Ray LaMontagne's epiphany moment in which he knew what he wanted to do with his life came while working at a shoe factory in Maine one day, when Stephen Stills' "Treetop Flyer" came on the radio. If that's what it takes to inspire talents like him to become musicians, we'll keep playing tunes like that... LaMontagne picked up a Grammy for his last album, and this fifth full-length from him has Dan Auerbach on board for a fairly complex departure from his previous four.
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After a childhood in which her musical ambitions were by and large supressed, Amelia White fled for Boston and its thriving folk scene, and now calls East Nashville home. Her latest release "Old Postcard" has received great reviews from such outlets as American Songwriter, No Depression, and WXPN, and she'll spend time with Martin Anderson in Studio B while passing through our area.