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Concert Review: AmericanaramA Festival of Music, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA, 8/3/13

AmericanaramA has set a high bar for all single-day concert events to come. Read More »

Concert Review: Americanarama Festival of Music at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA, August 3, 2013

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Generations of blues, rock, folk and alt-country musicians came together for a memorable evening that celebrated the legends of the past while showcasing the current talent. Read More »

Music DVD Review: ‘Love For Levon: A Benefit To Save The Barn’

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While this isn't the perfect recording, like Helm, its heart is in the right place, which more than makes up for any flaws. Read More »

Interview with Minus The Bear’s Guitar Wizard Dave Knudson

Knudson spoke in depth about his band's music, current tour, his gear, and how he was influenced by another great band, My Morning Jacket. Read More »

Music Review: Alabama Shakes – Boys & Girls

Alabama Shakes' debut album offers an opportunity to welcome the still-beating heart of rock & roll a new life. Read More »

Charlie Doherty’s 50 Favorite Tunes of 2011

Didn't think 2011 was great for music? With my faves list, which contains alt. rock, electronic music, metal and more, hopefully you will think better of it and discover new favorites of your own. Read More »

Concert Review: My Morning Jacket at Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, 6/26/11

A vigorous 26-song set from the Louisville rock 'n' rollers. Read More »

Music Review: My Morning Jacket – Circuital

The new effort by this veteran southern rock band has some instant classics but falls short of measuring up to its other classic albums. Read More »

Music Review: The Megaphonic Thrift – Decay Decoy

There's beauty in the wheels-falling-off-the-speeding-truck punk music. Read More »

Music Review: Band Of Horses – Infinite Arms

The two sides of Band of Horses put it all together for its most consistent album yet. Read More »