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Early on in her sophomore album, Sarah Shook offers a . . .
Shake Some Action All Over Again! Okay, all you list-makers . . .
Between The Lines: Flamin’ Groovies Singer Chris Wilson Looks Back . . .
Guitarist/vocalist Samba Touré, from Mali, born in 1968, achieved regional . . .
Lucinda Williams has gone and made herself a double album. . . .
My introduction to these L.A.-based distaff dreampoppers arrived, appropriately enough, . . .
A dozen albums down, Peach State heroes the Drive-By Truckers . . .
Anyone who’s ever witnessed firsthand the sonic dynamo that is . . .
By the way, which one’s er, Nox? All of ‘em, . . .
In recent times it’s increasingly been the fashion for musicians . . .
Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs – aka “Sid ‘n’ Susie,” . . .
Boy, that’s what ya call truth-in-titling. It’s been six damn . . .
It’s the gayest album you’ll encounter this year, and I . . .
Out/proud Austin combo the Black Angels – “out” as in, . . .
Why is it that so-called “heritage artists” (translation: at least . . .
This ain’t yer mama’s Bad Seeds – or at least . . .
While you weren’t looking, Jason Isbell became one of America’s . . .
Sweden-born, New Orleans-formed Theresa Andersson has been compared to a . . .
Chapel Hill’s Michael Rank is best known for his notorious . . .
Here’s one that got away, kids. Austin psych-pop legends Cotton . . .
Working Class Hero: Jason Isbell’s Country and Soul Anthems Offer . . .