Austin Lucas has never been one to pull his punches so one shouldn’t expect him to do so now. Alive in the Hot Zone, his forthcoming album, finds him reflecting on the jarring tumult of 2020 from a unique viewpoint – an American sequestered in Germany. There, isolated from family and friends at home, he’s […]
Jerry Joseph explains why he doesn’t rehearse with his band and considers the lack of correlation between high public visibility and peak income.
Eric Earley of Blitzen Trapper talks about guitar string math, his first gig (a grade school piano recital), and the geography of food in America.
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.
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.
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 […]
After two Video Premiers most of you should be aware that I am excited about the new Emily Zuzik release “Torch and Trouble”. The album id finally releasing after a bit of a pandemic caused delay on Friday, August 28th. Zuzik is an L.A. based singer-songwriter. Her music is a blend of Americana and Rock […]
Chuck Prophet recalls getting stranding in a broken down tour van and talks about his appreciation of old school McDonald’s apple pies.