- July 17, 2018
Two artists look at fathers and sons – Doug Hoekstra experiences Springsteen on Broadway.
Sleepwalkers (Island Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Where does the time go? Contributing writer Christopher Long reflects on his first decade with Ink 19.
Stay Gold (Dangerbird Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Painkillers (Island). Review by Jen Cray.
Afraid of Ghosts (Dangerbird Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Holly Grove. Review by James Mann.
Pop music’s modern-day messiah, Butch Walker delivered a headliner performance despite his opening act billing.
Orlando, Florida’s Megaphone wraps up an amazing year with a high energy hometown show.
Sycamore Meadows (Original Signal Recordings/Power Ballad). Review by Christopher Long.
Gold Medal (Atlantic Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
What’s the difference between young bands and old bands, and why would you want to be one and not the other? Lynn Wallace talks to Allister and finds out.
Bright Idea (Self-released). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Letters (Epic Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Tomorrow (RCA). Review by James Mann.
From Ink 19 ad rep to the Marvelous 3 to a career as a solo artist, songwriter, and producer, it’s been an interesting journey for Butch Walker, and he discusses it all in a candid interview with Gail Worley.
Did you know that back in the day, the Marvelous 3’s Butch Walker was an ad rep for Ink 19? It’s true! But now he’s the frontman for the popular Atlanta-based rockers, and is sharing his philosophy on rock n’ roll in the Information Age with Andrea Thompson.