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Fretboard Master Doyle Bramhall II Serves Up Another Six String Classic Via ‘Shades’ (INTERVIEW)

Considering it took Doyle Bramhall II fifteen years between 2001’s Welcome and 2016’s Rich Man, one might not have been expecting another album from the Texas guitar player so quickly. But the creative juices were ...

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Frontman Luke Spiller Of The Struts Talks New LP ‘ Young & Dangerous’ & Opening For The Stones (INTERVIEW)

With a cool new album dropping later this month, The Struts continue on their journey to bigger & better music. With a few EPs and a full-length debut album, Everybody Wants, under their belts, and ...

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Cream’s Blood Continues The Power Trio Legacy With ‘The Music Of Cream: 50th Anniversary World Tour’ – A Conversation With Malcolm Bruce

The music of Cream has influenced a generation, or two, of musicians, while their songs, birthed within a short period of time, have become timeless classics. Who doesn’t recognize “Sunshine Of Your Love” or “White ...

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80’s Hitmaker Paul Young Has Come Back To Stay With Timeless Voice (INTERVIEW)

In the 1980’s, you didn’t get much hotter than Paul Young. His songs were pop hits that oozed with his smooth vocals and R&B-grooving melodies. His first solo album, 1983’s No Parlez, brought him success ...

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Vocal Dynamo Dorothy Talks New LP ’28 Days in The Valley’ & Gears Up For Tour With Greta Van Fleet (INTERVIEW)

For an artist like Dorothy Martin, whose latest album, 28 Days In The Valley, is a to-the-bone rawness synchronized to bluesy psychedelic swirls of grungy guitars and naked emotional exasperations, being honest is what makes ...

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Midge Ure of Ultravox Talks Highly Influential Career & Current Tour With Paul Young (INTERVIEW)

To paraphrase the singer, if you don’t know what a Midge Ure is, you’ll find out soon enough. A virtual musical god in the UK, Midge Ure is the voice behind some of Ultravox’s biggest ...

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Jake Shimabukuro’s Mission To Make The Ukulele Cool (INTERVIEW)

If you still think the ukulele is not cool, then you haven’t heard it in the hands of Jake Shimabukuro. One minute it can sound like a lush lullaby, like the waves hitting the shores ...

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Foreigner Bassist Rick Wills Talks Upcoming ‘Then and Now’ Reunion Show (INTERVIEW)

Being in the right place at the right time definitely has its advantages; but to go the next step with your stroke of good luck takes talent, determination and passion for what it is that ...

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Emily Kinney Evolves From ‘Walking Dead’ to Flourishing Singer-Songwriter (INTERVIEW)

On first glance, Emily Kinney’s songs are sweet and bubbly; but when you give them another go-round, especially those on her upcoming album, Oh Jonathan, out next month, the layers start peeling open like a ...

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Singer-Songwriter Elijah Newman Heads For Sonic Glory on Fifth Album (INTERVIEW)

Singer-songwriter Elijah Newman is in the process of preparing his fifth record for release and if the first single/video is any indication, it’s going to continue to jump down the rabbit hole of Newman’s emotions ...

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