Last week, the concert movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The consensus thus far is that it is "a lasting, sensational film".
As 2005 draws to close, it's time for that insufferable ritual — Top 10's. Why do we do it? To justify re-reviewing our insufferable reviews? Or to see whose list contains the most obscure albums?
With all that has happened to Neil over the past year or so, it is no wonder that critics are zeroing on these incidents as way of explaining the motivations and intentions of "Prairie Wind".
Jay Farrar seems to be channeling Woody Guthrie's spirit on Son Volt's latest CD Okemah and the Melody of Riot.
A beautiful summer evening on the historic Philadelphia waterfront, with two great bands - Wilco and My Morning Jacket and a bunch of music loving friends. It doesn't get much better.
Thirty five years ago, on May 4, 1970, an anti-war student demonstration at Kent State University, Ohio left four students dead, one paralyzed, and eight others wounded.
So why is the music scene in Winnipeg hot? How have artists connected to Manitoba, Canada sold more than 100 million records world-wide?