Articles tagged patty griffin

11 Dec 2015 // 2:00 AM

The Best Americana of 2015

From the old guard reaffirming its status to upstarts asserting their prowess, personal tales voiced by true artists continue to connect on an emotional level.

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Patty Griffin: Servant of Love

Griffin's latest disc may be her tenth, but it's the first one she has released on her own imprint.

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Patty Griffin: American Kid

Patty Griffin's songs reveal multiple sides of a complicated, conflicted man.

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Solomon Burke: Nothing’s Impossible

After four albums of Americana crossover, Solomon Burke reminds us he’s a soul singer by joining forces with the late producer Willie Mitchell.

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Patty Griffin: Downtown Church

One of the great songwriters in the business lays down the pen to go to church and rides off with a classic. Oh, she writes a couple of these, too, and wait'll you hear them.

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Ian McLagan & the Bump Band: Never Say Never

Backed by the Bump Band,legendary rocker Ian McLagan is in fine form, his voice filled with memories and milestones, and carrying a comforting feeling on the sad songs as well as the rave-ups.

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Patty Griffin: Live from the Artists Den

On a cold winter New York City night in 2007, Patty Griffin performed songs from her new album.

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The Band of Heathens: The Band of Heathens

Another band out of Austin, this one more country than most, The Band of Heathens offer a solid studio debut.

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NEW YORK - Patty Griffin’s back in front on her new CD. When Patty Griffin recorded her first album 13 years ago, her producer gave

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Patty Griffin: Children Running Through

In the end, you have the usual excellent Patty Griffin record, but not for the usual reasons.

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Patty Griffin: Impossible Dream

“We’ll pass around the easy lie of absolutely no regrets” —The Weakerthans There comes a time in life when things left to do become

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18 Jun 2003 // 12:00 AM

:. e-mail this article:. print this article:. comment on this article Patty Griffin’s music is a bit like sadomasochism. I seriously doubt this is what

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Violin Virtuoso L. Subramaniam Mesmerizes in Rare New York Performance (Photos)

// Notes from the Road

"Co-presented by the World Music Institute, the 92Y hosted a rare and mesmerizing performance from India's violin virtuoso L. Subramaniam.

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