Posted in July, 2017

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The Eagles


  Photos by Barry Fisch As summertime stadium-size rock concerts continue to thrive so “classic” bands and musicians can continue to earn a steady stream of revenue, this gathering of … Read more

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Cahors Blues Festival

  Photos by Laura Carbone Coverage by Iain Patience and Laura Carbone Cahors Blues Festival, in the southern midi-Pyrenean region of France, is now the country’s true premiere annual blues … Read more

The Saint James Society

Dyed black, the billowing, expansive sonic fabric exquisitely woven by dark wave acolytes The Saint James Society is undeniably stylish. It’s draped all over Covered in Blood, an exhilarating EP … Read more

Lightnin’ Willie

In a world full of blues guitar slingers, Los Angeles-based bluesman Lightnin’ Willie is a rare find.  He’s a guitar player.  Willie’s axe of choice is a hollow-bodied Gibson ES-5.  … Read more

Jim Lauderdale

Twenty-nine. That’s how many albums this long time Nashville resident has graced his fans with now that London Southern is here for our listening pleasure. And what a pleasure it … Read more

Nicky Holland

Describing her musical resume, Hertfordshire, England native Nicky Holland says she has “worn a number of different hats over the years—arranger, backup singer, pianist on other people’s records, writer for … Read more

Arthur Alexander

Alexander was like one of those short-lived comets that burned out way too early, before most people had the opportunity to appreciate him. Omnivore has reissued Alexander’s 1972 album with … Read more

Fairport Convention

Even the most ardent Fairport Convention fans have plenty of reasons to acquire this excellent set as—with mostly stunningly clear sound quality—more than 50 of the 121 tracks are unreleased. … Read more