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Music Review: Gene Clark [The Byrds] – ‘Two Sides to Every Story’ [2014 Deluxe Edition]


Is Gene Clark's neglected 1977 release country-rock or just country? Read More »

Music Review: Colleen Rennison – ‘See the Sky About to Rain’

Colleen Rennison - See the Sky About to Rain

Colleen Rennison is a young chanteuse who is revitalizing the tradition of expressive song interpreters. Read More »

Music Review: Jonny Two Bags – ‘Salvation Town’

Salvation Town

The Social Distortion guitarist delivers an unexpected and excellent country rock and Americana solo debut. Read More »

Book Review: `One Way Out: The Inside Story of the Allman Brothers’ by Alan Paul


The Allman Brothers Band tell their own story, just in time for their final tour. Read More »

Music Review: Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ – ‘Songs for the Turntable’


The fourth and final EP in the veteran rock band's four-EP series contains five fresh tunes. Read More »

Music Review: Sammy Hagar – ‘Sammy Hagar and Friends’


Sammy Hagar's new collection of songs employs many of his old friends in an uneven set of blues, country, and hard rock. Read More »

In 2013, The Eagles Continue to Make “History”

History of the Eagles Live in Concert

The new worldwide tour by Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey and Timothy B. Schmit's legendary rock group may be its last ever, and it features a true treat: the return of co-founder Bernie Leadon. Read More »

Music Review: I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch In The House – Mayberry

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It's music that's just as dangerous and frightening to those who value conformity as anything Johnny Cash or The Clash gave us. Read More »

Music Review: Kid Rock – Rebel Soul

Kid Rock delivers a solid country & funk-tinged release. Read More »

Music Review: Creedence Clearwater Revival – Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival: Greatest Hits & All-Time Classics

The new Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival is neither new nor ultimate, but is a good anthology for the uninitiated. Read More »