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    • Rock of Ages

      Passing on the punk brings a father and son together
      Don't use speed! It'll mess up your liver, your heart and kidneys, and screw up your mind up and in general will make you just…
    • George, By George!, Radio Songs

      (Self-released, CD) Rutland singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist George Nostrand - also known as George, By George! - must spend more time playing music than sleeping. In…
    • Raphael Groten, <i>Journey Home</i>
    • Raphael Groten, Journey Home

      (Silent Wing Records, CD, digital download) Journey Home, the latest recording from Vermont's Raphael Groten, brings the listener right back to the heyday of…
    • Anna Patton, Isadore's Breakfast
    • Anna Patton, Isadore's Breakfast

      Album Review
      (Self-released, CD) A well-played clarinet is one of my favorite musical delicacies in the world. The instrument has an incredible range and, in capable…
    • Social Band,  Deep Midwinter
    • Social Band, Deep Midwinter

      Album Review
      (Self-released, CD) It’s hard to find a term that accurately describes Burlington’s Social Band. Are they a folk choir? A band of voices? An…
    • Meg Willey, Seemingly Collected

      Album Review
      St. Albans resident and songwriter Meg Willey has lots of experience directing and performing in local theater productions and, after listening to her new CD,…
    • PossumHaw, Waiting and Watching
    • PossumHaw, Waiting and Watching

      Album Review
      (Self-released CD, digital download) Waiting and Watching is the fourth CD that the northern Vermont string band PossumHaw has produced in the 10 or…
    • Patti Casey, The Edge of Grace

      (Self-released, CD) Montpelier songwriter Patti Casey's fourth solo album, The Edge of Grace, delivers on much of the promise heard in her work with the…
    • Dana Cooper, Made Of Mud

      (Self-released, CD) Award-winning singer-songwriter Dana Cooper sounds like he's been in the business forever, and no wonder -- his first recording was released on Elektra…
    • Pennywhistles from Heaven

      To play the flageolet, just put your lips together and blow
      My passion for pennywhistles started with a trade. Three guys with English accents and musical instruments were passing through Vermont during the winter of 1972.…
    • Mich&egrave;le Choini&egrave;re, La Violette
    • Michèle Choinière, La Violette

      (Self-released, CD) On her fine new collection of soulful vocal music, La Violette, St. Albans native Michèle Choinière demonstrates once again that traditional French…
    • Mayfly, <i>Sweet Is the Morning</i>
    • Mayfly, Sweet Is the Morning

      (Self-released, CD, digital download) It's almost hard to believe that Vermont folk music heroine Katie Trautz and her musical partner Julia Wayne have been…
    • Katie Trautz, Remembering
    • Katie Trautz, Remembering

      Album Review
      (Self-released, CD) Cabot-based multi-instrumentalist Katie Trautz is one of the state’s busiest and most creative young folk musicians. She is the director of the…
    • Jon Gailmor, Checking In

      (Self-released, CD) On Checking In -- Jon Gailmor's sixth release in 27 years of creating music in and about Vermont -- the singer-songwriter musically illustrates…

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