Leonard Cohen: He's our man
Conor O'Brien. I don't know if I can find the words to express how his poetry and music makes me feel. As a writer, he absolutely inspires me to keep on pushing until the song is singing all by itself. As a man, his warmth and openness gives me a ...
Q&A: Folk Hero Shirley Collins On The Long Road To Her First Album In 38 Years
STEREOGUM: I've heard a story about one of the men you recorded being tracked down when the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack was released and up for awards. COLLINS: That was James Carter, who was a prisoner in the Mississippi State ...
Preview: Gregg Allman talks about his health scare, new album and the Laid Back Festival
In recent years, since the band announced its retirement, his solo career has taken flight with a Grammy-nominated solo album in 2011 produced by T Bone Burnett (Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack), and an ...
Dwight Yoakam's rebellious streak burns bright
The distance between Dwight Yoakam's residence in Los Angeles and country music's home in Nashville is symbolic, to say the least.