Issue #11 Sept-Oct 1997
On the cover: Robbie Fulks, photographed in Chicago by Dale Stewart, treated in Nashville by Shocko Grafix. Cover design stolen from Muscle Power, January 1949.
Hello Stranger; All The Fixin”s; Ten Second News; Find That Band/Elvis Date/Song/Wrestler.
A PLACE TO BE
The Rand Old Opry in Liberty, North Carolina.
American Music Festival in Berwyn, IL; Backsliders in San Francisco, CA; Scud Mountain Boys in Boston, MA; George Jones, Sara Evans in Nashville, TN; Evan Johns & the H-Boms in Bethesda, MD; Junior Brown in Chicago, IL; Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Anna Egge in San Francisco, CA; Mary Cutrufello, Meredith Louise Miller in Fort Worth, TX; Down On The Farm Festival in Halden, Norway.
TOWN & COUNTRY
Brief regional features
Bobby Bare Jr. (Nashville, TN); Kevin Gordon (Nashville, TN); Michael Parrish Band (New York, NY); White Hassle (New York, NY); Flatirons (Portland, OR); Buttercup (Boston, MA); Satchel”s Pawn Shop (Louisville, KY); Clodhopper (Missoula, MT); Sindicato (Indianapolis, IN).
THE LONG WAY CUT
Dean Miller (by Robert Baird)
Slobberbone (by Jeff Copetas)
Honeydogs (by Dave Kirby)
Ray Wylie Hubbard (by Roy Kasten)
6 String Drag (by Ross Grady)
Robbie Fulks (by Linda Ray)
Blue Rodeo (by Peter Blackstock)
Elvis Presley (by David Cantwell)
NOT FADE AWAY
Stanley Brothers; Anthology Of American Folk Music; Close to Home collection; Rebel Records collection; Krazy Kat Records collection; Terry Allen & The Panhandle Mystery Band; Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks.
Buddy Miller; Two Dollar Pistols; Jon Dee Graham; Wayne Hancock; Dwight Yoakam; Toni Price; Scotty Moore & D.J. Fontana; Greg Garing; Tim O”Brien; John Anderson; Radio Sweethearts; Cordell Jackson; Billy Lee Riley; David Olney; Kelly Joe Phelps; Walter Clevenger; Adie Grey; Pam Gadd; Kacy Crowley; Riptones; Jesse Mae Hemphill; Thousand $ Car; Laurie Lewis; Red Star Belgrade; Birddog; The Billy”s; Ed Pettersen & The High Line Riders; Neil Mooney; Scott Joss; Julie Doiron; Gary Lucas; Janet Martin; Abra Moore; Grand Street Cryers; Tom Skinner; Bob Childers; Greg Klyma & Stone Church; Paul Williams; Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver; Rainer Ptacek Tribute.
Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan”s Basement Tapes (by Greil Marcus); Lost Highway (by Richard Currey).
Stuff we like
Clayton Stromberger revisits The Legendary Stardust Cowboy