Ethan Covey
Ethan Covey

Ethan Covey

Ethan Covey was the Seven Days music editor from 2001 until 2004. He won the 2004 John D. Donoghue award for arts criticism from the Vermont Press Association.

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    There's nothing new about sticking a harmonica player in front of a rollicking rhythm section and locking into a groove. Pop your head into any…
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    (Icebox Records, EP CD) For a band that's only been around for a few years, Swale have established themselves as leaders of a new Burlington…
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    (RELEASE) (Self-released, CD) Burlington may be a long haul from Bakersfield, but the warm twang and wine-fueled heartache of Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and their…
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    (Young Scientist Records, CD) The Milkman's Union is the nom de rock of 17-year-old Henry Jamison-Root, quite an impressive whippersnapper. The Burlington resident recorded Here's…
  • Will, Will

    (Saints Rest Records, CD) The Burlington music scene has always been a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n' roll. Acts such as…
  • The New Deal, Gone Gone Gone

    (Sound & Light, CD) Over the past decade, jam-rock has dominated college campuses across America. In that same time, The New Deal have proven one…

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