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Kiss Each Other Clean

Rating: 4 of 5 stars

It seems like just yesterday that fans and critics fawning over Iron & Wine's last studio effort, The Shepherd's Dog, but in truth, it was over three years ago now. While Beam's early albums were sparse, intimate solo affairs, Shepherd's introduced...

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The King is Dead

 By: Emily J Ramey

Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

I’m pretty proud to be able to say I’ve been following The Decemberists and their musical endeavors for the majority of the band’s existence. Of the now six full-length albums they’ve produced, I’ve watched and waited for...

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Some Kind of Trouble

By: Emily J Ramey

Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Upon first listen of British singer/songwriter/heartthrob James Blunt’s third album, Some Kind of Trouble, I must admit to a little disappointment. I remember rocking out to his debut; I couldn’t figure out why he would have...

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City of Refuge

By: Emily J Ramey

Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Clawhammer banjo wonder Abigail Washburn has returned to her solo venture with stories to tell. After debuting with the sparse and haunting Songs of a Traveling Daughter in 2005 and sidetracking to produce a self-titled project with...

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Worth the Fight

By: Emily J Ramey

Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Marie Hines is breezy and bright, but with something of an old soul. Her fondness for strings and silky piano keys is enough to grab my attention, and her gentle vocals and silver-tongued lyrics make her my new favorite. Marie’s debut...

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American Music Channel is “Giving Back” through creating philanthropic campaigns that align charitable organizations and artists to make a difference in our world.

 

By : Andrew Vaughan

As the whole world begins to focus on The United Kingdoms capital city the evangelical music fan in me has ben reminded of the feature I wrote here a couple of years ago on a few of London’s rock and roll hotels. A lot of questions followed, mostly music fans and tourists wanting more specific information.

So, with the Olympics here and with thousands of you heading to London for the sports fiesta, this American based “Londoner” doesn’t want anyone to miss out on a huge opportunity to discover some of London’s greatest musical landmarks. So the next few Music City 411 blogs are going to see me waxing lyrical about the music heritage of my hometown. And for anyone visiting for the first time and wanting to spend some time exploring London’s musical history I’ve highlighted some safe and top-rated music-flavored hotels to make your trip as easy and rewarding as possible. I’ve stayed, eaten and drank in all the places I talk about and traipsed every street been in every venue mentioned and ridden every bus train and taxi recommended.

So let’s start where it all started. The Beatles!

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