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Monthly Archives: December 2001

Reggie Young

Reggie Young is one of the most recorded guitarists in history. His tasty style has opened doors for him to play onstage and...

Jack Jezzro – Jazz Elegance

Jack is a unique figure. He plays bass with the Nashville String Machine, a group of studio musicians who have played with everyone...

Scott Holt – Angels in Exile

Scott Holt isn't exactly a newcomer to the music buzz. He served in Buddy Guy's band for 10 years and, not surprisingly, calls...

Dave Hole – Outside Looking In

Dave Hole's new album is a firebreathing slide extravaganza. Armed with a '72 Gibson ES-345, Hole returns to his fat, bluesy guitar tone. Backed...

Rev. Gary Davis – Live At Newport

A truly unique figure in American folk music, the late Rev. Gary Davis was a blind Baptist preacher from South Carolina who sang on...

Robin Trower

<img class="size-full" src="/wp-content/uploads/2075/72.jpg" alt="Trancendental Blues " title="Trancendental Blues " /> A bonafide British rock guitar great, Robin Trower needs little introduction. His career began in the...

Doc Watson – At Gerdes Folk City

Imagine young Athel "Doc" Watson taking his first long bus ride up from Tennessee, stepping off a Greyhound into the teeming clamor of NYC's...

Line 6 DM4, DL4, and MM4

In an addendum to its well-known line of guitar and bass PODs, combo amps, and amp/cab stacks, the Line 6 company recently launched four...

Sharon Shannon & Friends – The Diamond Mountain Sessions

In my neck of the woods, accordions are almost as popular as banjos; if someone shows up at an acoustic jam, as soon as...

Tim O’Brien

If Tim O'Brien was a ballplayer, he'd be at least a "triple threat." He's a superb songwriter, a stellar mandolin player, a unique...
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