Posted in February, 2017

More from February, 2017

Otis Taylor

Otis Taylor has never been afraid. Always outspoken, he now wants to raise his voice even louder. “After 15 albums, I’ve taken all of my thoughts about the history of … Read more

Pegi Young

Ah, the break-up album. Most are somewhere between the viciously subtle and ragingly vitriolic. Pegi’s is certainly not subtle; she is very direct, often angry, but calms enough to find … Read more

Kate Grom

When young New York City based artist Kate Grom felt stuck between the pressures of practicality and her own dreams right out of college, she took the time to find … Read more

Thornetta Davis

Every major city, both here in the U.S. and abroad, probably has its own popular blues acts that don’t travel much beyond the local area. This seems to be the … Read more

Big Dave McLean

Big Dave McLean is a highly acclaimed Canadian roots and blues musician, hailed in some quarters as “Winnipeg’s ‘Howlin’ Wolf.” His gruff, raspy voice, and feel for the traditional acoustic … Read more

Hugh Prestwood

Hugh Prestwood is no stranger to the music scene, having written hits for any number of marquee names, among them, Trisha Yearwood, Barbara Mandrell, Collin Raye, Shenandoah, Alison Krauss and … Read more

Scott H. Biram

Cut from the same rebellious, unwashed cloth as Shooter Jennings and Hank Williams III, Scott H. Biram rings out a grimy bar rag of hard truth and tortured, rough-and-tumble Americana … Read more

The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

Photos by Arnie Goodman Long before there was Alice Cooper, Kiss or David Bowie (and certainly before Michael Jackson, though those were accidents) there was Arthur Brown. Covered in deathshead … Read more