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Johnny Dowd

One of 2006’s most intriguing discs so far is Johnny Dowd’s Cruel Words, a combination of poetic lyrics and funky rhythms, with synths, organ,...

Rascal Flatts

Back in the ‘90s, the heartthrob mag Jane used to have a regular section called “Cute Band Alert,” a heads-up on the hottest guys...

Janiva Magness

Janiva Magness has the blues. And judging by the low-cut black dress she’s wearing on the cover of her third full-length album, Do I...

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...

Darth Vato

Some guys never learn. Most chicks don’t care how much money you make or how nice your car is or how often you work out....

ASSCAP

Let's go out on a limb and say you haven't read this column over the past few weeks. (Inconceivable, I know.) Now let's say...

O Brother, There Art Thou

There’s no doubt that T Bone Burnett is a mature artist — the 58-year-old was mentored by Bob Dylan, worked on plays with Sam...

Frankie Miller

It seems every generation of country music fans goes through the same controversy about whether the “traditional” sound is being overtaken by pop music...

Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash sat at a microphone in his home studio with his guitar and sang these often sentimental, sometimes corny, always heartfelt songs into...

The Blonde Girls

The best thing about the relatively new trio The Blonde Girls is that they’re noisy but in a good, Sonic Youth-y, Pavementian, Moby Grapesque...