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The Von Ehrics

If you listen to any Dropkick Murphys album, you get a sense that Boston, their hometown, is largely made up of blue-collar punks who...

John-Alex Mason

For more than one generation of fans, the blues "belonged" to old black men with slurred voices. White fans who cared at all celebrated the...

Waylon Jennings & the Waymore Blues Band

By the time of this January 2000 concert, Waylon Jennings had survived bypass surgery, diabetes, emphysema, severe carpal tunnel syndrome, and a minor stroke...

John Denver

John Denver was a consistently — some would say mercilessly — sweet and upbeat-sounding performer, even on his sad songs. The best of his hits...

Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, James Cotton

In 1977, a young albino white man from Texas was among the most popular blues-rock guys around. One of Johnny Winter’s greatest accomplishments that...

Various artists

As any good soundtrack should, Honeydripper helps bring the movie to life by creating, along with the scenery and the actors, the atmosphere that...

The Chemistry Set

With ample support from Josh Hoover, Cory Helms, Meredith Knoll, and a cast of thousands drawn from a deep pool of Golden Triangle musicians,...

Bigelf

Bigelf's metallic circus-influenced music is a quilt of T.Rex, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, The Beatles, and Pink Floyd. It's essentially a six-pack of kick...

The New Amsterdams

Before launching The New Amsterdams six years ago, Matt Pryor fronted the Get Up Kids, an almost-famous indie-rock manufacturer that recently shuttered its hometown...

Sufjan Stevens

Writing a definitive Sufjan Stevens review is almost as ambitious as Stevens’ intent to write, record, and release 50 albums themed after each U.S....