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  • Festival Review: Blue Water runs deep at Sawdust

    Festival Review: Blue Water runs deep at Sawdust
    The Blue Water Music Festival, hosted by Rick Conkey and his nonprofit Blue Water Green Earth, returned to Laguna Beach last weekend at the Sawdust Art Festival grounds under the shade of the tall eucalyptus grove. The two-day event featured a variety of acts in several musical genres playing an even wider variety of instruments.
  • Old-Timey Good Times With Old Crow Medicine Show

    Old-Timey Good Times With Old Crow Medicine Show
    The high-energy Americana string band Old Crow Medicine Show stopped touring a bit early last year, at the end of August, but they had a great reason: The band was asked to become members of the prestigious Grand Ole Opry, joining the ranks of elite...

    Everly Brothers' legacy saluted at Americana Music Assn. show

    Everly Brothers' legacy saluted at Americana Music Assn. show
    A couple dozen members of the Americana music community descended on the Troubadour in West Hollywood on Saturday, the night before the Grammy Awards, to demonstrate the ongoing influence of the music of the Everly Brothers while paying homage to singer...

    Chasing Nashville recap Season 1 episode 2: ‘Chance of a Lifetime’

     
    We pick up this week’s Chasing Nashville where we left off — the first round of the Hillbilly Days singing competition is over and the next day’s finals are looming. Nashville music exec Keith Thomas says he isn’t just there to...

    A restaurant with two faces

    A restaurant with two faces
    There is something odd, if not disconcerting, about spying a $92 menu item during breakfast. Fortunately, as I sat awaiting my French toast at a suburban St. Louis restaurant called Half and Half, I realized that the $92 item was not diamond-encrusted...