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‘In A Small Café in a Big City’

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There’s much to say about Monday’s Vox Tablet podcast, in which host Sara Ivry interviews singer-songwriter Clare Burson about her new album, Silver and Ash. The hauntingly beautiful song cycle culls the memories and memory lapses of Burson’s maternal grandmother, who departed Leipzig, Germany, on the morning of November 9, 1938, a few hours before the terror of Kristallnacht.

Memphis, Tennessee-born Burson is a classically trained violinist who has made detours into folk and bluegrass. You can learn more about her in the podcast, but for now, we’ll just leave you with a taste of her music:

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‘In A Small Café in a Big City’

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