All three are singer/songwriters whose individual gifts mesh seamlessly with soaring harmonies and a like-minded empathetic view of the world.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
A documentary about a “crazy genius,” theater owner and film distributor Donald Rugoff, a difficult but insatiable P.T. Barnum-like impresario whose storied rise and tragic fall in the movie business has been overlooked.
The opportunity to see the culture-changing Broadway phenomenon Hamilton on Disney Plus, sucked up all the arts oxygen over the Fourth of July weekend.
Arts Fuse contributor Glenn Rifkin chats about his time with the magazine and his latest book, “Future Forward.”
His songs have been recorded by the likes of Bonnie Raitt and Diana Krall. For many, his rank — just short of superstardom — remains a mystery. He’s just too good to be less than a household name.
It’s impossible not to be moved by Lauren Gunderson’s elegant, understated writing.
“Our intention was something other than being famous. When you create art from that place, a song is going to connect with people.”
For Bob Childs, the idea of breaking up this joyous, talented musical ensemble is bittersweet.
Three jug band legends — John Sebastian, Geoff Muldaur, and Jim Kweskin reunite.