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All of the above, however, is exactly what some purists have quibbled with: La Montagne or classic soul records, but to more experienced ears, they’re just calorie-free exercises in nostalgia. He may not have scaled the heights of the artists his music so strongly evokes, but La Montagne is a fine songwriter – and one who, as , but these 10 tracks find La Montagne squarely in his folk-soul wheelhouse, moving comfortably between midtempo burners and hushed, urgent ballads.
(On the sixth track, “Meg White,” he even flashes a sense of humor.) It won’t change your life, and it doesn’t deserve a spot next to the true classics of the genre, but is one of the most pleasurable listens that classic rock fans are going to find this fall, and it offers further proof that Ray La Montagne is a developing artist with a voice worth hearing – and if it’s a voice that it feels like we’ve heard before, so much the better.
News of drummer Meg White’s death spread quickly earlier this week causing concern among fans across the world.
However the April 2018 report has now been confirmed as a complete hoax and just the latest in a string of fake celebrity death reports. Meg White’ Facebook page attracted nearly one million of ‘likes’.
Where as some trusting fans believed the post, others were immediately skeptical of the report, perhaps learning their lesson from the huge amount of fake death reports emerging about celebrities over recent months.
Some pointed out that the news had not been carried on any major American network, indicating that it was a fake report, as the death of a drummer of Meg White's stature would be major news across networks.
Others say this shows her extreme popularity across the globe.© 2018 Media Mass All rights reserved. Interview with Ray’s wife, poet Sarah Sousa, on the Writer’s Voice discussing her collection of poetry Church of Needles and The Diary of Esther Small; 1886 which she edited and transcribed.Host Francesca Rheannon and Sousa discuss poetry of witness as one means of giving voice to ordinary women in history who were rendered voiceless through cultural oppression and devaluation.Sounding like the ghost of Sam Cooke singing an album of Van Morrison covers, La Montagne came pre-packed with the kind of mythology that used to go hand-in-hand with rock & roll stardom: Bearded, dirt-poor, moved to create music when he heard Stephen Stills’ “Tree Top Flyer” on the radio during his shift in a Maine shoe factory – and prone to breaking down crying while singing his nakedly emotional songs in concert.La Montagne’s debut, was an NPR record if there ever was one, but it was a breath of fresh air too powerful to resist.