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    • Kelsey Waldon

      Kelsey Waldon’s The Goldmine is just that – a goldmine. Hers is unashamedly country music, without all the pop-glitter insincerity that...

      Be FunJon KarrJune 30, 2014
    • Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s

      Over the past nine years, Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s have managed to create six albums – each significantly...

      Be FunJon KarrJune 23, 2014
    • The Bloody Nerve

      The Bloody Nerve cook up their sound both slick and dirty. Mix two parts rock with some blues and soul, and...

      Be FunJon KarrJune 16, 2014
    • Failure

      For those who know, Failure’s Fantastic Planet is the ultimate unsung masterpiece. It is the stratospheric final album of a band...

      Be FunJon KarrJune 9, 2014
    • Justin Klump – The Night is Young

      Justin Klump’s new three-song EP, The Night is Young, brilliantly explores memory of the past and participation in the present. It is...

      Be FunJon KarrJune 2, 2014
    • Emily Barker

      It would be easy, at first glance, to miss the depth feeling of and nuance of social commentary in Emily Barker’s...

      Be FunJon KarrMay 26, 2014
    • Korby Lenker

      Korby Lenker writes songs that are unassuming and often simple, yet capable of eliciting a remarkable depth of meaning. He often...

      Be FunJon KarrMay 19, 2014
    • The Dirty Guv’nahs

      There’s a reason The Dirty Guv’nahs have such a devoted fan base. Unlike many other bands, their soul-fueled, roots rock performances...

      Be FunJon KarrMay 5, 2014
    • Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes

      Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes believe in man over machine. Their electro-pop rock songs have all the humanity of a...

      Be FunJon KarrApril 14, 2014
    • Augustines

      It seems that giving up has never been an option for Augustines. Although they have experienced trials and tragedy, they manage...

      Be FunJon KarrMarch 31, 2014
    • Artist: Andrew Ripp

      Andrew Ripp doesn’t shy away from the truth. He’s got the spirit of a soul singer: a spirit that finds its...

      Be FunJon KarrMarch 24, 2014
    • Ellie Holcomb

      Ellie Holcomb has the kind of sincere voice that makes you feel like you are talking to an old friend. Her music...

      Be FunJon KarrMarch 17, 2014
    • Jillian Edwards

      There’s a breath of honesty in everything Jillian Edwards writes. Her songs elicit faith and hope in the presence of darkness...

      Be FunJon KarrMarch 10, 2014
    • Peter Bradley Adams

      Peter Bradley Adams knows how to convey a sense of space. His music speaks of both vast, wide openness and close,...

      Be FunJon KarrMarch 3, 2014
    • Artist: Jill Andrews Interview

      With a voice that couples the intimacy of personal experience with the distance of wisdom, Jill Andrews’ songs feel like confessions....

      Badass WomenJon KarrJanuary 6, 2014
    • A New York Minute with Musician: Matt Wertz

      Matt Wertz’s new album, Heatwave, may surprise long-time fans. Its throwback sound is a nod to the days of Bryan Adams...

      Be FunJon KarrAugust 19, 2013
    • A New York Minute with Musician: Brooke Waggoner

      Behold the spark of magic that is Brooke Waggoner’s Originator. Madly bold and fearless, the album’s dramatic force is a testament...

      Be FunJon KarrAugust 5, 2013
    • A New York Minute with Musician: Jonathan Winstead

      Jonathan Winstead has a love of people and of life that is infectious.  His music is a celebration of this love,...

      Be FunJon KarrFebruary 18, 2013
    • A New York Minute with Musicians: Sixpence None the Richer

      With all the success Sixpence None the Richer has had over the years, it would be easy for them to decide...

      Be FunJon KarrFebruary 4, 2013