With guitar and music influences such as Umphrey's McGee, Steve Vai, Guthrie Govan, Led Zeppelin, and The Grateful Dead, the song writers at Old English are working from a great foundation. This is an EP that builds a distinctive sound. It takes the broad range of progressive rock and gets to the point. Old English projects dedicated musicianship, weaving an openwork filigree that listeners can grab onto thread by thread. The whole of the music is also larger than the finer parts, but you will pick up something different each time you hear these songs.

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Tail Dragger and Bob Corritore: Longtime Friends In the Blues.


With Henry Gray, Kirk Fletcher, Chris James, Patrick Rynn and Brian Fahey.


Howlin' Wolf~ "One day this boy (Tail Dragger) will take my place." 

Review by Bluebird.

Joey Pratt of Card Stock Heavy Things with Strings.  

I enjoyed the new album from Joey Pratt, Heavy Things With Strings, right away. It reminded me of Justin Vernon's band, Bon Iver, which I loved, even before their first gathering of Grammy nominations and wins this year.

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EP: 2012

Founded in 2008, Green Line Inbound (GLi) is a Boston based techno-hip hop band. They cite influences of Wiz Khalifa, LMFAO, Snoop Dogg, and even Dr. Dre. There is a modern R&B sound to their dance-party-pop form, and the influences are clear. Playing throw back favorites, old school hip hop, and running the edges of contemporary pop, the "wow" factor has been evident with this band that is collecting fans with every event and growing in popularity. Plus, these hard working crunk blasters use their cover bills to self-manage the finances of an original EP that was released this year (2012).



Sunnyside Records. January, 2012.

From the New England Conservatory of Music, where she studied voice and contemporary improvisation, Graham found her inspiration in the classic 1960's folk rock of Neil Young, Nick Drake, and Bob Dylan.

Dan Waldman

Album Review: Made of Wood, Chill Funk Trip

Released: February, 2012.  

Dan Waldman is an accomplished pianist. After a move from Worcester, MA to Alberquerque,NM, he dug into his vault of instruments and tribute tracks, turning out a mod techno record that is fused with jazz inspired old school retro funk.

Released February 28, 2012 estelledanieljackson

Homeschool/Atlantic Records

Album Photo Credit: Daniel Jackson

Review by Bluebird

Estelle Swaray exploded onto the Hip Hop/R&B scene in 2008 with the song, "American Boy." This West London vocalist has a strong, sweet voice that was a crisp bold contrast to Jay-Z, who rapped alongside her in a stunning Grammy performance. Many of the songs on "SHINE" took a fresh look at R&B and the world fell in love with Estelle's elegant style. Her song, "You Are" with John Legend, stands out even still, as a great vocal for both artists, bringing true romance back to the music world.

Her new album, "All of Me," offers a wide range of sound for the listeners, some of them unexpected.

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