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Posted November 02, 2016in The Sound, Uncategorized

Davy Knowles reinvents the blues

It’s closing in on 10 years since Davy Knowles first came to America. Then 19, the blues rock musician came to the states from the Isle of Man with his three piece, Back Door Slam, to play the 2007 SXSW. He’s been living in America since that year, now calling

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Posted October 05, 2016in The Sound

Power to the partiers

Music and politics make for strange bedfellows. It’s a double-edged sword, with the outspokenness of musicians like Ted Nugent and Beyonce endearing them to half their fanbase and alienating them from the other half. Party enthusiast Andrew WK wants to shift the focus away from the partisan elements and toward

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Posted August 31, 2016in The Sound

Forever Mould

When you read recent articles about Bob Mould, you notice a common theme: career renaissance. The indie rock godfather has been making music consistently for nearly 40 years, with Husker Du in the ’80s, Sugar in the ’90s and under his own name since then, but his last three albums,

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Posted August 16, 2016in The Sound, The Sound Exclusive

Anything but dead

The Dead Daisies prepare to make some noise

The Dead Daisies is a “super group” if ever there was such a thing in the realm of classic rock. Featuring former members of Motley Crue, Whitesnake, Dio and more, the band released its third album,”Make Some Noise,” on Aug. 5 and will support KISS at an Iowa State Fair grandstand show

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Posted August 09, 2016in The Sound

Diving into the unknown with Grace Potter

Almost exactly a year ago, Grace Potter made the biggest decision of her career to date and set aside her band, The Nocturnals, to release a solo album called “Midnight.” Not only did the album put Potter out on a creative island, but it also marked an extreme musical departure

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Posted August 04, 2016in The Sound

They want you to (still) want them
A brief conversation with Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen

Cheap Trick is a Midwest music institution. Formed in Rockford, Illinois in 1974, the band has released 17 studio albums and several live albums, including the much-beloved, “At Budokan.” The band will be performing at the Iowa State Fair as part of the “Rock Hall Three For All Tour” with

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Posted July 27, 2016in The Sound

A smarter way to be Stoopid

San Diego-based psychedelic rock outfit Slightly Stoopid celebrated 20 years together in 2015. Now, as year 21 inches past its halfway point, the band is back on the road, doing what it does best. And while Slightly Stoopid has surprisingly experienced little turnover for a band beginning its third decade

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Posted July 20, 2016in The Sound

From Austin to the Graves

Alejandro Rose-Garcia, known by his stage name of Shakey Graves, was born in Austin, Texas, and honed his music in cities like Los Angeles and New York. But regardless of where he was living or playing, whether his music was in a bar or on YouTube, Rose-Garcia’s approach stayed the

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Posted July 13, 2016in The Sound, The Sound Exclusive

Hello, America!
The Temperance Movement vocalist Phil Campbell talks about the new album and bringing the band to the States.

Phil Campbell loves America — and then some. The Scotland-born singer of the blues-based rock band The Temperance Movement, Campbell — along with bassist Nick Fyffe, guitarists Paul Sayer and Matt White, and drummer Damon Wilson — is eager to get back on the road partake in all that is

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Posted July 13, 2016in The Sound

Regulating Warren G

Warren G considers himself a torch bearer of sorts. As one of the pioneers of the G-Funk style, G is a legendary name from one of the most iconic periods in rap history. He and his longtime collaborator, Nate Dogg, first hit the mainstream consciousness with 1994’s “Regulate…The G Funk

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