Interview and Photos by Max Stewart; Cover Photo by Ryan Swerdlin Neal Francis is our favorite discovery of the last few years. Something about Francis’ sound draws from so many great sonic influences, from The Meters to Elton John to Sly & the Family Stone to Allen Toussaint, while adding his own unique flavoring. His… Read More Neal Francis Talks New Album ‘In Plain Sight’, Working with Derek Trucks, Chicago Influences & Gratitude
by Gary Gibraltar We chatted with Alex Kratzert about his recent publication Some Fine Paradise, a semi-fictionalized account of the contemporary jam band scene. It celebrates the highs and picks apart the lows, leaving you with nostalgia, hope and a desire to fashion a life that suits your own brand of freak. You can get your… Read More INTERVIEW: Author Alex Kratzert on his jam-fest inspired novel Some Fine Paradise
Words and Photos by Max Stewart As the Chris Robinson Brotherhood rolled down south for a two-night stand at Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse, it was an opportunity for singer/guitarist Chris Robinson to return to his birthplace and the area where the seeds of his musical forest sprouted: the eccentric and charming neighborhood of Little Five Points.… Read More Chris Robinson Reflects on Formative Years in Atlanta After CRB’s Two-Night Stand at Variety Playhouse (REVIEW AND INTERVIEW)
By Max Stewart Chris Shiflett is a self-described “Honky tonk and roll guitarist”, with feet firmly placed in both the Rock and Country music worlds (one foot wearing Vans, and the other foot wearing an ass-kickin’ cowboy boot, obviously). Sure, he is probably most well known as lead guitarist of the world-conquering Rock titans Foo… Read More Chris Shiflett of Foo Fighters Talks New Solo Country Album West Coast Town, Working with Dave Cobb, His Podcast “Walking the Floor”
Big shout out to Chris Snyder for crushing this interview. Photo from Little Feat CN: Did your parents have a huge impact on your musical endeavors at a young age? Paul: My parents had us all take music lessons at an early age. They really helped shape me musically at an early on. What did you… Read More INTERVIEW: Paul Barrere of Little Feat!
LiveMusicDaily Exclusive Interview Stick Figure Talks Set in Stone, New Home Studio, Future Plans, & more! Scott Woodruff, best known by his stage-name, Stick Figure, has made a name for himself on the reggae since ever since his first release titled Burial Ground in 2012. His latest album debuted at #1 on iTunes, Amazon and Billboard Reggae Charts,… Read More Stick Figure Talks “Set in Stone” in Exclusive Interview
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