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Fleet Feet

Fleet Feet

Fleet Feet A Q&A with Noah Wall Of The Barefoot Movement   By Geoff Gehman   The four members of The Barefoot Movement like essential elements. Harmonies that ring, rhythms that zing, songs that sing. Stories about love, loss, legacy. Playing ballads, reels and hoedowns barefooted, around a single microphone, in places as far flung ... Read More
 
These Fires

These Fires

These Fires A Q&A with Paula Cole   By Geoff Gehman   I once crawled across Paula Cole’s desert of desire. My erotic odyssey unfolded during her 2011 concert at the Sellersville Theater. We all sweated up a storm as Cole and her band mates slow-burned through “Feelin’ Love,” an erotic ode that revolves around ... Read More
 
Tiara of Creation

Tiara of Creation

Tiara of Creation A Q&A with Joanne Lediger Of Reverend Jefferson   By Geoff Gehman   Joanne Lediger was 14 when Grace Slick became her rock ‘n’ roll queen. The brand-new high schooler pretty much crowned Jefferson Airplane’s co-pilot as a musical pilot. Slick had everything that Lediger craved: a soaring, rallying, thrilling voice; a ... Read More
 
Triple Trouble

Triple Trouble

Triple Trouble A Q&A with Albert Cummings   By Geoff Gehman   Albert Cummings flirts with fire. He plays electric guitar as if he’s running through a blazing forest, sings as if his belly is full of burning coals, dances as if he’s jigging across a bed of hot rocks. He performs without a set ... Read More
 

Mac Attack

Mac Attack A Q&A with Scott McDonald of TUSK   By Geoff Gehman   Scott McDonald was nine when he suffered, and savored, his first Fleetwood Mac attack. The blows were delivered by the band’s “Rumours” album, which he heard over and over and over again blasting from his parents’ cabin cruiser of a stereo. ... Read More
 
A Coney Island of the Mind

A Coney Island of the Mind

A Coney Island of the Mind A Q&A with Neal Shulman Of Aztec Two-Step   By Geoff Gehman   Aztec Two-Step shows are mini-holidays, one-night vacations from the grind and the gristle. Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman unwrap gifts they’ve been creating together for over 40 years. Fluid, flashy acoustic guitars. Branching, brotherly vocals. Topical, ... Read More