Tag Archives: contemporary folk

Antonio Lopez’s ‘Going to the City’ is More Than Meets the Eye

Antonio Lopez’s new single, “Going to the City,” is autobiographical in one sense. The southern Colorado native migrated from his home to the more urbanized region of the state in pursuit of a music career.

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Daily Spinn: Loryn Taggart Finds Her Strength on ‘The River’

Montreal-based songwriter Loryn Taggart has made quite a name for herself north of the border. After leaving home at age 16 to pursue music full-time in Toronto, Taggart has had the good fortune of touring the country, opening for the likes of prominent Canadian folk artist Donovan Woods, and scoring several award nominations along the way.

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Daily Spinn: The Little Blue Hearts’ Tale of Togetherness and Recovery

As we learned from his single, “Eyes to the Sky,” Walter DeBarr knows a thing or two about perseverance. However, he also knows that no man can go on this journey alone.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, July 31

Massachusetts native Izzy Heltai is preparing to release his debut full-length album, Father, on October 9.

Heltai, who is trans, offers a unique view on coming to terms with, and accepting, your true self. On Father, he does this while delivering messages of empathy and accountability to the masses — at a time when they are, perhaps, more important than ever.

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