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Music Review: Kelly Clarkson – Stronger

The original American Idol, Kelly Clarkson, releases her fifth album, Stronger. Read More »

Music Review: Butch Walker and the Black Widows – The Spade

Butch Walker and the Black Widows deliver expert, unpretentious, feel good rock 'n roll with <1>The Spade Read More »

Book Review: The Words and Music of Paul McCartney: The Solo Years (The Praeger Singer-Songwriter Collection) by Vincent P. Benitez

A technical analysis of the entire solo career of one of pop music's most successful songwriters. Read More »

Vinyl Tap: Tom Waits – “Hang Down Your Head”

If the brooding “Hang Down Your Head” finds instrumental complement with Rain Dogs' more adventurous raucousness, it distinguishes itself with its heartfelt simplicity and directness. Read More »

Music Reviews: Canned Heat, Rockpile, Worrall, The Arrows & White Wizzard

The latest collection of reviews is a bit of a mish-mash of both quality and style. Read More »

Music Review: Santah – White Noise Bed

This is a record that is sweeping and involving until the end. Read More »

Music Review: Trevor Hall – Everything Everytime Everywhere

Trevor Hall brings pop-rock sounds with reggae flavor to his latest album, Everything Everytime Everywhere. Read More »

Music Review: Amy Heffernan – Friggin Little Know It All

A spunky, sunny pop record from this Alberta-born know it all. Read More »

Music Review: Lola Spriggs – Nobody But You

It's a light, airy album with lovely love songs by an artist who can really sing, Read More »

Vinyl Tap: The Plimsouls – “A Million Miles Away”

Over 25 years later, 1983's "A Million Miles Away" - three minutes and thirty-four seconds of hard-driven delirium - still packs a frenzied wallop. Read More »