Lincoln Durham Talks New Album, Taps Into Mental Torment On “Creeper” (SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW)

Lincoln Durham 1(p) (Robyn Von Swank)

In the beginning of Lincoln Durham’s new song “Creeper” we’re greeted by possessed clapping and sinister slide guitar that seems to be emanating from that of a mad man. This is exactly what the one-man-band ...

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Eliot Sumner Drops Coco & Offers Stellar ‘Information’ LP (INTERVIEW)


“Let’s get me to New Orleans, please,” Eliot Sumner says with a laugh that is more serious than joking. Upon learning that I am based near the historically musical Deep South city, she reveals her ...

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Dylan LeBlanc Moves Ahead with a ‘Cautionary Tale’ (INTERVIEW)


Dylan LeBlanc’s new album, Cautionary Tale, was released on January 15, and he was on the CBS This Morning: Saturday Sessions on January 23, the day before he played at Callaghan’s Irish Social Club in Mobile, AL. ...

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Graham Whitford of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown Spills the Goods (INTERVIEW)


When Tyler Bryant released his first album with his newly-formed band the Shakedown, he “wanted to make a rock record for kids like me,” the then twenty-two year old Bryant explained in a 2013 interview ...

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The Cactus Blossoms Talk New Album, Brotherly Harmonies, And JD McPherson (INTERVIEW)


Despite a mysterious difference of surnames, Page Burkum and Jack Torrey are indeed brothers. Together they are the Cactus Blossoms, an impressive duo partaking in the time honored tradition of the blood harmony made famous ...

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Mike Gordon Talks Winter Tour Kickoff, Dynamic New Band Lineup, David Bowie (INTERVIEW)


Mike Gordon is a busy guy these days. Phish just finished four sold out shows at Madison Square Garden as part of the band’s annual New Year’s run only to immediately follow it up with ...

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Graham Nash – Iconic Voice & Rock Legend Talks New ‘LP’ & Life In Music (INTERVIEW)


Few artists deserve having the word “legend” affixed to their name more than Graham Nash. In a career that spans over 50 (that’s Five-oh) years, he’s literally helped shape the foundation of modern rock, from ...

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SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Haymarket Squares Sound off Vs. Private Prisons on”High Demand” Off New LP “Light It Up”


The gritty urban sprawl of Phoenix, Arizona might not be your typical launching pad for a band sporting bluegrass instruments and four part harmonies, but Haymarket Squares aren’t romanticizing nothing. The city with an identity ...

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Jay Buchanan of Rival Sons Talks Opening Black Sabbath’s Final Tour (INTERVIEW)


If you’ve ever watched a performance by Rival Sons, your first impression of singer Jay Buchanan is that he is serious, mysterious, almost shamanistic in the way he seems to put every drop of emotion ...

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Scott Sharrard of Gregg Allman Band Talks Composing, Guitars, 2016 Laid Back Festivals, Co-Bills With ZZ Top


Back in 2011, Glide called Scott Sharrard, “Gregg Allman’s Secret Weapon.” But that anonymity didn’t last long. Joining the band in 2008, by 2011 the guitar player was feeling right at home within the rhythms ...

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