Conshohocken's famous session spot has been the home of the Butcher Bros.—better known as Phil and Joe Nicolo—for decades. But Yip's made an indelible mark there too.
"If you’re a musician, people don’t seem to really care," says the Mt. Airy-raised frontman. "You’re just like anybody else."
With a sophomore LP borne on the wings of love, this Philly girl is stepping further outside her famous kin’s shadow.
His renewed and refurbished Boot & Saddle brings the feel of the Old West to the not-so-old hipsters of Philadelphia.
What a great idea: a documentary about the making of the soundtrack to the new Coen Brothers’ film, Inside Llewyn Davis, that you release on Showtime before the film comes out. Due out Dec. 20 (it saw a limited release last week), the films tells the story of one week in the life of a [...]