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Fretprints: Johnny Meeks

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In the 1950s, “rock” music was a melange of blues, country, and hillbilly that also snared elements from boogie-woogie, gospel, Western swing, doo-wop, and...

Scott T. Jones

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A lot of guitarists aspire to play jazz-rock, but it’s a high bar. Based in St. Louis, Scott T. Jones hits the mark –...

Micki Free

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  He was the real-life team member on the infamous Charlie Murphy/Prince basketball game parodied on “Chappelle’s Show,” but Grammy winner Micki Free’s latest is...

Phil Chen

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His business card read “Phil Chen De Bassman,” and his picks had “OD” after his name, standing for the Order of Distinction award he...

Hall and Hoppen

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In the ’70s, the guitar-driven melodic rock of Orleans was all over the radio, with hits such as “Dance With Me,” “Still The One,”...

Keb’ Mo’

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Keb’ Mo’s latest is folksy, endearing, and called Good To Be. Co-produced by Vince Gill and with Darius Rucker onboard, Keb’ draws listeners in...

John 5

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On his latest album, John 5 stays true to himself as he dips into his famous bag of Tele tricks with mastery and humor....

Fretprints: Paul Simon

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Troubadours – poet/musicians active in Europe in the 12th and 13th centuries, played a defining role in Western civilization. The original singer/songwriters, their trade...

Pop ’N Hiss: King’s X’s Gretchen Goes To Nebraska

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By the final year of the '80s, King's X was a powerhouse of curiosity cleaving its way through the harmonic torso of a changing rockscene...

Bruce Forman Honors Barney Kessel

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From 1957 to ’60, guitarist Barney Kessel, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Shelly Manne recorded four LPs for Contemporary Records as a group called...