Tag: Review

Heather Lynne Horton “Don’t Mess with Mrs. Murphy” – Full Review

Heather Lynne Horton “Don’t Mess with Mrs. Murphy” – Full Review

July 4, 2017 | By

“Don’t Mess with Mrs. Murphy” — Uncomfortably Honest in the Most Perfect of Ways Guest review by : Heather Cook Scala To understand why this record is so very important to Heather Lynne Horton, one must first understand her history. From birth, music has given meaning to her life; oftentimes in an all-consuming form. Horton […]

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Concert Review – Four Voices at Massey Hall Toronto

Concert Review – Four Voices at Massey Hall Toronto

June 15, 2017 | By

Last night, at Massey Hall, I got to sit front and centre for one of the very best concerts I’ve ever had the joy to witness. Joan Baez, a lifelong hero of mine for her willingness to always speak truth to power, and to act on her beliefs. Mary Chapin Carpenter, a brilliant, if understated, […]

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Uneven Ground from Lynne Hanson – Feature Album of the Week

Uneven Ground from Lynne Hanson – Feature Album of the Week

April 8, 2017 | By

Lynne Hanson has been a favourite here at FolkNRoots Radio for quite a while now, so when I heard that she had a new record coming down the pipe, excited anticipation hit hard. Adding to the anticipation was the fact that Winnipeg based singer songwriter Scott Nolan was on board as producer. When I started listening […]

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