Claire Uebelacker

Blurring the line between traditional gospel, pop-flavored CCM, country and folk music has been a popular trend in the last two years, but I wouldn’t necessarily count the new single “Here to You” from Lavendine as the result of a movement within their scene. On the contrary, there’s simply too much emotion and passion behind
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How are you feeling about this year’s music you’ve put out so far?  So far, I’ve only released one single, “Body of Water” this year. That being said, I feel very positive about it’s release and the momentum it may have started to generate! The year is coming to an end! What are you doing in
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When the world just seems like a lot and you can’t manage to keep spinning all the plates, that overwhelming exhaustion can be debilitating. At some point in your life, you’ve probably had a friend or a close relative reach out for help, ask for a hand in getting them out of their sadness. It
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Flutist Bill McBirnie teams with Bruce Jones once again for the seven song effort Forever. The two have worked together on previous releases, so they are acclimated to one another’s artistic vision and sound more in sync than ever before. The seamless compositional strengths of the songwriting are one of Forever’s standout elements; few instrumental albums in
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What’s your musical background Jeiris? I come from a family of musicians. My grandfather and uncle sang and played guitar in church. I used to sing along with my mom in the car during long road trips and thought I was pretty good at “mimicking” the singers on the radio. As I went through school,
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Between lackluster acts like Young Doctors in Love and the simply atrocious Jeremy Rice, it’s easy to get a little prejudiced against some of the so-called buzz makers emerging from the Canadian underground at the moment, but in the case of a player named Calvyn Cass, it’s understandable why he’s been bringing so much positive
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Lorenzo Gabanizza is one of those tireless, overachievers, who has mastered the art of serial songwriting. His latest release, has that sort of elder statesmen authoritarianism. “You’re Not There” is in some ways your typical blues standard, cloaked in the warmth of a tender ballad. Much of Lorenzo Gabanizza’s history is associated with his work
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Neal Fox is no stranger to expression; he’s been putting everything on the line in his records for years, living on the other side of the mainstream spectrum and putting his focus on the material and not the money end of the business. His work has been described as evocative and effervescent at times, but
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