- Screen Reviews
- December 9, 2019
The horror-comedy classic gets new life in this Blu-ray reissue.
These new collections of Christmas songs won’t have you saying “bah humbug”.
To say Bobby Keys was the greatest rock ‘n’ roll sax player is to damn him with faint praise.
Johnny Winter has passed. But his blues will never leave us. James Mann recalls the Texas guitarist.
Lou Reed, RIP.
Lou Reed, RIP.
The songwriting community has lost a hidden icon. David Whited shows us the man behind the curtain.
Guitars have become quite affordable lately… and supremely boring. Ian Koss discovers a new alternative.
With Slim gone, we are defenseless against Mars. Charles DJ Deppner details all the other things we’ll miss.
Matthew Moyer unveils the secrets of this month’s 45 Grave.
The greatest country singer of all, George Jones has died. James Mann says thank you.
Fast becoming one of the most popular festivals in the country, Wanee Music Festival once again brings a delightful mix of top-shelf talent to the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida, Thursday, April 18 through Saturday, April 20.
Chicago Bob Nelson passed away on January 18. James Mann recalls this legendary bluesman.
45 Grave is a monthly column dedicated to a physical music medium that is way too fun to go quietly into digital limbo, no matter how long its author suffers from a turkey coma.
45 Grave is a monthly column dedicated to a physical music medium that is way too fun to go quietly into digital limbo, no matter how eagerly cloud zombies want to fashion the coffin.
Legendary southern songwriter Joe South died Wednesday of heart failure. James Mann asks Dan Baird to recall “Hush.”
American writer Ray Bradbury leaves Earth a significant legacy as one of the most influential writers of the latter 20th century. Matt Parish recollects the man and his work, and his personal interactions with Bradbury.
The world mourns the loss of a true musical master, Doc Watson.
Jared Campbell, in pressed button-up shirt and Ganesha tie, declares gratitude for MCA and the rest of the Beastie Boys.
David Johansson peers into the donkey-cart abyss that is Brevard Busking Coalition, and comes out mostly unscathed.
James Mann remembers Levon Helm.