Articles by: Leslie Michele Derrough

Ben Harper Teams With Charlie Musselwhite For Another Courageous Round With ‘No Mercy In This Land’ (INTERVIEW)

The highly anticipated follow-up to Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite’s 2013 collaboration, Get Up!, will finally hit shelves on March 30th and it is every bit as emotional, dramatic, fun and entertaining as their first ...

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King’s X Guitarist Ty Tabor Talks Double Solo LP ‘Alien Beans’ (INTERVIEW)

Ty Tabor wasn’t planning to do a double album; he actually just wanted to gather up some of his online-only songs and put them together onto a CD for the fans. But the creativity started ...

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Myles Kennedy Embraces Blues & Acoustic On Solo Debut ‘Year of the Tiger’ (INTERVIEW)

Since 2010, Myles Kennedy has been pulling a non-stop double-duty workload as a singer for guitar player Slash’s solo band and Alter Bridge, the band he joined in 2004. Not many vocalists can pull something ...

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David Duchovny’s Muse Returns On Second LP ‘Every Third Thought’ (INTERVIEW)

Up until 2015, David Duchovny was known primarily as an actor, the star of several hit TV series – The X-Files and Californication – and movies like Kalifornia and Return To Me. But 2015 turned ...

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Margo Price and Paul Cauthen Leave Emotive Imprints at Baton Rouge’s Manship Theatre (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

When I first heard Dolly Parton sing as a little girl, it was a heartbreaking ballad about a dead child. When I first heard Loretta Lynn, she was singing about coal mines and honky tonk ...

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Duane Betts Gears 2018 Breakthrough Via Tour With Devon Allman (INTERVIEW)

Although Duane Betts is already well-known as a guitar player, having toured with Dawes a few years ago, was in Backbone 69 with Cisco Adler and Christopher Williams, and has jammed with the likes of ...

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Don McLean – Still Touring and Recording Strong After ‘American Pie’ (INTERVIEW)

Don McLean wrote (and sang) perhaps the most iconic song in American rock & roll, “American Pie.” Yet, he has done so much more than that one song which propelled him to fame, fortune and ...

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Blackberry Smoke Lights Up New Orleans’ House of Blues With Gutsy Rock & Blues (SHOW REVIEW)

There are two things you need to know about Blackberry Smoke: 1 – When they play a show anywhere near you, go. Do not hesitate, do not worry about the ticket price or what time ...

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Frank Hannon of Tesla Goes Solo With ‘From One Place To Another’ (INTERVIEW)

Frank Hannon wasn’t planning to do a record. He was setting out to improve his voice, challenge it, explore it in different ways. But a record is what he eventually found himself in the midst ...

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Anvil Goes 41 Years Strong With ‘Pounding The Pavement’ – An Interview With Lips

They are the band that would not die. Panned by critics but loved by fans and musicians alike, Anvil has had the last laugh in all the naysayers’ faces. After forty years and sixteen albums, ...

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