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The Neal Casal Interview: Sweeten The Distance

The 2012 Neal Casal Interview: Sweeten The Distance By James Calemine Neal Casal stands as a musical journeyman. He just released his 10th solo album titled Sweeten The read more...


Walking with Zambi: The Colonel Bruce Hampton Interview

Walking with Zambi: The Colonel Bruce Hampton Interview By James Calemine                     "I do not come to you as a reality. I come to you as read more...


Through A Crooked Sun: The Rich Robinson Interview

Through A Crooked Sun The Rich Robinson Interview By James Calemine                                    read more...


Essence of Light: The Adam Smith Interview

Essence of Light The Adam Smith Interview By James Calemine Born in Macon, Georgia, in 1975, Adam Smith's photography transcends his age. Smith attended college read more...


Everyone Wants To Go to Heaven, But No One Wants To Die: The Marc Ford 'Fuzz Machine' Interview

Marc Ford’s Fuzz Machine Interview (Everyone Wants To Go To Heaven, But No One Wants To Die) By James Calemine


Sage & Spirit From Widespread Panic’s John Bell…25 Years of Music & Musings...

Sage & Spirit From Widespread Panic’s John Bell…25 Years of Music & Musings (PART ONE) By James read more...


The Sudy Leavy Interview: Timeless Stories And Relics from the Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation

Sudy Leavy Interview Timeless Stories And Relics from the Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation By James Calemine Sudy Vance Leavy’s book Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation presents a timeless historical glimpse into life on a coastal read more...


Luther Dickinson Interview: It's A Family Affair

Luther Dickinson Interview It's A Family Affair by James Calemine   The Dickinson Family ranks as one of the most read more...


The February 2010 Patterson Hood Interview

Patterson Hood Interview February 2010 By James Calemine On the eve of his annual read more...


Lance Ledbetter Interview: The Divine Grace of Dust To Digital

Lance Ledbetter Interview Dust To Digital’s Divine Grace By James Calemine The story of Dust To Digital is a divine one. In the read more...


The Todd Nance Interview Series: Volume 2

Todd Nance Interview Series: Volume 2 December 29, 2009 By James Calemine So, at the end of 2009 read more...


November 2009 Chuck Leavell Interview

Mystery And Manners' November 2009 Chuck Leavell Interview


Thunder On The Mountain: Interview with Widespread Panic's Dave Schools

Dave Schools Interview: Thunder On The Mountain By James Calemine "Will power. With strength of will you can do anything. With read more...


The Horace Moore Interview: Gatekeeper of Widespread Panic's Archive

The Horace Moore Interview By James Calemine   Gate Keeper of Widespread Panic’s Music Archive


Eric Quincy Tate's Dave Cantonwine: The GRITZ Interview

by Michael Buffalo Smith Eric Quincy Tate was one of the greatest Southern Rock bands of all time, but they just never got the recognition they so richly deserved. The Texas based band was compared by many to fellow


Mike Mattison: The Gritz Interview

by Derek Halsey As the Derek Trucks Band (DTB) walked out to perform in Cincinnati, Ohio, this past February, there is a chair unexpectedly sitting on the front of the stage. Derek Trucks, the former read more...


2008 Marc Ford Interview: In Through the Out Door of the Neptune Blues Club

                              In Through The Out Door of The Neptune Blues Club


Randall Bramblett Interview 2008

by Michael Buffalo Smith Randall Bramblett has a hot new album out this month on New West records, (Now It’s Tomorrow) but this ain’t his first rodeo. Bramblett has been read more...


Adam MacDougall Interview: The Black Crowes Electric Spanking of Warpaint Babies

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The Gentle Spirit of Jonathan Wilson

A Southern Son Out West By James Calemine “Are you satisfied? Are you occupied? Do you have enough time To read more...


Luther Dickinson Interview: The Secret Code of Memphis Guitars

Luther Dickinson Interview The Secret Code of Memphis Guitars By James Calemine January 2008 "I'm gonna leave Memphis and spread the read more...


The Sounds of David Barbe

                                      THE SOUNDS OF DAVID BARBE 


Way Down South With John Sayles

Way Down South with John Sayles By James Calemine John Sayles’ films command respect. His latest film, Honeydripper, takes read more...


Troy Johnson, (Columbus, GA) Ledger-Enquirer


Marc Ford Interview

Marc Ford’s Southern Harmony by James Calemine May, 2007 “It’s too soon to tell the difference Read that page another day It’s not clear the lines you’re crossing Just read more...


Kirk West

Kirk West Swampland Interview James Calemine @jamescalemine April, 2007   KIRK WEST’S PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES Kirk West plays an integral part in The Allman read more...


Al Kooper

AL KOOPER Black Coffee and Some Lynyrd Skynyrd, Please by Michael Buffalo Smith October, 2005 No introduction is necessary. If you listen to rock and pop music, you know who Al Kooper is. For those of us entangled in the world read more...


Jerry Reed

WHEN YOU'RE HOT, YOU'RE HOT An Interview with Country Superstar/Actor Jerry Reed by Michael Buffalo Smith September, 2005 Jerry Reed is a true star. From his string of hit read more...


Rich Robinson (Black Crowes)

AS THE CROWE FLIES RICH ROBINSON ON THE BLACK CROWES AND GOING SOLO By James Calemine This interview was conducted with Rich Robinson four months before the Black Crowes regrouped in February of 2005 to tour for their “All Join read more...


Jeff Carlisi (.38 Special)

The Guitarist Talks About 38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Big People by Scott Greene October 2001   Jeff Carlisi, Architect? Were it not for a recession, he could be designing buildings instead of crafting guitar read more...


Red Dog Campbell

The Original Road Dog Red Dog Campbell’s Thirty-Three Years with The Allman Brothers Band by Michael Buffalo Smith August 2001 He’s the most famous “roadie” on the planet, no read more...


Col. Bruce Hampton

THE DADDY OF US ALL Col. Bruce Hampton (ret) Discusses Everything from Andy Griffith to Slingblade to The Aquarium Rescue Unit , Horse Racing and Zambee by Michael B. Smith January, 2001 Col. Bruce read more...


Jimmy Nalls

The Bionic Blues Man Jimmy Nalls Battles Disease and Keeps On Rockin’   by Michael Buffalo Smith   Fall 2000   Jimmy Nalls is read more...


Don Barnes

There’s Still Something Special About .38 The Don Barnes Interview by Michael Buffalo Smith February 2000 One of the hardest working bands of the ‘80s and ‘90s, still going strong read more...


Wayne Perkins

THE ULTIMATE ROCK AND ROLL SIDE MAN Wayne Perkins: A Lifetime on Six Strings by Roxane Crutcher December 1999 Wayne, could you give the readers of the interview a brief review of your music read more...


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