#8 May 2006

#8: May 2006FEATURES

Music Museums: The dead and the not-so-dead, on display in an exhibit near you

Legendary Images: We know the artists in the pictures, but do you know the artists of the pictures? A few of the great photographers lend us their equivalent of 1,000 words


Matthew HelminskiFrom the Photo Editor: Managing artists’ images, yesterday and today

Saving American Music:
New law protects old groups

Influences: Southside Johnny & Kim SimmondsInfluences: Southside Johnny and Kim Simmonds

Kickin’ in Your Stall: Sonny Boy Williams’ ghost: Are you talkin’ to me?

On the Record: Reviews, including The Highwaymen, Donald Fagen, Fiona Apple, Rosanne Cash, Big Al Anderson and other good people

Collecting: A feast for the ears and eyes—LPs with great photo covers

Also Appearing: A Bruce Springsteen box set, book by Ray Flerlage, an arbitrary selection of great shows, and more….

Re. Issues: T Bone Burnett, Patti Smith, Hubert Sumlin and surfer dudes all on the same page. Like wow, man.

On Camera & On Stage:Legendary performers, yesterday and today; Keith Richards and Ron Wood; Levon, Elvis & Hubert; and B.B. & Lucille, among others

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