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Book Review: ‘It’s Not Only Rock ‘n Roll: Iconic Musicians Reveal the Source of Their Creativity’ by Jenny Boyd

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Boyd provides a serious and scholarly treatise on the nature of creativy, with quotes from 75 musicians from many areas of popular music. Read More »

Interview: Laurie Niles, Author of ‘The Violinist.com Interviews: Volume 1′

The creator of Violinist.com talks about her new book.

I love that Violinist.com helps teachers, violinists and students who might be geographically isolated to find colleagues. Read More »

Only the Good Die Young: 7 Stars Who Died at 27

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It's a sad fact that many great artists died too soon through untimely tragedies or the consequences of bad habits. Was there any way these stars could have turned things around? Read More »

Tough Times for Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra may be on the verge of extinction. Read More »

Book Review: Way Down: Playing Bass with Elvis, Dylan, the Doors, and More by Jerry Scheff

Without descending into "tell-all" sensationalism, Way Down is an entertaining and informative memoir about Jerry Scheff as a working musician. Read More »

Hopping on the Bandstand with the 1-4-5’s

Jumping on stage with a blues band; jazz begins its comeback tour! Read More »

Spinning Vinyl in a Digital World

Is new technology necessarily better? Read More »

Book Review: It’s So Easy (And Other Lies) by Duff McKagan

Former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan's memoirs tell a wild tale. Read More »

Book Review: Mastering Creative Anxiety by Eric Maisel

Solutions to paralyzing anxieties that plague all types of creatives and block the practice of their arts. Read More »

Book Review: Black Sabbath FAQ by Martin Popoff

A true tell-all book about the one of the greatest names in rock. Read More »