Susan Boyle

Susan Boyle, I Dreamed A Dream Reviewed By: Pettigrew Faust I Dreamed A Dream, Susan Boyle’s debut album, is a showcase for her crystal clear voice, untouched by the technological gimmicks on which so many singers rely. The production is Read more

The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music (40th Anniversary Edition) Reviewed By: David Horiuchi Shot in Salzburg against the majestic Bavarian Alps, THE SOUND OF MUSIC is considered one of the greatest screen musicals ever made. Winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Read more


Silveroot, Full Measure Reviewed By: Constance Tucker Silveroot consists of Patrick Flynn as the primary vocalist and guitarist. Flynn’s gritty vocals and poignant lyrics lift this Americana (and I do mean Americana) not countrified pop group, to a stature of Read more


Silveroot, Big Difference Reviewed By: Constance Tucker I had previously reviewed the freshman release by Silveroot Full Measure and was truly refreshed with the wonderfully uplifting sound the CD offered. Silveroot has certainly measured up and surpassed the last recorder Read more

Shelby Lynne

Shelby Lynne, Suit Yourself Reviewed By: Anita Troulee Lynne is the queen of cool, her follow-up to 2003’s Identity Crisis continues with a consistent persona vocally of sparse moody territory, if the title of her 2003 release spoke to her Read more

Roger Cairns

Roger Cairns, Let’s… Reviewed By: Isabella Point With entertainment seeded in Roger Cairns probably from birth, it was a journey to get to jazz with many roads leading along the way, but all adding up to a versed, seasoned performer. Read more

Roberta Duchak

Roberta Duchak, Intersections Reviewed By: Constance Tucker Roberta made her Broadway debut in the musical “Ragtime.” Her National tour credits include playing the “Ghost of Christmas Past” opposite Richard Chamberlain in “Scrooge,” Hal Prince’s “Showboat” (Magnolia & Ellie), “Ragtime” (Mother), Read more