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At Work: Margo Price

by Matt Inman on October 24, 2016
“When I rolled out of town on the unpaved road/ I was 57 dollars from being broke.” With this autobiographical couplet, Margo Price kicks o the first track on her recent solo debut, Midwest...

Relix Revisited: The Brent Mydland Years: An Appreciation of the Grateful Dead in the 1980’s

by Blair Jackson on October 21, 2016
In celebration of what would have been the 64th birthday of Grateful Dead keyboardist Brent Mydland, who passed away in 1990 after playing with the band for over a decade, we present this piece...

Fillmore Fellow Travelers: Carlos Santana Reunites His ‘Santana III’ Band

by Dean Budnick on October 21, 2016
It took quite some time for the years to melt away.The alchemy itself was nearly instantaneous, as decades dissolved within moments, expunged by a few musical notes. The moment of inception,...

Spotlight: Angel Olsen

by Bill Murphy on October 20, 2016
Let's make it clear right off the bat: Angel Olsen does not listen to Joni Mitchell. Sure, as a singer-songwriter, she feels some level of kinship with the folk-rock songstress, and she might...

The Infamous Stringdusters and Nicki Bluhm: The Boys (and Girls) of Summer

by Ryan Reed on October 19, 2016
The Infamous Stringdusters were gathered at Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studios, counting down the intro to backwoods bluegrass scorcher “Run to Heaven,” when they received an urgent phone...

Deadicated: Jerry Garcia Band’s Jacklyn LaBranch

by Dean Budnick on October 17, 2016
When the Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration returned this summer, a familiar face accompanied Warren Haynes and company. Jacklyn LaBranch, who joined the Jerry Garcia Band in 1982 and remained a...

Eddie Vedder, Bill Murray, Chris Chelios and John Cusack Are All Enjoying the Cubs’ Run to the World Series

October 17, 2016
via @briancassellaThe Chicago Cubs are well on their way to their first World Series in 108 years. Yes, that is a very long time. And yes, they did run into a rare buzzsaw moment from Dodgers...

Fruition’s Labor of Love

by Elle Maloney on October 14, 2016
When Jay Cobb Anderson, singer, songwriter, & guitarist of Fruition moved to Portland, Ore. he had no idea what kind of sacrifices he and his band members would have to make to push themselves to...

My Page: Rachael Yamagata

by Rachael Yamagata on October 13, 2016
It's daunting to write about a subject of my choice— in prose, that is. Songs are easier—they live in subtext and you often have an entire album to share an identity. Melody and delivery hint at...

Tedeschi Trucks Band: A Joyful Noise

by Dean Budnick on October 07, 2016
To mark the final two shows of Tedeschi Trucks Band's thrilling six-show run at the Beacon Theatre, we present the full cover story from our January_February issue written in the wake of their...

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