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Music Review: kettles/eno – ‘The Jake Leg Chronicles’

Photo credit: Jill Kettles

Get ready for an intense ride through both the dark and the light side of Southern culture with Steed Kettles and Jeff Eno. 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: Randall Bramblett – The Bright Spots

A new album from the the underrated Randall Bramblett. Read More »

Music Review: Duane Allman – Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective

Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective is as much overall popular music history lesson, as it is an essential chronicle of the man himself. Read More »

Music Review: Devon Allman – Turquoise

From the southern rock and electric blues genre comes a new album from a familiar name. Read More »

Music Review: The Bohannons – Unaka Rising

Unaka Rising is unique, homegrown roots rock that demands attention and defies categories. Read More »

Music Review: Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ – Songs from the Laundromat

Songs from the Laundromat offers Drivin' N' Cryin' fans a great short jolt of rock music with Southern style. Read More »

Music Review: Counting Crows – Underwater Sunshine (or what we did on our summer vacation)

With this album, Counting Crows proves that a CD of carefully chosen cover songs can be a perfect fit. Read More »

Music Review: Kevn Kinney – A Good Country Mile

A Good Country Mile is brilliant roots rock in the tradition of Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Kinney's own Drivin' and Cryin'. Read More »