We interview the editors of a new poetry anthology inspired by London Calling
Tristen Gaspadarek reminded fans that she has some serious pipes
Nashville’s Those Darlins melted faces in San Diego on Sunday night
Two duos thrilled a Solana Beach crowd
A new film lets the quotable commentator speak for himself
Steve Coogan brings inane banter to the big screen — and it’s a good thing
Califone releases another excellent video
Annie Clark melted faces at a sold-out House of Blues
Ian Svenonius proves once again that he’s a cool-blooded killer
We interview the mastermind behind some of the best music around
The songwriter and her guitarist played a rare show without a backing band
The live experience doesn’t get much better than this
Live Review & Photos: The Tallest Man on Earth and Strand of Oaks at Birch North Park Theatre, September 2, 2012
The Swedish songwriter played to a sold-out crowd on Sunday
The Brooklyn songwriter treated San Diegans to a stunning show
The Chicago band brought the rock to the symphony
Richie Havens talks Woodstock, Hendrix, and songwriting.
One of our most evocative lists yet.
Brandi Carlile and her band brought the love to House of Blues.
If I was only allowed to say one thing about April Smith, it’s that she can sing.
Tristeza drummer James Lehner talks about his influences.
At age eighteen, Vic Chesnutt went from a reckless young man to a wheelchair-bound quadriplegic. All of his close family died off by the time he hit 25. He’s struggled with substance abuse. He owes $50,000 in medical bills. And yesterday, the 45-year old songwriter confessed to NPR’s Terry Gross (stream) that he’s tried—unsuccessfully—to kill himself at least four times.
Eric D. Johnson’s most influential 1990s records