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Four Minutes, Four Questions Wolf Loescher

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Since the pandemic shut down live music, performers trying to make it without gigs have been reaching out to each other and to friends in the media

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Six Minutes, Six Questions — Yakov Smirnoff

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Comic Yakov Smirnoff will help reopen Branson with a new show starting May 22. Titled “Laughter Rx FDA Approved,” it makes reference to the fact that Smirnoff

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On A New Note

McCready kicks off new career at TempleLive concert LAURINDA JOENKS joenks@nwadg.com Editor’s Note: Since this story was written, Travis McCready’s concert at Temple Live has generated more than a little

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A Show Of Respect

Two-Hawks plays for moms and Mother Earth BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com If quarantine is getting you down, and the isolation seems never ending, you need to spend some time with John

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Five Minutes, Five Questions: Prince Ivan

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Brydon Brett has been making music all his life as part of a family show in Branson. But a new project has him collaborating with college friend

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The More The Merrier

Symphony offers all sorts of music in new season BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “If you think of things that are traditional — and tradition is great; it’s church, family gatherings, lots

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Taking Time For No. 1

Musician Kory Montgomery releases self-titled EP BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com A critic once described Kory Montgomery’s music as ““a backwoods orgy of blues, funk [and] jazz fusion that leaves the listener

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Pandemic Changes Plans

Musician catches one of last flights out of UK JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com On Thursday, March 19, violinist Er-Gene Kahng and I connected over email. We were discussing scheduling an interview

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Now 72, James Taylor finally talks about the early years

Even here, in the stillness of the Berkshires forest near Lenox, Mass., James Taylor grows anxious. He has to be conscious of how he enters his days since he most

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Charlie Daniels has no plans to give up music

Charlie Daniels says he’ll quit playing the fiddle when someone “pries it from my cold, dead hands.” And even at 83, he doesn’t expect that to happen any time soon.