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The Bad Testament from Scott H Biram

The Bad Testament from Scott H Biram

By Jake Tully Apocalyptic and imperturbable all the same, Scott H. Biram has consistently sounded like the harbinger of portentous winds and meet streets that spell a changing landscape. The Bad Testament is no departure […]

John McEuen: The TJ Interview

John McEuen: The TJ Interview

John McEuen: The TJ Interview By, Courtney S. Lennon, Editor Marking his 70th year in life and 50 years since the inception of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John McEuen’s latest solo album, Made in […]

Guy Clark: The Best of the Dualtone Years

Guy Clark: The Best of the Dualtone Years

By Brian Rock In Country music, there are legends, then there are people who inspire the legends. Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs and Lyle Lovett (among others) all […]

TJ West: The Statesboro Revue

TJ West: The Statesboro Revue

By Kim Grant I first became acquainted with Stewart Mann, several years ago in Los Angeles when he was performing under his own name and I was booking bands in Los Angeles.  Soon after that, […]

Up Close & Personal with John Prine and Sturgill Simpson

Up Close & Personal with John Prine and Sturgill Simpson

By Chris Isom with photos by Adrienne Cohen Isom We’ve come to expect good things from the GRAMMY Museum and their GRAMMY Pro exclusive Up Close & Personal series raised the bar. Spending the evening with […]

Uncle Lucius Shows Us The Light

Uncle Lucius Shows Us The Light

By Brian Rock Austin’s Uncle Lucius severs ties with their old label for the freedom to independently release their fourth album, The Light. The album reflects their new found independence with soul-searching lyrics and music […]

TJ West: Introducing Andrew Sheppard

TJ West: Introducing Andrew Sheppard

Former frontman for the band, Gypsy River Haunts, Andrew Sheppard has gone solo on, Far From Here, an honest and soulful country rock album. Once an Angeleno, and now living in Idaho, TJ West catches […]

TJ WEST: Rockin’ Johnny Burgin

TJ WEST: Rockin’ Johnny Burgin

TJ WEST: Rockin’ Johnny Burgin By Kim Grant It was only recently that I became acquainted with Rockin’ Johnny, the “Modern King of the West Side Chicago Blues Guitar.” I was having an email exchange […]

TJ ARTIST PROFILE: 

Rose’s Pawn Shop

TJ ARTIST PROFILE: 

Rose’s Pawn Shop

TJ ARTIST PROFILE: 

Rose’s Pawn Shop HOME:
 Paul and Stephen live in beautiful Downtown Los Angeles, Christian lives in North Hollywood, John lives in Huntington Beach and Tim lives in Temple City. PROFESSION: 

Musicians. Duh. But […]

TJ Profiles: Sam Outlaw

TJ Profiles: Sam Outlaw

TJ PROFILES: SAM OUTLAW HOME: Los Angeles, CA PROFESSION: Country Singer/Songwriter HOBBIES: Wrangler Jeans model LAST ALBUM PURCHASED: Sturgill Simpson – Metamodern Sounds in Country Music LAST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Played ‘Stagecoach Festival’ in Los Angeles and […]

Del McCoury Brings His Own Brand of Bluegrass to the Huck Finn Jubilee

Del McCoury Brings His Own Brand of Bluegrass to the Huck Finn Jubilee

By Terry Paul Roland Talking with Del McCoury is like spending an hour with a favorite uncle you haven’t connected with in years. He’s congenial, funny and quick with scattered stories of his historic past. […]

Turnstyled Junkpiled Profiles: The Far West

Turnstyled Junkpiled Profiles: The Far West

Turnstyled Junkpiled Profiles: The Far West HOME: Los Angeles, CA PROFESSION: Movers of Musical Equipment. HOBBIES: Stargazing, Muckraking, Collecting Lampshades. LAST ALBUM PURCHASED: Robert: I just got Uncle Tupelo’s Anthology, great to hear those songs again. […]

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