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Gregg Allman Macon

Plus Gregg Allman, JD Souther, Mick Jones, Indigo Girls and more. Read More »

Music Review: zzips – ‘20 Years Late’

The zzips 20 Years Late

Can you guess how many years this album was in the making? Read More »

Music Review: Paul Doffing – ‘Songs from the (quaking) Heart’

Songs from the (quaking) Heart

‘Songs from the (quaking) Heart’ is a three act play with a grand finale. Read More »

Music Review: The Furious Seasons – ‘My Love Is Strong’

The Furious Seasons' 'My Love Is Strong'

‘My Love Is Strong’ would fit right into the music collection of those who love original easy listening songs imbibed with folk, Americana, and country flavours. Read More »

Music Reviews: Reverend Freakchild – ‘Hillbilly Zen-Punk Blues'; Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank – ‘American Shuffle’

hobo nephews of uncle frank american shuffle

Chunky grooves, spidery guitar, and homespun philosophy fuel the aptly named 'Hillbilly Zen-Punk Blues,' the latest and best-yet release from Reverend Freakchild. Read More »

Music Review: Kings of the Brushwood Thicket – ‘The Lies You Leave Behind’

TRINIDAD, CUBA - MAY 8, 2014: Man playing the guitar in front of one of the colonial buildings. Cuban music is an attraction for the over 2 million tourists who go to Cuba each year.

The eight other tracks on ‘The Lies You Leave Behind’ are what one would expect after last month’s (Elliott Smith-sounding) single release, "He Was a Man". Read More »

Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Commemorated on Stage, on Screen, and on the Page

The Grateful Dead, photo courtesy of Fathom Events

The Dead played their first documented concert at Magoo's Pizza Parlor on May 5, 1965. Read More »

Music Review: The Morning Birds – “Jimmy Dean” Single

The-Morning-Birds

Contrasting layers and styles are smoothly put together in "Jimmy Dean". Read More »

Music Review: Dion – ‘Recorded Live at the Bitter End, August 1971′

Courtesy of Omnivore Records

This live recording caught Dion at the height of his skill as an acoustic singer-songwriter who defined "hip" for his fans. Read More »

Music Review: Ryan Adams – ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’

Ryan Adams - Live at Carnegie Hall

If you love Ryan Adams at all, this is a wonderful release if you are able to get your hands on it - the live album will be available to purchase April 21. Read More »