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Todd Burge — W.Va.’s Musical Renaissance Man

May 7, 2008 Parkersburg’s Todd Burge is a singer/songwriter who has really made a name for himself. more »»

Charlie Kenney — To Nashville and Back Home

May 7, 2008 Short Gap, W.Va.’s Charlie Kenney grew up loving Outlaw Country music É and that’s what he sings today. He would sing “anywhere and anytim. more »»

Fairmont’s Got the Blues with Dennis McClung

May 7, 2008 Musician Dennis McClung is proud to live in the same town as Chuck Berry’s original pianist, the late Johnnie Johnson: Fairmont. more »»

Atmosphere Album One of His Best

May 7, 2008 “When Life Hands You Lemons, You Paint That Shit Gold” Atmosphere *** Download this: “Can’t Break,” “Me,” “Puppets” Slug/Sea... more »»

The Best Mustaches in the Music Business

April 22, 2008 If you are a guy you can pretend like what you grow on your face doesn’t matter but it does. It says something about yo. more »»

You’re Free to be Steve

April 22, 2008 Steve Free—even the name sounds majestic. Yet, if all that the man had was a name, I would not waste a word of your time. more »»

April Showers and Air Guitars with Poobah

April 22, 2008 Tonight we head north for Zanesville, Ohio. It is about 45 minutes from Columbus. more »»

Tales From the Studio

April 10, 2008 The New Relics have taken what has probably been the longest vacation in seven years—a whole week and a half without playing music in front of (hopefully) adoring fans. I know ... more »»

Pauly Shore Buu-ddies Up to Graffi-ti

April 8, 2008 Pauly Shore, aka The Weasel, aka Buu-ddy, has grown up. Really he’s trying. OK, not really. more »»

Larry Pancake Taking the Country Road

April 8, 2008 Larry Pancake was born and raised in eastern Kentucky. Now he rocks it out all over the tri-state are. more »»

Folk Art and Beyond

April 8, 2008 By Patrick Dolan Karri Roberts is fine where she stands in Morgantown. more »»

Because I’m Older and Know What I’m Talking About

April 8, 2008 Here’s a thought. “The Moon in Antarctica” by Modest Mouse has been out for eight years. more »»

Spoon Leads Indie Rock Rise, Loves Margaritas

March 26, 2008 Save for a handful of bands — the Shins, Modest Mouse — no other band has perhaps more signified indie rock's rise to mainstream success more than Spoon. more »»

Rock ’N Roll is No Match for Mother Earth

March 26, 2008 Our musical journey takes us through some crazy times. Sometimes it’s the people, the places ... or then there’s mother nature. more »»

Rocking the Pub, with Yuengling on Tap

March 26, 2008 In the last installment of “Tales From the Road,” I briefly mentioned a Harrisonburg, Va., club called “The Pu. more »»

Rehashing Dylan’s Ghost Through Other Ghosts

March 26, 2008 “I’m Not There” just lost all possible Oscars that it was nominated for, and there was no one more thankful than me. more »»

Bluegrass at Its Best with Dave Carroll

March 26, 2008 Dave Carroll hails from eastern Kentucky and is the lead of New River Line, the renowned Bluegrass band. more »»

Grant Aldan Implores You — Cheer Up

March 26, 2008 Morehead, Ky.’s Grant Alden is the co-editor of No Depression magazine, the premiere voice of roots music in the United States. more »»

Dave Lavender is a Day Tripper to Remember

March 26, 2008 Huntington’s Dave Lavender has been a musician since he was a tot, a journalist since college and a day-tripper all his life. more »»

 
 

 

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