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Music Review: Jesse Winchester – Love Filling Station

The prolific singer-songwriter is back for the third time in only 28 years. Read More »

Join Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers’ Conscious Party

21 years ago, Ziggy Marley and his band teamed up with two Talking Heads to produce a classic reggae album. Read More »

Book Review: The Story Of AC/DC: Let There Be Rock, 2nd Edition by Susan Masino

This book covers pretty much every aspect of the life and times of AC/DC. Read More »

Book Review: Waiting For The Sun: A Rock ‘N’ Roll History Of Los Angeles by Barney Hoskyns

The Glory Days Of L.A. Music. Read More »

Retro Redux: Marchin’ To The Train With King Curtis

The song wasn't originally written as a march, but it seemed to work out pretty well this time. Read More »

The Rockologist On National Record Store Day

I plan on supporting National Record Store Day this Saturday, and you should too. Read More »

Music Review: Billy Boy Arnold, John Primer, Billy Branch, & Lurrie Bell – Chicago Blues A Living History

Reaffirms the blues don't belong in a museum, and are every bit as vital as they ever were. Read More »

Retro Redux: Dave ‘Baby’ Cortez And His Happy Organ

His instrument always seemed to be in a very good mood. Read More »

Music Review: High Performance – Live From Breaux Bridge: Pt 1

Some of the best of the current crop of Cajun stars offer up their salute to the legends. Read More »

Is Popular Music an Effective Vehicle for Political Discourse?

An in-depth study of the worlds of politics and music, and how they clash when they clash. Read More »