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Album Review: Matt Mann & the Shine Runners – Anytime but Now

Article by: Bylle Breaux     Matt Mann and the Shine Runners are releasing a new album next month and it’s their finest yet.  Lead singer/songwriter, Mann, moved from Los Angeles to Nashville just over two years ago and it’s proving to be the right choice.  His budding friendship with new lead guitarist,

The Ponderosa Aces // Live @ The Escondite // 2.2.17

Article by:  Bylle Breaux // Photos by:  Matt Stasi   Just east of downtown Los Angeles, where multi-million dollar skyscapers glare down over those that outshine them with nothing but aspiration, sits a perplexing watering hole straight out of a Spaghetti Western. The Escondite, a.k.a. The Hideout, is strategically weathered and criminally

Album Review: Nick Nash – Fear of Perdition

Article by: Bylle Breaux   Twenty something singer/songwriter, Nick Nash, tip-toes surreptitiously onto the Americana scene like a “Wolf in the Wheat,” which is also the title of one of his songs on his new E.P., “Fear of Perdition.”  Now living in Nashville and more than halfway through a law degree from

Album Review: Austin Hanks – Alabastard

Article by: Bylle Breaux   In the heart of Hollywood, hidden on a side street just below the boulevard, The Piano Bar has been a long time primary for exceptional live music. Legendary artists like Billy Gibbons, Chuck E. Weiss, and Harry Connick, Jr. drop in unannounced to jam with local musicians