Caroline Rose: Singer Songwriter from Vermont With Southern Tendencies
September 2, 2013 - Singer-songwriter Caroline Rose grew up in Vermont with her performing parents. So it is not too far a stretch to imagine she would become a performer herself.
Veteran Canadian Songwriter Danny Michel In Winning Collaboration With Garifuna Collective
July 15, 2013 - Danny Michel is an under-the-radar Canadian songwriter with an already lengthy career. So why are we talking about him? Last year he travelled to Belize to record with The Garifuna Collective.
Song-A–Day Project Leads to Ace Reporter’s Debut Yearling
May 27, 2013 - Musician Chris Snyder suffered a breakup. All right, it was a band breakup, but still. He consoled himself with the challenge of the
threesixfive project as he called it; write a song a day for a year.
May 6, 2013 - London’s Treetop Flyers effortlessly capture the CSN&Y sound of California Folk-rock in the 60’s on their debut The Mountain Moves. They all met on the periphery of the London folk scene that gave the world Mumford & Sons and Laura Marling.
There’s something so warm and so likeable about Birdie Busch, West Philly’s whimsical, verse-weaving siren—that hearing her sing is like being greeted with a wave of energy.
March 11, 2013 - Birdie's lyrics are quirky, candid, and refreshing, and she infuses each song with a real sentimentality that makes you think she’d make a great listener and a great best friend. So when she croons—voice breaking like the sun’s rays through the trees—to “settle in for the greatest night in history,” as she does on new tune “Sitgreaves Pass”—one can’t help but wonder exactly what she’s referring to.