Woodstock

Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Woodstock At 40

We couldn’t let the week slip by without recognizing the fact that this weekend marks the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock Music & Arts Fair. Held on Max Yasgur’s farm in Bethel, NY; the festival ...

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Bloggy Goodness: Jack Goes It Alone

We guess recording and touring with three different bands just isn’t enough for Jack White as the White Stripes/Raconteurs/Dead Weather member managed to squeeze in enough time to set to wax  his solo debut via ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Nathan The Folk Singer

The Royal Potato Family artist Nathan Moore, who’s probably familiar to most of our audience as the frontman of Surprise Me Mr. Davis, has put together a batch of beautifully crafted, honest tunes for a ...

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Tour Dates: Goin’ Up The Country

While Luther Dickinson has been spending his off time from the NMAS as a member of the Black Crowes, his band mates brother Cody and Chris Chew have a side-project of their own – the ...

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Hors D’Oeuvres: A Little Help From Ringo

When the names Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr both appeared on the bill for the last night’s Change Begins Within benefit at Radio City Music Hall those who had plunked down money for the all-star ...

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Tour Dates: Rodriguez First National Tour

Last year, I was infatuated with Light In The Attic’s reissue of Cold Fact, the rediscovered lost classic of psychedelic-soul and folk-rock from a guy simply known as Rodriguez. The 67 year-old singer-songwriter will embark ...

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Briefly: Brokeback Hippies

Filmmaker Ang Lee has already showed us the softer side of cowboys with 2005′s Brokeback Mountain. For his next project, Taking Woodstock, Lee will return to a gay-centric story based on Eliot Tiber’s memoir. Here’s ...

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