"I forget that I'm not posting under my name sometimes. I do that so that when I Google my name I get mostly relevant listings about my gigs, airplay, photos posted, etc... and not a listing for every comment I've made on music, political,…"
"At the risk of being accused of gratuitous self-promotion, my favorite album this week is mine! I'm terribly proud of this album, and hope ND readers will check it out. Available on ITunes, Amazon, CDBaby, etc...…"
"Elton John: Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy... Elton was my introduction to intelligent popular music as a kid. I wore this album out.
Johnny Cash: Ring of Fire... We'd be sent to my Grandparent's house when my parents were…"
"Old 97's -- Too Far To Care, Fight Songs, Wreck Your Life
Ryan Adams -- Heartbreaker, Gold
Whiskeytown -- Stranger's Almanac
Drive By Truckers -- Decoration Day
Kelly Willis -- Easy
Mandy Barnett -- Got A Right To Cry
Cracker -- Medicine…"
"Twelve Gauge Persuaders: Crumble. Really really great debut by a small but brilliant band. Just great rockers, moving ballads, and lots of fun. Refreshingly happy, too, in a disfunctional kinda way.
"I saw these guys in the Spring in NC before they came out with their debut cd, and they were awesome. Just saw them mentioned on another post and found them on CD Baby here http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/twelvegaugepersuaders Just as good as I…"
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