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The Dead Live On

The Grateful Dead just may be more popular now that the band is actually dead and gone. Their musical industrial complex keeps a steady...

Various Artists

Yes’ Chris Squire didn’t intend to make a masterpiece with 1975’s Fish Out of Water, but he inadvertently did – and knew it. For...

North Mississippi Allstars

Luther and Cody Dickinson’s latest pushes the boundaries of northern Mississippi blues music by integrating programmed loops and electronic dance beats. The four-song EP...

Peter Rowan

Peter Rowan spent 1963 through ’67 as lead singer/guitarist with Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys before his own solo albums, his work...

Bill Frisell

Bill Frisell is a musical treasure who has proven himself in so many musical situations he’s impossible to categorize. His latest effort is his...

Guthrie Trapp

Guthrie Trapp has spent the last couple decades in Nashville, supporting major acts in the studio and on the road. His second solo album...

Otis Redding

“Are you ready for star time?” That’s the introduction by emcee Al “Brisco” Clark to the six-CD boxed-set of Otis Redding performances at the...

Joe Goldmark

Along with his work with Jim Campilongo and others, San Francisco-based pedal steel guitarist Joe Goldmark has produced eight solo CDs (and three earlier...

Spirit

Rock history is littered with truly gifted bands that inexplicably never broke big, from The Move to The Replacements. Spirit is another, an L.A....

Squirrel Nut Zippers

Rare it is when a band forms, blows the doors off with their music, falls apart, regroups – and hits new highs. In fact,...
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VG Giveaways

Giveaway #171

Be 1 of 2 to win an autographed edition of “Into The Light” valued at $50! Ace music photographer and VG contributor Jérôme Brunet often...
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