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Songs You Should Hear: Don’t ‘Sleep’ Too Long; STAV G’s Lucid Dream

This week’s Songs You Should Hear showcases the broad scope of the music out there for all of us — from the more traditional, to the completely unorthodox.

We love it when we get to paint from a broad palette like this — it keeps things interesting, and certainly, it gives all of our ears something new to appreciate — no matter your flavor.

Let’s start this weekend right!

Songs You Should Hear: Nov. 12, 2021

Hear What You Should

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Thursday, June 18

We don’t use the term “supergroup” lightly when we talk about Songs From the Road Band. You’ll understand why, when we tell you that the North Carolina bluegrass outfit consists of:

Mark Schimick, award-winning mandolin player
Charles Humphrey III, Grammy-winning bassist and North Carolina Music Hall of Famer
Two-time National Fiddle Champion James Schlender
Vocalist and bluegrass ambassador Sam Wharton

Hear thursday’s Daily Spinn

Buffalo Rose’s ‘Borrowed and Blue: Live Around One Microphone’ Breathes New Life Into Past Songs

Buffalo Rose is a soulfully folk-leaning sextet hailing from Pittsburgh, whose music I would liken to a sunny summer afternoon. Their upbeat, foot stomping, bluegrass-esque rhythm section, paired with perfectly blended harmonies, feels like a breath of fresh air. Their latest project, Borrowed and Blue: Live Around One Microphone, is a testament to that.

Check out ‘Borrowed and Blue’
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