Born and raised in a little town in the Florida panhandle, Gallagher's education took her back and forth to Virginia, first as a summer intern for NASA, then later for field research studying tree rings while in grad school. Now a resident of British Columbia, Canada, where she's finishing her PhD in Landscape Ecology, Gallagher is still writing and singing love songs to her first real home away from home.
A-Sides with Jon Chattman: My Morning Jacket's Carl Broemel Goes it Alone; Gabe Dixon Goes for the "Gold"
But, let's get back to that solo gig, which I wrongly sandwiched in the paragraph above. It's been six years since his last
Bruce Springsteen Won't Sing In North Carolina. Here's A List Of Bands Scheduled To Play There This Summer. Who's Next?
More big-name musicians must step forward and say: "There's always more money, but I only have one name. And I won't have people shouting my name in states where there are citizens who have no rights."
A-Sides Presents: Singer/Songwriter Throwdown With Father John Misty and Ray LaMontagne's Respective Beards
Here are the results of last night's real slubberknocker between Father John Misty's beard taking on Ray LaMontagne's facial broom.
The singer-songwriter exclusively premieres the lyric video for "Hey, No Pressure."
A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Deploying The Belle Brigade and Unleashing the Inaugural Five for Fighting with Five for Fighting
2014 is winding down, but The Belle Brigade will likely feel it, love it, and live it long after the ball drops in Time Square
This week's playlist features music from Nada Surf, The Rolling Stones, Radiohead, Tears for Fears, and more.
It has been six years since LaMontagne's last solo effort, "Gossip In The Grain," and certainly he has changed as a person
"Supernova" Tracklist: Watch the spectacular video above, and check out the album cover and tracklist for LaMontagne's fifth
About A-Sides Music Jon Chattman's "A-Sides Music" series was established in August 2011 and usually features artists (established
Paul Kelly is a well known and highly respected songwriter all over the world, but not necessarily in the United States. Here he shares his thoughts about his music having been somewhat elusive to American audiences.
Brandi: My greatest piece of advice -- and it's not taking a shot at individualism -- is to band together with other artists, and to completely abandon the idea of the competitive nature of music.