Legendary Country Guitar Player Bobby Black Goes Hawaiian

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Legendary Country Guitar Player Bobby Black Goes Hawaiian

The show should illustrate the links between the steel guitar’s island roots and the country milieu in which it later became famous.

 

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A Folk Opera That Gives the Devil His Due

Sam Chase’s response to the death of the album was to write and record an 18-song opus that can’t be enjoyed piecemeal.

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A Soulful Page From the American Songbook

Tony Lindsay has another dimension besides the one that people know from his quarter century with Santana.

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Stepping Out of the Darkness

Sh8peshifter’s new album pulls together threads of hip-hop, soul, R&B, ambient textures, spoken word, and electronic dance music.

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Vetiver’s Songs of Quiet Passion

Andy Cabic is back with a new album memorializing unfulfilled relationships and one-sided love affairs.

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Natu Camara’s Songs of Healing

The West African singer-songwriter appears as one half of Afropop Spectacular at Cal Performances.

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Lucinda Williams, Never Too Late

On the 21st anniversary of Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, the singer and songwriter tours in honor of the groundbreaking work.

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Fun and Pop, But Scary, Too, Kim Petras Revives Bubblegum

The German sensation brings an edge and a message to bouncy pop.

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