I bitterly mourned the demise of the print magazine, am grateful for this online edition and all of you who keep it going, and have been receiving the twice-weekly email newsletter for a long time (so no need to re-sign me up for that).
Why thank you Dearie :D I'm always game in spreading the gospel just showing love to the peeps and trying to discover new things since Gram Parsons turned me upside down on my head and finally..FINALLY ..got me to listen to music again <3
Thanks for your note, Lucca. I was a big fan of the print edition, and only now have found my way to the online edition. I am a regular contributor to Blues Revue and SIng Out! and so, once again, I look forward to the insights once gleaned routinely from ND.
Thanks for the kind words Lucca, and thanks for all you do at No Depression to keep it active and alive. I was webmaster at the NBC affiliate here in Buffalo for five years and online content manager for a major healthcare facility, so I know what your workload is like. And I also know what it's like to be a volunteer! Cheers, Will
Your welcome, and I appreciate your appreciation of people that post. You are absolutely correct, this is a social site and that implies being social.
Thank you, for featuring my CD review. Bill's been around making great music for a long time. Just wish I were a better writer.
I apologize, because for the past year I have not had any time to devote to the site. I used to be more of a regular, and will strive to get back there. Shameful conduct from a "Founding Member" I know.
And thanks for keeping the site up Lucca, Kyla, Kim and everyone else involved.
Thanks, lucca! If anybody reads this, it would be great to get some more Americana artists to contribute an inspirational video or song to AbigProject.org for our three days for peace streaming event to 97 countries. Check it out and spread the word!
I appreciate the thanks. Awesome site, I have been a reader previously, and like to throw a comment in every so often. I am a part-time musician and music journalist with San Diego Troubadour, an roots/alternative newspaper (I write quite a few CD reviews there, and used to on Turbula.com) and I recognize some of my fellow contributors among the folks postng here. It's good to see that good music is still around, even if a bit underground.