Channeling equal parts Lucinda Williams and Levon Helm, the album features Robin Lane’s rich, earthy voice supported by sparse instrumentation.
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Music Interview: Singer Songwriter Robin Lane on a “Dirt Road to Heaven”
Singer and songwriter Robin Lane talks about the genesis of her new album. She will be performing live around New England with a new ensemble.
Music Interview: Tim Jackson — on Robin Lane, The Band That Time Forgot, Johnny D’s, and the End of an Era
“I hope that these new venues still want to book the occasional seasoned musician, because audiences of all ages still love rock and roll.”
Film Feature: Local Rocker Robin Lane and Coming Back Strong “When Things Go Wrong”
Robin Lane’s story goes back to her ‘60s days as a child of Hollywood glamor, her long tenure as a Boston rock survivor, and her recent renaissance as a musical counsellor for abused women.
Film Preview: Sasha Lane on the Heroic Honesty of “American Honey”
“It was really hard to get to certain places and bring up memories and experiences and put that out there.”
Film Review: Spike Jonze’s “Her” — Is This Love Affair Creepy? Or Probing?
Is “Her” exploring truths about romance and emotional need? Or is this a creepy look into how far we’ve surrendered to the infantilizing embrace of technology?
Film Review: “A Good Person” — Grappling with Trauma
Florence Pugh tends to be cast as beautiful and indomitable characters faced with the very real possibility of madness or defeat.
Film Review: Two at the Boston Turkish Film Festival — “Kerr” and “The Burning Days”
In Turkey, liberal filmmakers must find ways to address system wide abuses without offending the censors: the opening and closing films at this week’s Turkish Film Festival make good use of that strategy.
Film Review: “Close” — Feeling the Tragic Weight of the Human Condition
Some might consider Close to be a depressing film, but its impressive understanding of human frailty and the power of forgiveness is revelatory.
Film Review: “White Noise” — Toxic Prophecy
By drawing on the insight and humor in Don DeLillo’s novel, Noah Baumbach manages to find (at least for me) affirmation and comfort in this portrait of the randomness of contemporary existence.