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Ralph’s Reviews: Scott Grim – Hallelujah, Then

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Today, we take a ride on the internet highway to Williamsburg, VA to listen to Scott Grim’s solo debut. The two-song “Hallelujah, Then,” released in October 2018, is a story about love, loss, and religion, and offers a stark contrast in styles from one song to the next.

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Ralph’s Reviews: Kara Hartzell’s Self-Titled EP

Kara Hartzell’s self-titled 4-song EP is a moving story about heartbreak and life’s sudden — and sometimes, unexpected — changes. Recognizing, accepting, and moving on from life-changing events is something we all have to face at some point in our lives. To do so can be challenging and often frightening. It takes strength and courage to fight through it and move on. It’s even harder to share that with the world but, that’s exactly what Kara does with her latest release (July 2018).

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Ralph’s Reviews: Tales — and New Music — from the Road

I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel to different places to hear and discover new music. I feel that even moreso in recent months, having been able to travel and have people from other areas discover me.

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Ralph’s Reviews: Jordyn Kenzie’s Self-Titled Debut EP

If you have ever heard Jordyn Kenzie sing or seen her perform then you know that, sooner or later, something special was going to come from this talented young artist. If you haven’t, well, now is your chance. Jordyn’s newly released, self-titled EP is something very special.

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Ralph’s Reviews: Timoteo – The Weight of the World

Timoteo (Tim Gehring) is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Allentown area. His latest, “The Weight of the World,” was released on June 25, an is the most recent of several self-produced, self-recorded efforts from the one-man band, who records all of the instruments and vocals on the four-song EP.

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