Concert Pick: Mandolin Orange @ 9:30 Club (2/7/19)

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Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz of Mandolin Orange (Photo from FB @MandolinOrange)

Mandolin Orange returns to the 9:30 Club on February 7th, and if you love folk music, you should definitely be there.

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Concert Review: Liz Cooper & The Stampede @ 9:30 Club (12/11/18)

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Liz Cooper & The Stampede (Photo credit: Shervin Lainez)

Liz Cooper & The Stampede came to the 9:30 Club prepared to deliver on promises and shatter expectations.

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Concert Pick: Liz Cooper & The Stampede @ 9:30 Club (12/11/18)

Liz Cooper & The Stampede
(Photo from FB @LizCooperandTheStampede)

Time for a folk rock good time with the openers for headlining Phosphorescent.

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Concert Review: Gregory Alan Isakov @ 9:30 Club (11/11/18)

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Gregory Alan Isakov (Photo Credit: Rebecca Caridad)

The number of people that expressed their love for Gregory Alan Isakov was astounding, and many didn’t hold back from the public displays of affection.

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Concert Review: Mary Chapin Carpenter @ The Birchmere (10/30/18)

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Mary Chapin Carpenter at Real World Studios (Photo Credit: Ethan Johns)

Celebrating 30 years of country and folk music mastery, Mary Chapin Carpenter returned to The Birchmere for two sold out shows on October 29 and 30th!
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Concert Review: Andrew Bird, Gabriel Kahane and the NSO @ Kennedy Center (10/28/18)

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Andrew Bird in Indianapolis on Sept. 26 (Photo Credit: Tony Vasquez for Jams Plus Media Vasquez Photography)

I wasn’t sure what to expect from my first NSO pops concert. I could imagine a mega pop star – like Beyoncé or Barry Manilow, belting hits backed by swelling strings. But what to expect when one of your featured artist’s claim to fame is riding Amtrak around the US to bridge the political divide, and the other just finished recording his violin standing barefoot under a bridge?

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