#MusicMonday: Bob Dylan, “Mr. Tambourine Man”

The man is a song-writing legend. He’s an icon of the American music scene. His work has spanned generations. And as of last week, he can now say that he’s the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature. There’s not much to say that hasn’t already been said about Bob Dylan. And even if there […]

#MusicMonday: City and Colour, “The Golden State”

If there’s one virtue that doesn’t seem to grow well in American soil, it’s contentment. We want to have it all. We want more money, more beauty, more health, more comfort, more entertainment. And yet in the midst of our longing for more, we run the risk of missing the unique wonder of our present […]

#MusicMonday: Quiet Hollers, “Mont Blanc”

The end of the world has a way of changing one’s priorities. At least that’s what the Louisville-based Quiet Hollers would seem to suggest in their hauntingly beautiful track “Mont Blanc.” Situated against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic landscape, this gem of a song explores the permanence of love in a world where nothing else seems to […]