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September 2014 Relix Magazine Sampler: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers "Forgotten Man"
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Happy Birthday Jimmy Fallon: Best Musical Moments From The Tonight Show So Far

by Rob Slater on September 19, 2014
Just like us here at Relix, Jimmy Fallon is also turning 40 this year. In fact, today is The Tonight Show host's birthday. To celebrate, we revisit five of the best musical performances...

Tedeschi Trucks Band: Souls Searching

by Dean Budnick on September 19, 2014
"Nice. You can’t go wrong with Hendrix.” Derek Trucks shares his enthusiasm at the outset of an impromptu listening party on the second floor of Swamp Raga Studios. Nestled...

Widespread Panic’s Raves and Faves (Throwback Thursday)

September 18, 2014
Today we revisit the July/August 2011 issue of Relix. The cover story on Widespread Panic includes a sidebar in which the band members share their favorite moments from over the...

At Work: Blake Mills

by Mike Greenhaus on September 16, 2014
“My solo albums are like Cinderella— they’re kicked to the curb and pushed back further and further,” Los Angeles singer, guitarist, producer, session musician and sideman...

Spotlight: Greensky Bluegrass

by Sam D'Arcangelo on September 12, 2014
Bluegrass music isn’t quite what it used to be. The days of Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs and even Old and in the Way have given way to a new generation of performers with a more...

The Brent Mydland Years: An Appreciation of the Grateful Dead in the 1980’s (Throwback Thursday)

by Blair Jackson on September 11, 2014
Today we offer a piece that originally ran in our August 2005 issue. Here longtime Grateful Dead journalist Blair Jackson, author of Garcia: An American Life and former editor of Golden...

Zeus Crafts a Classic

by Chantelle Bacigalupo on September 10, 2014
Toronto-based indie rockers Zeus are celebrating their sixth year of existence with their third studio album, Classic Zeus. For one of the three singer-songwriters in the band, Mike...

From The Lockn’ Times: Into The Great Wide Open

by Rob Slater on September 07, 2014
Photo by Dean Budnick “Rainbows are stupid,” Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy joked as the Chicago rockers made their debut on Saturday at this year’s Lockn’ Festival. As it turned out,...

Lockn’ Times Sampler (Sunday)

September 07, 2014
Click here to download the music from our special Lockn' Times sampler (with Sunday's artists profiled below).

From The Lockn’ Times: Unbroken Chains

September 06, 2014
Photo by Dean Budnick As it turns out, the true “interlocking” moment happened just before 3:45pm on the Ridge Stage. Shortly before the end of Del McCoury Band’s lovely,...

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