A “New” Incredible

Several new albums have highlighted the past couple of months. These albums have stepped up to the plate and owned the ideal that “music is art.” The artists are not new, and their previous works are some of my personal favorites. That being the case, it is always exciting when some of the best set the bar even higher for themselves. There are three albums that come to mind and one that specifically sparked the thoughts in this post. The first is Hayes Carll’s KMAG YoYo. The second is The Band of Heathens Top Hat Clown & the Clapmaster’s Son. The

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Five Favorite Finds

Over the past few weeks I have noticed a common theme in my Twitter thread amongst many fellow music friends…the search for new music. People want to hear new songs, new artists, new albums, and new sounds. I can’t blame them. It’s not that we are “sick and tired” of what we have been listening to, or maybe it is… Regardless, for those of us who love music, the search is never-ending. . So where do we find new (or at least new to “us”) music? At first I was leery of bringing up new artists from different areas to

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Song That Sold Me…

When it comes to music, I know what I like and what works for me, but music is much like religion and politics… It’s each to their own in my opinion. What I also know is that this music, and more importantly, the people I’ve come to know because of this music, has largely impacted the past five years of my life. When I think about Galleywinter what resonates with me most is that it’s a “place” where the music brings people together. So, with that being the preface -How does a girl from Missouri via North Carolina come to

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