Interviews

KIMOCK Ventures Into The Deep End On ‘Satellite City’ – An Interview with Steve Kimock

Much like he slowly unfurls the guitar passages he plays, Steve Kimock collects his thoughts carefully, patiently and precisely when he talks. As a result, his account of the sequence of events leading up to ...

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Gill Landry Finds His True Musical Calling On “Love Rides A Dark Horse’ (INTERVIEW)

Love Rides A Dark Horse, and so does Gill Landry. After producing a handful of solid albums both as a solo artist and with Old Crow Medicine Show before leaving the group, Landry came out ...

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Co-Lead Singer/Keyboardist Lawrence Gowan of Styx Gets The Big Show On The Road (INTERVIEW)

“Light it up, let’s get this show on the road!” Co-lead singer/keyboard player Lawrence Gowan sings out the rally cry and Styx is off and running for ninety-plus minutes of rock & roll at Studio ...

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Dori Freeman Releases Pristine Vocal Showcase ‘Letters Never Read’ (INTERVIEW)

For the second time in just the last two years, Dori Freeman has released a delightful vocal showcase in sophomore album Letters Never Read. Freeman’s primary asset is her sweet, powerful voice. It’s one that ...

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Deer Tick’s John McCauley Gives The Lowdown On New LPS Volume 1 & 2 (INTERVIEW)

Great songs might be hard to write for some, but for John McCauley and Deer Ticks quantity vs quality has never been an issue. The Providence, Rhode Island quartet might be New England’s most essential ...

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Rachel Baiman Takes A Weighty Stand On Solo LP ‘Shame’ (INTERVIEW)

“Shame,” the solo album from Rachel Baiman, who is half of the roots duo, 10 String Symphony, is a reflection on the experience of being a woman in today’s America. The discussion starts on the ...

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48 Years of Grand Funk Railroad: An Interview With Founder/Singer/Drummer Don Brewer

“We’re An American Band.” “Some Kind Of Wonderful.” “I’m Your Captain/Closer To Home.” For Grand Funk Railroad, the hits kept rolling in the seventies as they packed arenas for supercharged live shows. Mark Farner, Don ...

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Benedict Andrews On Blurring The Black-And-White With His New Film ‘Una’ (INTERVIEW)

Director Benedict Andrews sits down to discuss his latest film Una, starring Rooney Mara and Ben Mendelsohn.

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Mile Twelve Makes Statement For Progressive Bluegrass (INTERVIEW)

With a statement-making debut album in Onwards and the 2017 IBMA Band Momentum Award in hand, it’s hard to shake the feeling that Mile Twelve is headed somewhere. Onwards is a bold debut for the ...

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Texas Singer Songwriter Susan Gibson On Penning Dixie Chicks Hit & New EP ‘Remember Who You Are’ (INTERVIEW)

Susan Gibson, a talented Texas songwriter most well known for penning the Dixie Chicks’ smash hit “Wide Open Spaces,” takes time to reflect on her upbringing and some traumatic events in her life on her ...

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