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On this evening she's watching the dimming of the day through the redwoods at her home, 15 minutes north of San Francisco, and laughing about the upcoming awards. "I got my outfit and my boyfriend's got his tux pressed, so we're rarin' to go...But I
Whether touring, winning Grammys or fighting for the rights of music veterans, singer and guitarist Bonnie Raitt has always had plenty to keep her busy. So over the course of her four-decade career, a gap of a few years between albums wasn't
During the course of a conversation meant to last 20 minutes but stretched to three times that length and which was ostensibly supposed to cover his upcoming tour with fellow singer-songwriter Lisa Hannigan, which comes to the Paradise Wednesday the
The significance of this magical pairing is that it will contain renditions and variations of songs, both old and new, that each artist took place in creating. Any individual privileged enough to attend should be truly considered one lucky person!
Written by Filed Under The ever-growing sport of Mixed Martial Arts puts its stamp on northeastern Louisiana again Saturday as "Fight Night at the Ike 3" begins at 4 p.m. with live music at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe...The event,
Bonnie Raitt had been thinking about working with Grammy-winning producer Joe Henry for years. And Henry had been kicking around the idea of reaching out to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member whose voice he adores forever. It wasnt until mutual
So over the course of her four-decade career, a gap of a few years between albums wasn't unprecedented. But this time around, the seven-year lapse between her last CD and her new effort, "Slipstream" (arriving Tuesday), is different. The nine-time
It's acoustic music bluesy, jazzy, dreamy and slightly off kilter, concerning the escape of heaven, songs as fuel and how circuses leave muddy fields after they're gone. From his home outside Los Angeles, Henry, who is perhaps best known for his
Indeed, with a successful sideline as an in-demand producer, Henry's not the type to compromise, either, let alone slow down, and if following the songwriter sometimes feels like a game of constant catch-up, few acts make the effort so worthwhile.
Her parents had passed away in quick succession, and she took a long break from music to help care for her brother Steve, who died of brain cancer in April 2009...Bonnie Raitt To ease her way back into music, she took up Henry's offer to record at