Singer-songwriter John Paul White talks about why his friends don’t let him borrow their guitars and why there is nothing that he knows now that he wishes he knew at the start of his career.
One of an artist’s most meaningful – and noble – purposes is to reflect on the times in which they live. Sometimes it’s a deliberation on things personal, a relationship or individual struggles; other times it’s a consideration of the larger social and economic forces shaping the world. Matthew Ryan has long followed this artistic […]
Mother’s Day was yesterday but we’re celebrating today with this incredible new track from Australian legend Paul Kelly. The song, a collaboration with singer-songwriter Dan Sultan, is another instant Kelly classic. The song was written for the soundtrack for the forthcoming documentary about Australian Football League star and Indigenous Australian leader Adam Goodes. It reflects […]
You picked Pete Mancini – Flying First Class as your favorite new release for the week of May 3, 2019. New Releases Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments. Readers’ Tops Winter & Spring 2019 Bob Hillman – Some […]
Bambi Lee Savage started her music career on the control side of the mixing board, doing audio engineering for the likes of U2 and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. Over time, though, her creative outlet became the craft of songwriting and led her to singing and playing on the other side of the glass. […]
Southern Avenue guitarist Ori Naftaly talks about the band’s unique zip code, driving a candy truck and the struggle to find good food on the road.
Singer-songwriter Jared Putnam talks about constructing a loft in the mini-van he uses to tour, the song he wrote in the 5th grade and revisiting the scene of his first gig.
I’ve been digging back into the Brent Best catalog lately. Here are two songs that I somewhat overlooked in the past but are in heavy rotation now: “Crudely Drawn” from The Drams 2006 release Jubilee Dive. and “Sweetness, That’s Your Cue” from Slobberbone’s 2002 release Slippage.
You picked Josh Ritter – Fever Breaks as your favorite new release for the week of April 26, 2019. New Releases Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments. Readers’ Tops Winter & Spring 2019 Bob Hillman – Some of […]
The bartender and I agreed on a universal truth: a band that has a trumpet or sax and a fiddle is going to be a lot of fun. The band in front of us was the Vandoliers, but the truism extends to Calexico and St. Paul & the Broken Bones, going all the way back […]