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The Case of the Mysterious Banjo Player

One good thing about playing crappy dives: lots of interesting stories for the grandkids. Read More »

Book Review: Composed: A Memoir by Rosanne Cash

Cash brings the same sensitive touch you can hear in her music to Composed. Read More »

Guilty Pleasures

Where Robert Palmer meets Louis Prima, "Big Night," and HBO's new Band of Blowhards on Treme. Read More »

Guns, Drugs, Money, and Vinyl… Welcome to School Kids

Working my way through school at Ohio University in the late-Seventies, one album at a time Read More »

The World’s Greatest Advertising Jingle

Can a 40-year-old ad create happiness and harmony in our community? Read More »

Juliet, Naked… with the Fat Man in the Bathtub

There are more than a few parallels between Nick Hornby's new book and the life and music of Lowell George. Read More »

Me and The Bo

My experience gigging with the late, great Bo Diddley. Read More »

Little Walter, By The Book

Our Rubber City Reviewer reads about his favorite bluesman's messy life — and plays back a few highlights. Read More »