Two New Albums Are Latest Blooms From SF’s Red Poppy Art House

The Bay Area has long been a haven for creative musicians, and the Red Poppy Art House in San Francisco’s Mission District has been one of the places fostering up-and-coming artists. Two very different musicians — both with deep roots at the Red Poppy — have recently caught the attention of jazz critic Andrew Gilbert. They’re singer Tiffany Austin and accordion player Rob Reich. Gilbert reviews the latest releases from the two, Austin’s “Nothing But Soul” and Reich’s “Shadowbox.”

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