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Steve Gunn

Drawing inspiration from a decade on the road, guitarist-singer-songwriter Steve Gunn’s debut for Matador Records chugs along like a handsome old train, ending up...

Danny Marks

John Lennon once said that, with the exception of Chuck Berry’s “Rock And Roll Music,” songs about rock and roll are never successful. And...

Heavy Trash

Heavy Trash is an on-again-off-again band headed by Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray. They’ve released three superlative albums of their own trademark brand of...

Kelly Mulhollan

Arkansas farmer Ed Stilley was plowing his fields in 1979 when he was struck down by a heart attack; lying in the dirt, he...

Creedence Clearwater Revival

What band has ever had a year like Creedence Clearwater Revival did in 1969? After its debut in ’68, John Fogerty’s group released a followup,...

Bill Frisell

Bill Frisell is one of those guitarists who make you wish there were a hundred more like him. But, then again, that would make...

Gooch and the Motion

Few stories in music are as compelling as that of Ryan “Gooch” Nelson. Twelve years ago, at age 18, a car accident rendered him...

Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys featuring Ricky Skaggs and Keith Whitley

Formed in 1946, the Stanley Brothers were the second bluegrass group, following Bill Monroe’s. But lead singer and rhythm guitarist Carter Stanley died in...

Gemma Ray

Gemma Ray might rock the neo-’50s look, but she’s no Wanda Jackson wannabe; her songs and guitar work are not held in check by...

Black Sabbath

September 18, 1970 is infamous as the day Jimi Hendrix died, but it’s also the day Black Sabbath released its sophomore album, Paranoid. That...
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