Citizen Cope performs "Sideways" in the River Music Hall





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Citizen Cope performs "Sideways"
February 26, 2010
River Music Hall

“Sideways” is unobtrusively catchy. You’ll hear the chill rhythm, unpretentiously charted on Cope’s acoustic guitar, the sole instrument in the performance; you’ll hear the minor key and the smooth, almost jazzy melody contrasted with Cope’s hoarse, slightly mumbled vocals; you may even notice that the lyrics are kind of sweet and would pair well with your rom-com of choice; and you’ll think it’s just another of Cope’s classic folk ballads. You won’t know it’s an earworm until it’s already in your head.

Amanda C. Thompson

Music and people —both are best when they aren’t confined by labels. And a radio station that connects the two should be independent, intelligent, and diverse, like the minds of its listeners. At 92.5 the River, we celebrate that diversity every day, playing music that weaves a rock-and-roll tapestry across time and genres. Our playlist includes elements of alternative, acoustic, blues, folk, reggae, and other forms of music. You’ll hear a blend of current releases from today’s artists, your favorites from the 80s and 90s, and a few deep album cuts from the 60s and 70s. You’ll also hear artists and songs that have never been played on the radio before, because we believe that discovering new music is one of life’s simple joys, and we love to share that joy with our listeners.

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