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Interview: Ray Wylie Hubbard on His New Album, Writing with Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn, and Craft and Inspiration

Ray Wylie Hubbard

'I'm not really a full-tilt blues guy or a full-tilt folk guy or a full-tilt country guy or a full-tilt rock guy, I've been influenced by all those forms of music and I enjoy 'em all. So it's a good place for a songwriter to be, where you just don't have to think about the future of the song. I just write.' Read More »

Music Review: Townes Van Zandt – “High, Low and In Between” and “The Late Great Townes Van Zandt” [Remastered]


These two albums from the early '70s were among the artistic high points of the songwriter's broken, even tragic career. Read More »

Music Review: Townes Van Zandt – High, Low and In Between and The Late Great Townes Van Zandt

Cover High Low and In Between Townes Van Zandt

His fellow musicians have always known what a gift Van Zandt was to the world of popular music, but it's about time for the rest of the world to catch up. Read More »

Music Review: Townes Van Zandt – Sunshine Boy: The Unheard Studio Sessions and Demos 1971-1972

A great collection of music offering proof of why Van Zandt's music has influenced so many who followed in his footsteps. Read More »

Music Review: Bruce Piephoff – Still Looking Up At the Stars

Bruce Piephoff is a bard whose music will turn a smile from a frown. Read More »

Concert Review: Popa Chubby at B.B. King’s Blues Club & Grill, NYC 10/10/11

Popa Chubby serves up a big ol' hunk of blues-rock to NYC. Read More »

Book Review: Blues & Chaos: The Music Writing of Robert Palmer Edited by Anthony DeCurtis

"When people move, their demons tend to travel with them." – Robbie Robertson Read More »

Steve Earle Is Talk Of The Town With Townes

Paying tribute to his late friend, this latter-day rebel with a cause takes his show on the road again. Read More »