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Prison Book Club’s latest is both rockin’ and heartbreakin’

September 28, 2011 It may seem a bit premature to refer to Prison Book Club as a super group, but, in the context of West Virginia’s budding scene, the label is more than appropriate. more »»

TRUE GRIT: The hunchman from Boone Co.

August 31, 2011 Ask the average West Virginian to name the state’s most notorious outlaw of the 20th century and you will most likely hear Jesco White’s name. more »»

No bullsh*t: The Demon Beat goes on

July 27, 2011 When guitarist Adam Meisterhans sits down to talk about the latest The Demon Beat record, a whole host of subjects spring up: Dinosaur Jr. more »»

Daniel Johnston: Pop culture anti-hero

June 29, 2011 “I talk about my ideas all day long,” said Daniel Johnston. After speaking with him, there is little doubt. Johnston is a dream subject for any music writer. more »»

For WV’s Fletcher’s Grove, it’s All Good

May 25, 2011 For a group of guys, all West Virginia University students, who started out as just another band “paying their dues,” the chance for Fletcher’s Grove to play this year’s All Good Music Festival is... more »»

The Greens: Possibly the hardest working band in West Virginia

April 27, 2011 They might be the best band you’ve never heard of, but this band, together nearly a decade, is legendary in Morgantown and among other college crowds, playing something like 100 shows a year. more »»

Review: ‘Songs for People’ has something for everyone

April 27, 2011 Why The Greens out of Morgantown aren’t already a household name is beyond me. more »»

Lee: Have banjo, will travel

March 30, 2011 From a young age, Will Lee knew he wanted to be a performer. Growing up with musicians on both sides of his family, it was a natural progression for Lee to follow in their footsteps. more »»

This Irish band ain’t fiddlin’ around

February 23, 2011 First it’s the brogue, and then the stories of the people he’s met and the places he’s been in a career spanning 50 years, that let you know you’re talking to a real legend in traditional Irish music. more »»

Girls Guns and Glory

January 26, 2011 If Chris Isaak and Lyle Lovett had a love child, he would sound like Ward Hayden, who somehow also manages to resemble Hank Williams. more »»

W.Va.: Home to next big app?

December 28, 2010 The next big mobile phone app might come from West Virginia. At least that’s the expectations of Bryan Stealey, president of Filter Publications, Inc. more »»

Southern Culture on the Skids

November 23, 2010 Maybe it was because I had first heard Southern Culture on the Skids in the mid-‘90s, during the “Seinfeld” reign, that I’ve always thought of the band as a Seinfeld-esque group with a Southern... more »»

Eliza’s blue rendition of folk shines

September 30, 2010 What’s an inspiring singer-songwriter to do when she’s too fraught with terror at the prospect of playing her songs for people, let alone on a stage, that she can’t even strum her guitar? more »»

Liecus proves age can bring growth

August 25, 2010 Few bands in the Mid-Ohio Valley have been around as long as Liecus, but don’t let their longstanding status fool you into thinking the heavy rock band has grown stal. more »»

Parkersburg resident writes for D.C. comics

August 25, 2010 You don’t turn down D.C. comics. If an editor from the flagship company asks you to do story on Harley Quinn, who you’re only vaguely familiar with, you take it. more »»

Pitchfork Music Festival

July 28, 2010 It had all the making of an independent music festival. more »»

300-pound ‘country rapper’ on why he’s more authentic than Taylor Swift

July 28, 2010 “Country rapper” Colt Ford may have a point when he gets defensive about people’s suggestion that his music is not “real country. more »»

Black Neil Diamond returns home

June 30, 2010 A little more than 10 years ago, Theron Denson was hopping from table to table at an Outback Steak House in Charleston, W.Va. more »»

Librarians release the summer’s best album

April 28, 2010 I’ve said it once and I’ll say a thousand times more: Librarians’ new release,  “Present Passed,” is one of my favorite albums of the year — West Virginia... more »»

Cherryholmes brings it grade ‘A’ goodness to town

March 31, 2010 There’s something inherently charming about family bands, especially ones that are multi-generational. When said family band is actually an extremely talented, award-winning bluegrass band ... more »»



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