Category - Music

Hailey Whitters

The Dream Pigasus Records A very close runner-up for this issue’s best country LP includes memorable takes on show business dreams, failed relationships and drinking for starters—in other words, a near-perfect twang album. Plus a couple choice cuts whose titles alone are intriguing enough to make...

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This Is Richard Pryor

Spotify For the youngsters, a master class in comedy. For the old-timers, two hours of choice cuts that reinforce Mr. Pryor’s greatness. Even something as wrongheaded as the mid-‘80s AIDS bit “One Night Stands” begins with some advice Bill Cosby should have taken to heart (“I don’t want to end up...

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JazzFest Returns to Pensacola April 4 and 5

The Chip Herrington Quintet is one of several stellar jazz acts performing at the 2020 Pensacola JazzFest April 4 and 5 in historic Seville Square. Check out the complete schedule at   Jazz Pensacola celebrates the 37th Annual Pensacola JazzFest with a stellar lineup of...

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Burning Strong

The Fire Rages On Independent There is something uniquely mood-altering about fast tempo punk. And although Burning Strong is a bit of punk, a bit of hardcore, and some rock-inspired guitar licks, that energy shines through the entirety of their 11-track debut. This Pensacola-based band has a lot...

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Pat Metheny

From This Place Nonesuch Guitarist/composer Pat Metheny is 65. I just learned that he’s the only recording artist in history to have earned a Grammy in 10 different categories. The cover art on his latest album, From This Place, might remind you of The Wizard of Oz, which could be intentional...

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Brandy Clark

Your Life Is a Record Warner Bros. The singer-songwriter’s strongest album to date. Highlights include “Pawn Shop,” the best take on the subject since Conway Twitty’s “Saturday Night Special”; “Bigger Boat,” a duet with Randy Newman; and “Bad Car,” a song that’s been aching to be written for...

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Orchid Electric

Iridescent Woe Independent Back with a new album of futuristic tones and synthwave ambience, John Palmer Morton’s music project is electronic music for the eclectic soul. With dashes of ‘80s new wave influence, Iridescent Woe is paired with a more aggressive beat backing, helping to further...

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