Shareef Ali-A Place To Remember The Dead

Something often forgotten by today’s folk singers is that folk music has a wider range than most genres. It can be a heartfelt ballad, a story of hope, or a call to arms for a downtrodden people. Shareef Ali, based out of the Bay Area in California, seems to understand this better than most. His new album, A Place To Remember The Dead, runs the … Continue reading Shareef Ali-A Place To Remember The Dead

Frank Turner-England Keep My Bones

I knew about a minute in to England Keep My Bones that I was going to love this record. Frank Turner, former hardcore punk rocker turned singer/songwriter has put together a near-perfect twelve songs on his fourth full-length solo effort. The thing that hooked me was the opening track, “Eulogy.” It’s a short song, and about half of it is a horn-led intro. Once the … Continue reading Frank Turner-England Keep My Bones