Devon Allman talks about working the problem, not pleasing everyone, and making smoothies for the crew.
Duane Betts talks about touring in “Big Blue” and rehearsals that are all business.
Fifteen years ago this week I published my first Twangville post. From then until now, the experience has been an absolute joy. I’m privileged to have developed so many tremendous friendships along the way, from the Twangville posse to the countless PR and industry professionals to, of course, the talented artists who continue to inspire […]
The Grahams don’t write songs, they share experiences. After cruising the Mississippi on a riverboat and riding the American railways, they quite literally hit the road. With a camera crew in tow, The duo of Alyssa and Doug Graham jumped on a motorcycle and headed out to explore legendary US Highway 66. Seems kinda idyllic, […]
Tanya Donelly talks about being rescued by Radiohead while touring in the midst of a blizzard and recalls some favorite day jobs.
Singer-songwriter Zephaniah OHora talks about a powered beer cooler, a sensitive van key fob, and his preferred business model for the future of music.
A tremendous talent lost.
Down in the Den, the latest album from Ted Russell Kamp, is one heck of a fun listen. It offers fourteen tracks that veer effortlessly from the feisty rock ‘n’ roll opener “Home Sweet Hollywood” to the New Orleans riverboat vibe of “Waste a Little Time” to the honk-tonk of “My Turn to Cry”, all […]
Songs really don’t come much better than “It’s Alright Just to Be”. The acoustic ballad starts with a random encounter between the singer and a drunk man at a bar. As the man’s heartbreaking story emerges, the singer considers the false assumptions he made about the man. A musical pause transitions the song into a […]
Milk Carton Kids’ Joey Ryan talks about sad baskets of bananas, making mistakes, and the importance of arts funding.