A blues artist in today's musical conversation may have a difficult time finding their place. The blues, of course, is one of America's traditions, one that is deeply rooted in the soil of Americana and music history as a whole. But in the case of the Reverend Shawn Amos, discovering the blues was not only a way of locating his voice but finding his seat in the musical conversation, too.
yMusic members Hideaki Aomori and C.J. Camerieri stop by Classicalite's exposed brick living room to chat about everything from remixing 'Balance Problems' to playing under Sufjan Stevens to just what Nadia Sirota will play next on WQXR's Q2.
If you haven't been on the Lang Lang train lately then you may want to board at the next station--and that station is non other than our C-Lite A.V. Club. With some exclusive clips from Lang Lang, premiering his ninth grade protégé Clayton Stephenson there's little to hinder the steep rise of the classical pianist.
Classicalite favorites Time for Three haven't just been hacking away at the tarmac--they have, finally, gotten off the ground and made it backstage to Dancing with the Stars.