Have you ever had one of those fantastic moments on Frenchmen Street where you happened to be en route to a bar then stumble upon some amazing music in the streets? You’ve probably had more then you can count any given night, which is exactly what the opening track, "Late Last Night," from B. Singer instantly and satisfyingly reminded me of. The track comes from the band’s latest creation Cherryfield, a blend of folksy blues and Southern soul. The sweet sound that is created by the mandolin, banjo, piano, guitar, bass, and crooning vocal duets is akin to the saccharine tunes of Patsy Cline. Born in London, Bartholomew Singer arranged a talented group of musicians for this album including Kelly Carlyle Smith, Nasimiyu Murumba, and Peter Orr. This band joins the ranks of folk locals Hurrah for the Riff Raff with their melancholy mood, wonderful writing, and vivid and textured songs. Songs like "Frenchmen Street Music" and "The Crawfish Song" definitely shine with a Louisiana feel, however this music can be universal; fans of folk, roots, blue grass, and even jangly, goodtime ragtime and jazz can fancy Cherryfield. Get ready to swing and clap along to these Weeping Willow lullabies.