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Crystal Bowersox: It’s Like This

“As I’ve gotten older it’s a different process than when I was young and angsty, of course,” says Bowersox of her songwriting. “It was like things were pouring out of me—I couldn’t stop writing. Now I’m older. I’m a little more mellow. I’m writing songs about happier things.” With such contentedness, she explains, she feels more confident in exploring her ... Read More »

Music Review: The Wallflowers – Glad All Over

Glad All Over will make Wallflowers fans glad that they are back strong after a seven-year break. Read More »

Music Review: True Blood: Music from the HBO Original Series, Vol. 3

The HBO hit drama True Blood delivers another great soundtrack. Read More »

Music Review: Glen Campbell – Ghost on the Canvas

Despite his recent diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, Campbell's final studio album is not one of wallowing, mournful resignation. Read More »

Train Holds Top Single, Jack Johnson and Slash Dominate Album Sales at iTunes Music Store

Why can't Axl get a hit record without Slash? Read More »

Posthumous Releases from Elliott Smith, Jeff Healey; New Music From Jakob Dylan Headline New CD Releases

Elliott Smith has been remastered and not everyone will like it... Read More »

An Interview with Jakob Dylan

Jakob Dylan discusses his new solo album, Women and Country, touching on its themes and how his songwriting manifested in its songs. Read More »

Jakob Dylan Previews New Album Women & Country

Can't wait another month for Dylan's second solo venture? Good news! Two tracks are already available for free download. Read More »

Music Review: Cassandra Wilson – Closer to You: The Pop Side

Wilson's amazing voice is lost on some of these pop classics. Read More »