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Welcome to the No Depression website! I'm the publisher of No Depression, at least that's what my business card says. I'm not sure that term is really all that accurate in this age of new and evolving business models for journalism. I prefer to think of myself as the steward of No Depression because really it belongs to all of you who make this place a vibrant engaging source of roots music news and information.
I hope you enjoy your time here. Please tell your friends and if you have thoughts or ideas on things you'd like to see, or things you think we could be doing better please drop me a line in the comments below.
Click here to read more about the history of No Depression.
Here are links to some interviews I've done over the last couple years as No Depression has evolved from a print publication to this community website. The Well Rounded Radio podcast is a particularly good overview of my past with the magazine, some of what it took to make this website a reality and some of my thoughts on the future of print publishing and the digital space.
Q&A with Kyla Fairchild - TechFlash and the Puget Sound Business Journal
In online move, 'No Depression' finds voice of its community - October 2010
Well Rounded Radio Podcast Interview with Kyla Fairchild -
I met with Fairchild in Seattle spring of 2010 to discuss:
* how she made her way into the publishing and advertising biz
* why she decided to take the leap to publishing No Depression online
* what she's learned being a pioneer in the field
(To Listen click the arrow in the orange bar under the No Depression logo at the bottom of photo)
No Depression Festival preview and interview with Kyla Fairchild - Seattle Times
"No Depression Festival is a Musical Education in Americana" - August 2010
Kyla Fairchild Style Profile - City Arts Magazine August 2010
20 minute interview with Kyla Fairchild - KUOW/NPR
"The Legacy of No Depression" - April 2008
No Depression Uproots, Moves to Web- Seattle Times October 2008
Music Magazines Struggle as Ad Dollars Disappear - NPR February 2008
I'm saddened to report that No Depression's long time office manager, Mary Schuh, passed away last night. Mary was diagnosed with Creutzfeldt Jakob, a rapidly degenerative, fatal brain disease, about a month ago.
Those of you who were subscribers to the print magazine, bought back issues or t-shirts from us, made a donation, or received an invoice or payment from us have crossed paths with Mary. She has been the backbone of No Depression since we went into print back in…
Posted on September 25, 2013 at 9:30am — 13 Comments
Suwannee Springfest will celebrate it's 17th year at the magnificent Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Fl March 21-24.
The festival is proud to welcome nearly 50 acts to this year's line-up which includes Jerry Douglas, Peter Rowan, Leftover Salmon, Keller & The Keels, Donna The Buffalo, The Travelin' McCourys and many more.
Jim Lauderdale is on the lineup again this year! Here's a video of Jim…Continue
Posted on January 9, 2013 at 3:55pm — 1 Comment
One of the most anticipated days of the year in my household is the announcement of the Sasquatch Lineup. It's been a family tradition to head over to the Gorge every Memorial Day Weekend for Sasquatch.
Lots to be excited about on this lineup! I'm most looking forward to Jamey Johnson, Bon Iver, Vintage…
Posted on February 3, 2012 at 9:00am — 2 Comments
Patterson Hood and The Downtown 13 release "After It's Gone" In an effort to fight a Walmart in Downtown Athens, GA
“Who needs a downtown when there’s a Walmart next door?”
Athens, GA: Some of the greatest songs were written to give voice to anxiety, despair and unwanted change. “After it’s Gone”, a new single just released by Patterson Hood and the Downtown 13, was inspired by the threat of a Walmart in…
Posted on February 1, 2012 at 11:00am — 2 Comments