Tag: Concert Review

Live: Rosanne Cash @ Union Chapel

I first heard Rosanne Cash years ago, on a video recording of a show from sometime in the 1990s, featuring Cash with country/folk peers Nanci Griffith and Mary Chapin Carpenter. The three songwriters were sitting around in a semi-circle, each with a guitar, a microphone and a stash of songs that veered between the heartbreaking and the hilarious. No backing band, no light show, just pure voices and strange stories. Tonight was the first time I’d attended one of Cash’s shows and she proved that her voice, playing and songs now have even more extraordinary power to enchant. If...

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Live: The Wave Pictures @ The Dome.

One of the best things about The Wave Pictures, besides their impressive output (15 studio albums and countless EPs and singles in their 10+ years together) is David Tattersall’s distinctive voice. It will remind you of other bands while being utterly unique; a bit yelpy and undeniably earnest. He tells stories of awkward people and funny situations that totally draw you in. Their latest album Great Big Flamingo Burning Moon was produced and co-written by lo-fi garage-rock legend Billy Childish, who used to frequently play this very venue before forgoing live shows altogether (allegedly because modern sound systems don’t...

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