A convergence of thoughts came to me, prompted by the headline and picture to the left from the NPR website. Thought #1: The author in this piece basically is questioning the need for yet more box sets by Dylan and […]
“A theory which argues that the contexts in which human activity takes place—the time, the space, and the place in the sequence of events—are crucial to the nature of that activity. T. Hägerstrand, who gave birth to the idea, explained that […]
I’ve been playing guitar close to fifty years now, both solo and in bands, and outside of an occasional harmonic background “ah ah ah” or “ooo ooo ooo”, I don’t sing. First off, I’d do it badly. No English accent, […]
To the No Depression Community: Yesterday a Facebook friend I’ve never actually met sent me a link to the video posted down this page. I knew the name of the singer, and the back story. I didn’t watch it until […]
On the night after the day that they played at the Newport Folk Festival, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and Dawn McCarthy walked onto the stage of New York’s Town Hall with Van Campbell, Emmett Kelly and Cheyenne Mize. Sitting on chairs […]
I just love this shot of singer-songwriter Karen Hudson sitting in Eric “Roscoe” Ambel’s studio in Brooklyn…Cowboy Technical Services Recording Rig…listening to the final mix of her third and latest album Sonic Bloom that he produced. A man of many hats […]
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