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There is only one Charlie Daniels

July 29, 2008 One of Southern rock’s definers is Charlie Daniels. He’s been going strong for 50 years and still performs 80-100 dates a year. more »»

W.Va. + Celtic Punk

July 15, 2008 The story of how Morgantown’s The Gentlemen formed in 2007 is a perfect example of the punk “do it yourself” ethic. more »»

Dan Cunningham Mixes Stories With Songs

July 15, 2008 Folk singer, musician, and storyteller Dan Cunningham hails from Morgantown, but plays all over West Virginia. His discography goes back to the 1970s. more »»

Crooked Elm Creeping to Morgantown Scene

July 15, 2008 When people think of West Virginia music, often they usually think of country and bluegrass. Little do they know there is a thriving punk rock scene happening in their own backyard. more »»

Nine Years of Genuine Junk, In Band Form

July 15, 2008 Ashland’s Genuine Junk Band is a funky, but true to their soul blend of rock, jazz, blues and Americana roots musi. more »»

Shadows of Sin Are Getting the Metal Out

June 30, 2008 Shadows Of Sin was conceived in 2006 by DamienVonDusk, then known as Count VinterFaust, as an old-school raw black metal project called Frost Throne. more »»

Scott McCartney Shows His Explicit Faith

June 30, 2008 West Virginia’s Explicit Faith mixes rock with a spiritual message. more »»

It’s All About the Rock with N/V’s Jamie Fletcher

June 30, 2008 Jamie Fletcher is the lead guitarist/vox for Parkersburg’s N/V. more »»

Michael Franti Loves West Virginia’s Hills

June 30, 2008 Getting an artist on the phone often is much harder than actually interviewing one. more »»

Lowlander — Making it Big in No Time Flat

June 20, 2008 Lowlander, a three-piece rock band from Weirton comprised of brothers Kris (lead guitar) and Sean Boynes (rhythm guitar/bass/vox) and Jim Courtney (percussion/vox), has completed an Eas... more »»

Zeke Clark Might be Interested in Publishing You

June 20, 2008 St. Alban’s Zeke Clark is only 19 – but already, he’s started his own publishing company. more »»

Bryce O’Laughlin In the Middle of Arockalypse

June 20, 2008 By Tamar Alexia Fleishman Oftentimes, we in “the biz” shake our heads sadly at the imagined future of rock ‘n’ roll and other music. more »»

Walking Out Blind — Hard Rock, Solid Message

June 20, 2008 West Virginia’s Walking Out Blind combines faith and hard rock music. more »»

Evolving Greencards Keep the Music Going

June 3, 2008 The Greencards started out as a bluegrass band and evolved into a modern acoustic band, “not genre specific,” as their mandolin player Kym Warner likes to point out. more »»

Faithfully Welcome that Wheel in the Sky with Open Arms, Or Any Way You Want It Really

June 3, 2008 Suddenly there’s a roaring cheer, and I look around to my friends to ask what’s going on. My eyes dart across the pub table but now they’re standin. more »»

The Gear are Making Tracks in Morgantown

June 3, 2008 Graffiti: What was it like to have your first album recorded by the legendary Mark Poole?  His name has been synonymous with Morgantown rock music for decade. more »»

Mattea digs for ‘Coal’

June 3, 2008 Kathy Mattea, born in South Charleston, has been creating the modern sound of country music for decades. more »»

Spielberg, Ford Cracking the Whip

June 3, 2008 Harrison Ford has not lost his edge. more »»

Are Finales a Thing of the Past

June 3, 2008 Generally speaking, season finales just aren’t what they used to b. more »»

Pumping Out the New Stuff

June 3, 2008 It seems like every comic company has a big batch of new series beginning this spring. Here are some titles already underway that are worth a closer loo. more »»

 
 

 

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