Hitting The Trunk Road
Schultz's on TLG's new album, the bold sound of Matthew E. White, Scott Tournet's solo album and more
Schultz lists what he feels are the best books ever written about rock and roll
David Schultz weighs in on last month's Allman Brothers Band residency at the Beacon Theatre and more
SXSW Tuesday: Polyphonic Spree, Marco Lookalikes, Shakey Graves, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Japandroids
Dave Schultz checks in from the all-you-can-hear musical orgy known as SXSW Music
Schultz weighs in on the sound of Vintage Trouble, Foxygen's throwback tones and other music that's caught his ear as of late
Dave Schultz weighs in on rockers Leroy Justice and praises the return of London Souls
Kid Rock has jumped the shark in a big way according to Schultz.
Schultz weighs in on Love For Levon, The London Souls, Gary Clark Jr., Billy Joel and more in this column.
If you have an interest in seeing the artist you love continue to make the music you enjoy, go see their show.
David Schultz weighs in on David Lott's NYC finale, the Divine Fits, Animal Collective and more.
White Denim possess that rare abundance of both quality of musicianship and quantity of songs to establish themselves as legitimate headliners.
The Cinderella story of Japandroids, The Dirty Projectors' anti-music, King Khan & The Shrines are down with cause and more thoughts from David Schultz.
A look back at Live Aid, which took place 27 years ago this month.
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals have shown how a band that came from the jam scene can crossover to the mainstream.
Featured columnist David Schultz on why Father John Misty's debut ranks among the best albums of the year thus far.