Song of the Week
With gentle strings, lush keys, and her crystalline vocals, Karen Elson's new single carries with it the sweetness of Cat Stevens and the emotive touch of an acoustic Mazzy Star.
Digging up an old Willie Nelson tune is never a bad idea, but it's particularly good when the ones doing the digging are a pair of classic Texas troubadours.
George Michael knew when we needed pure joy, and he knew when we needed caution, not celebration.
With 37 albums down, Neil Young's advice on Peace Trail is worth heeding.
The amazing gift of such prolific minds as Guy Clark's is that, even once they pass, there is often more music hiding in tapes and basements and hard drives.
Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble (ft. Rhiannon Giddens), 'St. James Infirmary Blues'
Langhorne Slim and Jill Andrews, 'Sea of Love'
John Prine with Holly Williams, 'I'm Tellin' You'
Elana James Gives the Grateful Dead's 'Ripple' a Bluegrass Lilt
Noah Gundersen, 'Slow Dancer'