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Sin City Spotlight: Greater Pacific

Sin City Spotlight: Greater Pacific

  Sin City Spotlight:  Greater Pacific A Turnstyled Junkpiled Interview by Gerry Gomez, Staff Writer A cousin on-line publication has taken to calling what TJ’s Terry Paul Roland termed the Insurgent Country Movement and calls it Concrete Country. Interestingly, rather than box in the “alternative” country sound, Concrete Country seems to throw in all other […]

Dom Flemons: At The Crossroads of Sound – The TJ Interview

Dom Flemons: At The Crossroads of Sound – The TJ Interview

“Trouble In Your Mind” by The Carolina Chocolate Drops Dom Flemons: At The Cross Roads of Sound The Turnstyled Junkpiled Interview By Courtney Sudbrink, Editor Dom Flemons is a character. A refreshing burst of in-your-face, Old-Time tradition, his presence in today’s music is essential. Shaped by a diverse background and never-ending, intensive journey through the […]

The O’s: Life is a Nonstop Walk in the Park

The O’s: Life is a Nonstop Walk in the Park

  The O’s: Life is a Nonstop Walk in the Park A Turnstyled Junkpiled Interview by Gerry Gomez, Staff Writer On a typical day back home in Dallas, friends and band-mates, John Pedigo and Taylor Young of the upsurging Country “pop” band, The O’s,  meet at Tietze Park that lies in the middle of the […]

Guy Clark & His Craft: The Turnstyled Junkpiled Interview

Guy Clark & His Craft: The Turnstyled Junkpiled Interview

Guy Clark – “Sis Draper” (Sugar Hill Records) Guy Clark and His Craft: The TJ Interview By Courtney Sudbrink, Editor   Guy Clark is a writer’s writer. He puts the work in. But somehow it always seems effortless. And that’s what’s so great about him. With that trademark Texas twang and slow, soulful drawl, Clark’s […]

Sin City Spotlight: Matt Cartsonis

Sin City Spotlight: Matt Cartsonis

04 When I Was A Cowboy, Ledbelly cover by Matt Cartsonis Sin City Spotlight: Matt Cartsonis Sin City’s Sideman by Courtney Sudbrink, Editor Whether he’s pickin’ Pete Seeger’s banjo, singing with Emmylou Harris or rescuing a boatload of Cuban refugees, Matt Cartsonis always manages to fly under the radar. Quite possibly the music industry’s equivalent […]