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"A Heaping Helping: Songs for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of AL" by Scott Ward

(Aug 15th 2012, 13:56)

This week I had the pleasure of chatting via Facebook with Alabama musician Scott Ward, producer and director at Lucky Dog Records. read more...

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Swinging With The Duke at the 2012 W. C. Handy Festival

(Jul 26th 2012, 13:27)

The Righteous Brothers may sing about a "rock and roll heaven," but when I die I want to go to jazz heaven. And if there read more...

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Mayberry is Alive and Well in Rogersville, Alabama

(May 21st 2012, 08:36)

Henry David Thoreau went to the woods because he wanted to "live deliberately." I go to

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View the BBC's Southern Rock Documentary on Swampland

(Apr 18th 2012, 09:17)

Swampland has added the BBC's new Southern Rock Documentary to it front page. Go here to view it -

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>>Music reviews

Review of: Albert King

I'll Play The Blues For You

(Stax Remasters) Albert King never tolerated nonsense. His guitar-playing captured the essence of his personality. He read more...

Review of: Jack White

Blunderbuss

(Third Man Records) Jack read more...

Review of: Paul Hemphill

King of the Road

(Houghton Mifflin Company)

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>>Music Features

Cheyenne Mize: Shades of Blue & Grey

Cheyenne Mize: Shades of Blue & Grey By James Calemine "If I could think of a way to do it right now, I'd head back to Louisville, sit on the porch drinking beer, drive around Cherokee Park for a few nights, and try to sink back far as I could into the world that did its best to make me. It's not hard to get tired of the read more...

The Bloom of Underhill Rose

By James Calemine "I've been told I've got a restless soul How much dirt do I need to dig through Before I hit the gold I tried to be good I try to do what I should I try to walk that line But that's not really my read more...

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>>Music Conversations

The James Ponsoldt Interview: From North Georgia Red Clay To the Hills of Hollywood

The James Ponsoldt Interview: From North Georgia Red Clay To the Hills of Hollywood By James Calemine Film maker James Ponsoldt was born in Athens, Georgia, in 1978. His father worked as a college professor and his mother was a writer. His read more...

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 Distance on April 10. The collection captures Casal's resonating songwriting and read more...

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