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REWIND: Deadeye Dick, A Different Story (Ichiban)

Singer songwriter Caleb Guillotte presses rewind on Deadeye Dick’s gold-selling 1995 release A Different Story.   “Billy Landry had just joined on drums and his straight-ahead style fit well with […]

Rewind: Davis, The Once and Future DJ (Independent)

Davis Rogan hits REWIND to talk about his 2005 release The Once and Future DJ, which caught the attention of TV producers David Simon and Eric Overmyer and, in part, […]

Rewind: The Bluerunners, The Bluerunners (Island Records)

Rob Savoy hits Rewind for a look back at 1990’s The Bluerunners, which took the band from the bars of Lafayette to the pages of Rolling Stone. “We were playing the Maple Leaf. Tripp […]

Rewind: Better Than Ezra, Deluxe (Electra)

Kevin Griffin looks back at the making of Better Than Ezra’s platinum-selling 1995 Electra release, Deluxe. “I was living in L.A., standing in line for a movie preview with my […]

REWIND: The Radiators, Law of the Fish (Epic)

Ed Volker hits REWIND for a look back at the release of Law Of The Fish by the Radiators on Epic Records in 1987 which introduced “fishhead music” to a […]

John Rankin’s Journey

“I have three jobs,” John Rankin says with a smile as he sits in his home off Bayou St. John surrounded by guitars and sheet music. “Teaching private lessons, teaching […]

Michelle Malone is Stronger Than You Think

The title of Michelle Malone’s 16th CD, Stronger Than You Think, perfectly describes both Malone and her music. Malone grew up in Atlanta, began writing songs as a teenager and […]

Jazz Fest Feature: Jim McCormick

Jim McCormick has written two number-one Billboard country singles and, with cuts this year on records by Luke Bryan, Keith Urban and Radney Foster, his resume is growing. But the […]

Music and Friends: Roxie Watson

Roxie Watson is a five-piece string band that blends gorgeous vocal harmonies and stellar songs. The group formed in 2007 as a just-for-kicks opportunity for long-time friends Beth Wheeler “BWhee,” […]

The Breton Sound: Sounding It Out

The Breton Sound is making waves very quickly in the New Orleans rock scene with anthemic, catchy songs that would feel right at home on larger stages and the band […]