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Feb.22

Album Review: The Band – “The Last Waltz

The Band’s The Last Waltz has to be one of the most impactful albums in American history. The Last Waltz was famously performed by The Band, a Canadian-American rock group for their very last concert on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976. With turkey dinners served at 5pm to the crowd of 5000, The Band performed
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Dec.21

Artist Spotlight: Vance Camisa Jazz Quartet

The Vance Camisa Jazz Quartet makes for a spiffy good time. These four men, Jon Kohl on drums, Christopher Davis-Shannon on bass, Justin Odom on guitar and Vance Camisa on piano impress with their retro-look before they ever strike a note. Natty suits and ties are the order of the day (Camisa himself prefers 1930s
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Dec.19

5 Indie Christmas Albums You’ll Love

We know you’re sick of the same old Christmas songs, so we’ve gift wrapped a new Christmas playlist in our top picks for indie Christmas albums.

Dec.07

Artist Spotlight: The Sermon!

The Sermon! features an exclamation point at the end of their name, and after seeing them play you’ll understand why. The exclamation mark was somewhat inherited as the band got its namesake from the title track of jazz organist Jimmy Smith’s album, The Sermon! As a jazz organist, Jimmy Smith was a significant inspiration for
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Nov.30

Artist Spotlight: Aaron Parnell Brown

Aaron Parnell Brown is one of the smoothest singer songwriters you’ve heard in a long time. Mole Street Artists talks with singer songwriter Aaron Parnell Brown on how Philly has shaped him as an artist and how he finds influence in any style of music. Aaron Parnell Brown is one of the smoothest singer songwriters you’ve
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Nov.21

The Band: The Last Waltz Album Review

The Band’s The Last Waltz has to be one of the most impactful albums in American history.