Lauren Leigh: This Girl Is on Fire!
Chickenbone Slim and the Biscuits: Damn Good and Ready!
Jacob Najor: Drummer With All the Right Grooves
Holly Hofmann’s Jazz Heroics
GRAMPADREW: Existential-CowPunk-Flim Flam Man
Multi-Media Magnifique with The Music Stand
A New Era for Twiggs Coffeehouse and Bakery
Musicians Shine at the SDMA Nominee Showcases this Month
Bob Boss: Have Guitar Will Travel
Blues Lovers Get Ready! Lurrie Bell and Jason Ricci Are Coming to San Diego
Arlo Guthrie and Richie Furay Release New Songs of Pandemic and Patriotism
John Prine: An Appreciation
Remembering a Gentle Soul: David Olney
Ray Bonneville Brings His Musical Masala to San Diego
Dar Williams’ Journey Through a Thousand Towns
Examining Bob Dylan’s Love Sick Blues
John Densmore: An Invitation to Dance on Fire
A Father’s Day Story: The Courtship of Harry Nilsson’s Son, Zak
Jazz 88 Keeps Pumping Out the Tunes: Station persists despite numerous challenges over the years, including Coronavirus
Me and Ronnie Earl
San Diego Is (Almost) Famous Again: Cameron Crowe Brings his Movie to the Old Globe Stage
The End of the Line for Mad, the Magazine That Was Satirical, Silly, and Serious
THE HOSPICE BUBBLE and Other Devastating Affirmations: Poems by Lizzie Wann
You’ll Get Pie in the Sky When You Die
LENNY BRUCE: Word Blower Supremo (and the brother that you never had)
Calling All Troubadours! It’s National Poetry Month!
Blacktronika: Afrofuturism in Electronic Music
The Kazoo: Not Just an Annoying Party Favor
Words and Music: The Singing Trees at UCSD
Everything You Didn’t Know About Whistles!
Artificial Intelligence and the Creative Mind, Part 1
What Looms, Revisited: A.I.
Limiter: Mastering the Mix Raises the Roof
Jeffrey Joe Morin’s Songs for Ginny
Big Quiet Steps: Presonus Moves Studio One into New Directions with Version 6
April Bluegrass News
Bluegrass News for March
A Bluegrass New Year!
Bluegrass and the Holiday Season
How to Participate and Enjoy Bluegrass Jamming
When Hank Williams Came to Town
The Beat Movement and Coffeehouses
The Best Damn Blues Singer in Memphis!
Jody Reynolds and the Storms
Jeff Buckley Revisited, part 2
Jeff Buckley Revisited
The Live Album
Upward Social Mobility
Work on It
Pass It On
Gain, Volume, Loudness
Do You Really Need All of That?
Strange Stage Stories
March Music News
The Beatles’ Covers Chart Top 100 (1963 -2023)
For Your Information
Gone in 48 Hours
Music and the Law: Band Member Agreements
How to Get Your Music Placed in a Film or Television Show
How Much Does an Artist Get Paid per Stream?
Music in Sports: An Interview with California Sports Lawyer Jeremy Evans
The Role of a Record Label
What kind of Music Do You Listen to?
This Machine Kills Fascists
Everything’s Riding on This
JOE K. WALSH: If Not Now, Who?
THE UNIVERSE CHANNEL: Clues to Another World
LAUREN LEIGH: Ghost in the Picture
GLORIA TAYLOR: Sun
MIKE KENEALLY: That Thing That Knowledge Can’t Eat
Lady Brain Presents “Home is Where the Art is” Holiday Party and Clothing Drive
How Did You Get Here?
Aging Rockers and Fixed Incomes
Doors of Change: An Environment of Trust
Notes from Desert Trip
The Value of Things
For the Record
The Final Cut
Paul and Me (and Ocean Beach)
A Child’s Garden of Vinyl
This Is No Parasite
A Look Back at the Year That Wasn’t
I’ll Be Doggone
Nothing Spells Success Like Failure
Let’s Face It
Notes on On the Beach by Neil Young
Beehives and Hand Claps: The Enduring Quality of Girl Groups
Wow by Moby Grape
Odyssey & Oracle in Wax (or how I found my groove)
School Girl Crush
The Last One
The Mothers of God
A Light in the Dark
The Open Heart
Art and Memory
The Starving Musicians: Where to Eat in this Town
Where to Eat in This Town
The Starving Musicians: Where to Eat in This Town
October 2008 PDF Issue
Picus Maximus is a band with great ambition. Their debut CD, The Tragedy of Johnny Patriot, is a sprawling 16-song rock opera that tells a tale...