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Spotlight: Amanda Shires

by Rob Slater on September 21, 2016
“It took me six times before I could stand up correctly,” Amanda Shires says with a laugh as she reflects on her experiences playing shows with country and folk legend John Prine. On September...

Sharon Jones: Give the People What They Want

by Mike Greenhaus on September 20, 2016
Sharon Jones' life story had all the makings of a classic music documentary long before she was diagnosed with Stage 2 pancreatic cancer. Born in North Augusta, S.C.—on the edge of the Georgia...

Shovels & Rope: Southern Storytellers

by Amy Jacques on September 15, 2016
It's a little after 9 p.m. on a Friday in late July, and Cary Ann Hearst and her husband Michael Trent are about to take the stage as part of a Newport Folk Festival late-night show, a benefit for...

Something to Talk About: Bonnie Raitt and Grace Potter on Gender Roles, Identity and the Power of Music

by Dean Budnick on September 14, 2016
The September issue of Relix celebrates the women of rock and roll including our two cover artists, Bonnie Raitt and Grace Potter. A portion of their conversation is presented  below. To read the...

Track By Track: Sara Watkins’ ‘Young in All the Wrong Ways’

by Dean Budnick on September 07, 2016
“ This is an album that chronicles a period in my life when I was doing some course correction,” Sara Watkins reflects on the genesis of her new record, Young in All the Wrong Ways. “I think...

Van Ghost: The Story of ‘The Ghost Unit’

by Matt Inman on September 06, 2016
“People in a room making music together with real instruments.” That’s how Michael Harrison Berg paraphrases the words that were written on a whiteboard in the studio where his Van Ghost...

The Core: STS9’s Alana Rocklin Explores ‘The Universe Inside’

by Mike Greenhaus on September 01, 2016
STS9’s new bassist surveys their first album in eight years— and first since the departure of founding member David Murphy.ACROSS THE UNIVERSE The Universe Inside is a concept record; it’s a...

From The Lockn’ Times: Victory Dance

by Matt Inman on August 28, 2016
Photo by Stuart Levine “We need as much love as we can get.” Jim James issued this credo while leading My Morning Jacket through a cover of “What the World Needs Now is Love,” and...

Dave Schools: Lockn’ Four-Timer

by Dean Budnick on August 27, 2016
Bassist Dave Schools is one of those musicians who has performed at every Lockn’. From 2013-15 he appeared with Widespread Panic and this year he’s here with Hard Working Americans. Schools...

From The Lockn’ Times: Blaze On

by Mike Greenhaus on August 27, 2016
Phish en Fuego  photo by Stuart Levine.Phish and Ween first intersected on December 11, 1997, when The Vermont Quartet covered “Roses are Free” during a seamless second set at the War Memorial...

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