The Mother Hips’ Greg Loiacono Makes Magic On Imaginative Solo LP (INTERVIEW)


Greg Loiacono is a twenty-five year veteran musician most known for his long and storied career as co-front man and songwriter for vaunted Bay Area band, The Mother Hips. In late September Loiacono released a ...

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Thomas Fec Stays Mysterious When Talking About Tobacco (INTERVIEW)


Thomas Fec is the frontman of Black Moth Super Rainbow and also creates music under the name Tobacco. Tobacco just released its fourth full-length album, Sweatbox Dynasty, which warps 80’s electronic synthesizers into a unique infectious ...

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Keyboard Legend Rick Wakeman Talks ARW Tour & Never Downsizing The Rig (INTERVIEW)


You know his name, you know his music, you know of his reputation. So when it was announced that Rick Wakeman, the legendary keyboard player for Yes, was reuniting with his former bandmates, singer Jon ...

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Doyle Bramhall II Opens Up On His Lifelong Guitar Journey & New LP ‘Rich Man’ (INTERVIEW)


Doyle Bramhall II has never really been your average Joe musician. He cut his teeth on blues, added rock, funk, R&B and Jazz intonations into his playing as he evolved from the kid at not ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Wilco’s Pat Sansone Lends Skills To The Youngest On Road Song “Red Corolla Rental”

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On October 28th Chicago-based quartet The Youngest will release their sophomore album See It Through. Compared to their debut Feral Road, this album finds the band taking a more progressive, grown-up approach to their music, even if their ...

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Luke Winslow-King Keeps Trouble At Bay With Bluesy New Album (INTERVIEW)


Luke Winslow-King had a lot on his plate when he began writing songs for his new album I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always, which recently came out on revered Chicago label Bloodshot Records. The New Orleans ...

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Andy Timmons Breaks New Guitar Ground With ‘Theme From A Perfect World’ (INTERVIEW)


Andy Timmons has built his reputation into a well-respected cerebral guitar instrumentalist. He’s been on the G4 ticket with Joe Satriani and Paul Gilbert, and toured with former Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth; all three ...

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Courtney Granger Goes From Cajun to Country With ‘Beneath Still Waters’ (INTERVIEW)


For years now, Courtney Granger has been best known as the fiddle player in the renowned Cajun band the Pine Leaf Boys. Now Granger is taking things in a different direction with the release of ...

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Mild High Club’s Alex Brettin Talks Vintage/Chill Tones Of ‘Skiptracing’ (INTERVIEW)


Enter the mind of Mild High Club’s Alex Brettin and you find it overflowing with a deeply philosophical connection to creating music in its rawest form. Their latest release Skiptracing is a dreamy and richly ...

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Gary Clark Jr.’s Drummer Johnny Radelat Supplies The Lowdown (INTERVIEW)


When you go see Gary Clark Jr, the first person you notice is the guitar player himself. But the second musician that catches your attention is drummer Johnny Radelat. He hits hard, he keeps a ...

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