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The Core: Derek Trucks

by Mike Greenhaus on April 24, 2017
Derek Trucks gives the state of the union on Tedeschi Trucks Band and comments on the tragic passing of his uncle and former bandmate Butch Trucks. Bigger, Stronger, BeefierThere was a pretty...
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Parting Shots: John Oates on Songwriting and His New Memoir

April 19, 2017
John Oates' new memoir, Change of Seasons, explores a life in music, along with the the singer/guitarist’s varied pursuits of racecar driving, skiing and animal husbandry. Throughout the work...
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The Magpie Salute: A Collective of Souls

by Brian Robbins on April 17, 2017
They were born in a crossfire hurricane. Well, not really, but you could say that Superstorm Sandy did have a hand in watering the roots of the musical collective that eventually came to be known...
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Track By Track: The String Cheese Incident’s Believe

by Dean Budnick on April 13, 2017
"We had kind of a ‘coming to Jesus' moment a little while ago,” The String Cheese Incident’s Michael Kang explains. “Now that we’re into version 2.0 of our reality—and everybody lives in...
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Dead & Company: The Music Never Stopped

by Dean Budnick on April 12, 2017
This excerpt originally appears in the April_May issue of Relix. To read the entire version, subscribe here.John Mayer hasn't seen the new Grateful Dead documentary just yet, but he knows exactly...
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The Day When Butch Trucks Saved The Slip Show

by Dean Budnick on April 11, 2017
Next week's Wanee Festival will offer a number of performances in honor of the late Butch Trucks. Here we share Dean Budnick's Editor's Note from our March issue, which offers his memories of...
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Future Islands: The Far Field of Dreams

by Ryan Reed on April 10, 2017
Tom HinesSamuel Herring vividly remembers the most crucial audience of Future Islands’ career. And no, it wasn’t the crowd at The Late Show, where the synth-pop trio inadvertently created a...
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Ziggy Marley on Politics, Positivity and Exodus

by Larson Sutton on April 10, 2017
Fresh off his Grammy win for Best Reggae Album, Ziggy Marley is back with a new single, “See Dem Fake Leaders,” and a new live set. He’s also a newly-minted author of his first cookbook...
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Howard Wales on Jerry Garcia, Hooteroll? and Beyond

by Dean Budnick on April 07, 2017
In a serendipitous turn of events, the coming week will shine a coast-to-coast spotlight on the music of Howard Wales. First up is a performance on Friday, April 7 at the Capitol Theatre in...
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At Work: Piano Prodigy Joey Alexander

by Amy Jacques on April 06, 2017
At 13 years old, Joey Alexander has already released two jazz albums, toured major festivals around the world, met his musical idols, played at the White House, joined Wynton Marsalis for a...

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