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One Way In, Many Ways Out

One Way In, Many Ways Out

One Way In, Many Ways Out A Q&A with Lou Meresca Of Live at the Fillmore   By Geoff Gehman   Lou Meresca is connected to the Allman Brothers Band by a cosmic cord, or chord. The singing guitarist fell for the Brothers the first time he heard them, during a 1970 concert in his ... Read More
 

Modest Revolutionaries A Q&A with Brian Buchanan Of Enter the Haggis   By Geoff Gehman   The five members of Enter the Haggis like to make records that test the faith of their fiercely faithful fans. Two years ago the Celtic-infused fusioneers pushed the loyalty of their loyalists to the metal by asking them to ... Read More
 

Two Musicians, One Brain A Q&A with AJ Swearingen and Jayne Kelli   By Geoff Gehman   The first time AJ Swearingen heard Jayne Kelli perform in person, he was impressed by her distinctive singing, expressive songwriting and unusual poise. The first time Kelli heard Swearingen perform in person, she was impressed by more. “If ... Read More
 
Farm to Table to Stage

Farm to Table to Stage

Farm to Table to Stage A Q&A with Kevin Ruch Of Free Range Folk By Geoff Gehman Three members of Free Range Folk were jamming on a tune most bluegrass-fed roots bands would never dream of fiddling with: “Thus Spake Zarathustra,” forever known as the cosmic alarm-clock theme from “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Banjo player ... Read More
 
Diamonds in the Coal

Diamonds in the Coal

Diamonds in the Coal A Q&A with Bret Alexander And Pete Palladino Of the Badlees By Geoff Gehman The Badlees are very good at staying in tune by staying fresh. For three decades the central Pennsylvanians have remained vital with infectious roots rock, stick-to-your-soul lyrics and novel projects like the soundtrack to “Lit Riffs,” an ... Read More