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Adam Levy

Adam Levy is best known for his steady gig as the featured guitarist in Norah Jones' Handsome Band. He played on her breakout 2002 disk Come Away with Me and her 2004 follow-up Feels Like Home. More recently, he played on Amos Lee's eponymous Blue Note debut. In addition to Levy's skills as a player, he is a gifted songwriter. He penned "In the Morning" for Jones' Feels Like Home, and other artists have recorded his songs as well. The best way to hear Levy's folk/pop/blues gems, however, is straight from the source.

ARTICLE: RADIO

The COVID Chronicles, Vol. 1

Read "The COVID Chronicles, Vol. 1" reviewed by Leo Sidran

How is Coronavirus impacting the creative class? What happens when musicians lose their primary income overnight? What opportunities are there for creativity in this moment of social distancing? What is the conversation for performing musicians, online creators, and artists? How is it different in countries with a social safety net? Victoria Canal, Jack Conte, ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

The 5th Annual Alternative Guitar Summit: February 4, 2015 @ Shapeshifter Lab And February 6-8, 2015 @ Rockwood Music Hall

The 5th Annual Alternative Guitar Summit: February 4, 2015 @ Shapeshifter Lab And February 6-8, 2015 @ Rockwood Music Hall

Presenting 22 Guitarists, New Podcast Featuring Nels Cline, Plus Masterclasses @ Spectrum The 2015 AGS will feature 22 Guitarists!: Ben Monder, Steve Mackey, Scott Johnson, Lee Ranaldo, Liberty Ellman, David Gilmore, Joel Harrison, Miles Okazaki, Kenny Wessel, Doug Wamble, Adam Levy, Sheryl Bailey, Michael Gregory Jackson, Anders Nilsson, Aaron Dugan, Marco Cappelli, Gyan Riley, David Fiuczynski, ...

Town & Country

Label: Lost Wax Music
Released: 2014

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Billie Davies: 12 Volt

Read "12 Volt" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Drummer Billie Davies' previous recording, All About Love (Self Produced, 2012) was novel and compelling, a trombone trio with the drummer lead. Davies assembled original and standard works, achieving both educational and artistic endpoints. The present recording, 12 Volt, retains the trio format, substituting the guitar for the trombone and pushes the trio envelope out with ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Billie Davies: 12 Volt

Read "12 Volt" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Belgium native and Los Angeles based drummer Billie Davies continues to forge her own path in the improvised music world. Endowed with an explorative temperament and unique, yet definite swing sense, Davies pays homage to Gypsy musicians on her fourth release as a leader, 12 Volt. Just to be clear, this is not an ...

Get Your Glow On

Label: Meta Records
Released: 2003

Buttermilk Channel

Label: Lost Wax Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Buttermilk Channel, That's All She Wrote, I Guess, Out of Harm's Way, Dear John, Orange You Glad, Sphere of Influence.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Adam Levy: Buttermilk Channel

Read "Buttermilk Channel" reviewed by Joel Roberts

I don't know if guitarist Adam Levy made Buttermilk Channel with the searing heat of New York in July in mind, but his impressive debut effort as a leader makes perfect listening for lazy, languorous midsummer city days. On this groove-based trio album (featuring New York stalwarts Larry Goldings on organ and Kenny Wollesen on drums), ...


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