What a time to be a Ryan Adams fan. In the two decades since his alt-country beginnings in Whiskeytown, he has rarely left us wanting — the man once put out seven albums in three years, for chrissakes — but […]
Online and in the pages of our quarterly journal, we’ve talked a lot about how music and politics intersect. I think it’s safe to say we’re not onboard with the “shut up and sing” crowd. Sometimes musicians make a statement […]
Coming to grips with Ryan Adams’ Prisoner may be tough for people yearning for his past personas, but there’s a lot to like in today’s Ryan Adams. https://americanamusicshow.com/episode337
It’s a big week for reviews here at No Depression. Union Station’s most famous conductor, Alison Krauss, has released Windy City, her first solo album in 17 years (how ’bout that?!). Ryan Adams returns with quite the divorce record, Prisoner, […]
Roots artists made a bit of a splash when Grammy nominations were announced late last year — prompting Sturgill Simpson to print up some “Who the F*** is Sturgill Simpson?” T-shirts — and they didn’t disappoint at the big show last […]
Last Sunday, Ryan Adams wrote an article for the New York Times on how being heckled by a drunk who wanted to hear Bryan Adams “Summer of ’69” during one of Ryan’s shows changed his life. The drunk kept […]
Songwriter Sara Rachele worked in rock and folk clubs for many years, so she says it’s sometimes difficult “to really get into” other performers’ shows. But that wasn’t the case at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia, on July […]
A grammatically challenged hacker gave us a jolt earlier this week with an attack on our site, but we were able to recover with a little help from our friends, and of course some good music and terrible banjo jokes […]
Speaking from personal experience, I can tell you that programming and managing an internet radio station is a labor of love. It also might just be the future of radio. Danny Birch of Radio Vagabond certainly has a passion for music, which […]
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