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While Annie Clark is a beast on the guitar, obsessed with futuristic and mad sounds, she’s first and foremost a composer.
Steve Perry really meant it when he sang Don't Stop Believin' in 1981.
After having crossed frosty Norway, Thomas Dybdahl touched down in Los Angeles to bring his music to the masses.
In the big family of great guitarists names such as Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Frank Zappa are always on the tip of the tongue. But Lindsey Buckingham, formerly of Fleetwood Mac, certainly merits a place in this hall of fame.
Country has always enjoyed a faithful fan base. Although the genre's golden age has since moved on from honkytonks and the Texas of the 1950s, it is hard to rival the charm of Eric Church.
After two staggering studio albums (When the Heart Emerges Glistening in 2011 and The Imagined Savior Is Far Easier to Paint in 2014) and one brilliant live album (A Rift in Decorum in 2017), all three released on Blue Note, Ambrose Akinmusire has changed gear with a multifaceted and ambitious work that mixes jazz, string quartet, poetry and rap.