light-hearted air … Continue reading Here’s to Another Trip Around the Sun: Kenny Chesney Concert Review