"Sam is absolutely one of the best storyteller/songwriters ever! Sadly, touring this summer is keeping him from his usual appearance at WoodyFest in July where he is one of the perennial favorites. Go see him when you can and buy all of…"
"I'm usually not a big fan of tribute albums for the reasons stated so well in this article. Usually there are a few interpretations that work well while the majority don't come close to the quality of the original version. It…"
"The first concert I ever attended was billed The Leon Russell Show and was held at the Tulsa Fairgrounds Racetrack on June 18, 1972. On the bill were Leon, J.J. Cale, Freddie King and Willis Alan Ramsey. It was an amazing experience that…"
"Years ago, about the time Southern Rock Opera came out, I was attending a meeting in Tuscon, AZ. One night I went to dinner with several buddies of mine and played SRO on the drive to the restaurant. I think every one of them was a fan…"
"Very nicely done, Kevin! I did have the good fortune to see Townes perform on several occasions (Dallas, Austin, Oklahoma City) and actually met him once. I felt like I was in the presence of God, I was so nervous. Townes was in an…"
"1. John Fullbright - From The Ground Up
2. Ray Wylie Hubbard - The Grifter's Hymnal
3. Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Psychedelic Pill
4. Alejandro Escovedo - Big Station
5. Lincoln Durham - The Shovel Vs. the Howling…"
"I doubt that I can come up w/ 25 that have been in high rotation in my truck - about the only place I have anymore where I can really listen to music. Here are the discs that get played the most - I think they were all released in 2012...
"Neil has always had his "detours" that left me scratching my head at times - Shocking Pinks & Are You Passionate? come immediately to mind - and I have to admit that a couple of songs on the Americana album left me wondering what he…"
"Just listened to and watched "Oh, Suzanna" on Neil's website. I was expecting something more traditional but love what I heard. What was disturbing, though, is the video featuring a Depression-era family listening to…"
"What I love most about ND is the coverage of the bands I've admired for so many years who might not otherwise get covered in the typical print media AND the introduction I receive to new music - new to my ears anyway. Thanks, ND, for all…"
"I had the good fortune of seeing Townes perform numerous times in Oklahoma and Texas. Even more fortunate was the time I got to meet him and get an autograph on a copy of the Old Quarter lp. Townes was drunk - nothing new there - and…"
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