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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Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra Craft Their ‘Sgt. Peppers’ With ‘Stereoscope’

Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra are probably not yet a blip on your radar screen. That should change. If you are the kind of music listener that likes to connect with your music ...

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Santa Barbara Folker F.J. McMahon Revisits Classic ’69 LP ‘Spirit of the Golden Juice’ (INTERVIEW)

Sometimes surprises come out of the most unexpected places. Originally released in 1969, F.J. McMahon’s spellbinding album Spirit of the Golden Juice is a dewy, polaroid snapshot of anti-war sentiment intertwined with tales of heartbreak ...

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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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CALICO the Band: Redefining Americana (INTERVIEW)

It wasn’t all that surprising when CALICO the Band had a small New York City crowd literally howling halfway through their set at Rockwood Music Hall Wednesday evening. Considering how frequently the crowd shouted compliments ...

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Mark Erelli Makes a ‘Mixtape’ That Still Matters (INTERVIEW)

In a golden age before digital music and streaming services, Mark Erelli made his first mixtape. It was the seventh grade, and back then, a mixtape was more than just a compilation of songs: it ...

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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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Bright Light Social Hour’s Curtis Roush Steps Out With 70s Rock and R&B-Inspired Solo LP ‘Cosmic Campfire Music’ (INTERVIEW/SONG PREMIERE)

Austin band the Bright Light Social Hour have managed to gather a loyal following with a style of music that can best be described as loose, soulful rock and roll, that isn’t afraid to venture ...

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Andy West of Dixie Dregs Talks Past, Present & Reunion Tour (INTERVIEW)

On February 28th, Clearwater, Florida, will be hosting a rocking show at their Capitol Theatre, as that’s the night the reunited original Dixie Dregs will hit the stage for the first time in forty years. ...

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