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Author Archives: Donald Gibson

Donald Gibson is the publisher of and a freelance music journalist whose byline has appeared in such publications as No Depression, Spinner, The Seattle Post Intelligencer, Cinema Sentries, Blinded by Sound, and Blogcritics, where he was the Senior Music Editor (2011-2012) and Assistant Music Editor (2008-2011). He has interviewed and profiled such artists as Tony Bennett, Lucinda Williams, Jakob Dylan, Allen Toussaint, Boz Scaggs, Charli XCX, Justin Hayward (The Moody Blues), Susanna Hoffs, Bruce Hornsby, Delbert McClinton, Jonny Lang, Alan Parsons, Bill Frisell, Joan Armatrading, Christina Perri, Don Felder (The Eagles), Jimmy Webb, Katie Melua, and Buddy Guy, among many others.

ZZ Ward Makes A Dynamic First Impression

With her debut LP, 'Til the Casket Drops, Ward summons the blues, hip/hop, and pop with grit and one hell of a voice. Read More »

An Interview with Colin Blunstone

The Zombies' lead singer discusses his new solo album, his old band, and how he's remained one of pop music's most evocative voices for 50 years. Read More »

Music Review: Buddy Guy – Live at Legends

The music legend's temerity and mind-boggling talent is palpable on this new live album. Read More »

Music Review: Haroula Rose – So Easy [EP]

The L.A.-based singer/songwriter reflects her continued progress with this modest collection. Read More »

Sebastian Mikael: An Artist On The Verge

R&B/pop singer/songwriter Sebastian Mikael emerges with a wealth of talent and promise. Read More »

An Interview with Tom Keifer

The Cinderella frontman discusses how he's contended with a harrowing neurological affliction while defiantly creating his upcoming solo debut. Read More »

An Interview with Don Felder

The former Eagles' lead guitarist talks about flying solo with a new album and a positive outlook on his life and legendary career. Read More »

An Interview with Tony Bennett

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The music legend discusses his latest album, Viva Duets, and his deep appreciation of his craft. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – Some Girls – Live in Texas ‘78

The Stones rolled into Texas with a number one album in America, but they still had something to prove. Read More »

An Interview with Nona Hendryx

The funk/rock legend offers insights to her timely new album, Mutatis Mutandis, her first solo effort in 20 years. Read More »