Roddy Woomble – The Impossible Song & Other Songs Album Review

‘A New Day Has Begun’ is a full on folk stomp right from a off; with an fatiguing drum line pulsation out a kick together with drums, banjo, mandolin, violin lines and all, a thirty-six second introduction builds covering by covering before Woomble’s particular vocals enter. Harmony and structure are simple, predicted even, though there’s [...]

Styx’s Tommy Shaw To Drop Bluegrass Debut on Mar 22nd!

Tommy Shaw, guitarist of mythological stone rope Styx, is set to recover his entrance Bluegrass album, “The Great Divide” on Mar 22nd, 2011, by Pazzo Music/Fontana Distribution.  The manuscript facilities an considerable register of guest musicians, including: Alison Krauss, Dwight Yoakam, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Rob Ickes, Stuart Duncan, Byron House, Gary Burr and many [...]

Brevard siblings measure soundtrack success

<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 11–> Ever see an part of “The Simple Life?” Not a Paris Hilton fan? No problem. What about “CSI: Miami?” Or a History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens?” A span of Brevard County brothers has a horde of strain credits for cinema and radio shows, as sundry as Hilton’s gone existence uncover to “What [...]

Local rope male gets to open for guitar hero

Ken Sederdahl has been an zealous supporter of guitar fable Robin Trower many of his life. As a boy, he was unprotected to Trower as a member of Procol Harum and on Trower’s classical solo collection, “Bridge of Sighs;” as a budding guitarist, he complicated and attempted to duplicate Trower’s technique; then in new years [...]

The guitar has taken Morris on utterly a journey

NORMAN — Bob Morris took piano lessons, starting during about age 6 when he picked out tunes by ear. But it wasn’t until he picked adult a guitar as a teen that he found his instrument, one that has given him opportunities to transport with bands as good as to deliver thousands of students to [...]

Hot Tuna brings the crazy outing to Yardley Hall

In 1969, a year in that Janis Joplin patrician an manuscript “I Got Dem Ol’ Kozmic Blues Again Mama,” Jack Casady and Jorma Kaukonen founded a new opening for their graphic code of blues. The duo, members of a renouned stone rope Jefferson Airplane, named their new psychedelia-tinged plan Hot Tuna. Over forty years later, [...]