Maeri Ferguson , Staff Reviewer

Maeri Ferguson has music in her blood. She grew up twenty minutes from Fort Adams, attending her first Newport Folk Fest before she could even walk, and running through the tents of the Rhythm and Roots Fest at Ninigret in her cowboy boots once she could. Most people call her Mae, thanks to her dad’s love of the Kershaw Brothers song “Hey Mae”. From the time she was 12, her parents have been hosting monthly house concerts that turn her living room into Rhode Island’s premiere destination for Americana, roots music and rock n’ roll, and exposing her to some of the greatest singer-songwriters in the music industry. She’s been listening to her dad’s radio show, the Boudin Barndance, since before she can remember, and still tunes in on Thursday nights from the apartment in Brooklyn where she now lives. She works in public relations, and has been writing about music and reviewing live shows for more than five years, currently serving as a staff writer for No Depression and Glide Magazine. You can find her on Instagram @monster_mama and on Twitter @maeriferguson.

Posts that Maeri Ferguson has contributed.

A Bond of Sisters and Singers

Album Review

A Bond of Sisters and Singers

Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer - Not Dark Yet

David Rawlings Stands Out

Album Review

David Rawlings Stands Out

David Rawlings - Poor David's Almanack

Kacy & Clayton Answer the Call

Album Review

Kacy & Clayton Answer the Call

Kacy & Clayton - The Siren's Song

Chris Robinson Brotherhood Shines a Light

Album Review

Chris Robinson Brotherhood Shines a Light

Chris Robinson Brotherhood - Barefoot in the Head

Tristen's Pop Brilliance Glitters

Album Review

Tristen's Pop Brilliance Glitters

Tristen - Sneaker Waves

Waxahatchee Breaks Up and Breaks Free

Album Review

Waxahatchee Breaks Up and Breaks Free

Waxahatchee - Out in the Storm

Nathan Xander Looks Back to Move Forward

Album Review

Nathan Xander Looks Back to Move Forward

Nathan Xander - Blue House

Michael Nau is Ready to Be Heard

Album Review

Michael Nau is Ready to Be Heard

Michael Nau - Some Twist

Jason Isbell, Loud and Clear

Album Review

Jason Isbell, Loud and Clear

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit - The Nashville Sound

Shannon McNally Sings the Empowered Blues

Album Review

Shannon McNally Sings the Empowered Blues

Shannon McNally - Black Irish

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