The Reckoning of Montreal Banjo-Witch Kaïa Kater

June 13, 2024

After banjo player Kaïa Kater attended Americana Fest in 2016, the music industry started telling her she was a part of the genre, which encompasses all kinds of roots music, acoustic music, folk music, singer-songwriter and alternative country music. She was singing about heavy themes like historical trauma, her cultural heritage (her father is from the Caribbean country of Grenada) and her music history. She confesses in our interview that she never felt comfortable in Americana, that she was always…

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Jontavious Willis Says Blues Music is for The Kids

April 11, 2024

Originally from Greenville Georgia, musician Jontavious Willis is a Blues music phenom. When we talk about the Blues, the phrase…

Aoife O’Donovan and Dawn Landes Surf All the Feminist Waves

April 4, 2024

Coincidentally, long-time friends Aoife O’Donovan and Dawn Landes both have new albums with strong feminist themes, so I (Cindy) wanted…

Appalachian Bluegrasser Missy Raines Explains The West Virginia Thing

March 28, 2024

Acclaimed bluegrass musician Missy Raines is also a very cool and funny lady originally from West Virginia, not far from…

Bob Hillman’s Rock and Roll Return: From Beach Volleyball to Marketing to Musician

March 21, 2024

Bob Hillman had a real thing going on in the early 2000’s. He had made waves in New York City…


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