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The Once Play With Your Musical Expectations: Is it Folk, or Pop, or Indie or . . .

It occurs to MUSICAlive! afterwards that we never asked Geraldine Hollet, lead singer for The Once, the significance of the band’s name. Sure, “once” is an adverb meaning “on one occasion”, or “for one time only”; but as a noun it becomes capitalized as their bandname and means “a Newfoundland-based folk-pop trio who have been combining 3-part harmonies and acoustic guitar and keyboards to confound

Tamara Lindeman IS The Weather Station

by Carey Rutherford Tamara Lindeman IS The Weather Station. But it’s a different Station than it used to be. “I originally started with (the band name) The Weather Station because I was making experimental music that wasn’t at all singer-songwriter, and… Continue Reading →

A Going Concern: Erin Ross and her Guitar

by Carey Rutherford The Palamino Smokehouse and Social Club is an interesting place. On a Friday night in April, the evening begins upstairs with the roots-grounded artist Erin Ross, whose folk-rockish set ends around the time the floorboards begin vibrating… Continue Reading →

Do fun names equal great performances? There’s one way to find out

by Carey Rutherford How can you resist a performer named ‘Big Dan and the Country Boogie Band’? to be honest, I know nothing more than that about the musicians, but like Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertans, I’d want to… Continue Reading →

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