Justin John Rodriguez: A Journey of Song Along a Broken Road
Gunnar Biggs: Stalwart on the Upright
Liz Ajuzie: Coming Out Swingin’
Patrick Carney: Standing at the Corner of Art and Soul
Honoring Female Contributions While Striving for a More Human-Centered World
The Return of IPO San Diego: After a Five-Year Local Hiatus, David Bash’s Unique Music Festival Makes a Much-Anticipated Return
This Saw Is Not a Tool
Our Redneck Poet, Merle Haggard
Linda Hoover: I Mean to Shine
Tom Griesgraber: Now a Member of the California Guitar Trio
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)
The Central Library Concert Series
Beatific and Blissful, This Harpist Is Heaven Sent!
Toy Piano Festival Celebrates Its 21st Year
Paper Theatre Festival: It’s the Smallest Show on Earth!
A Conversation with Pea Hicks
Better Than Expected
Not Building a Wall; Making a Brick
Presonus Proves They Listen, Too!
How to Enjoy a Bluegrass Music Festival
SUMMERGRASS IS COMING!
Live Bluegrass Events are Back!
Why Is Bluegrass Music so Popular, Yet not on the Radio?
The Time I Saw Hank Williams
That’s My Maiden Name, Tex!
Why I Love the Adams Avenue Roots Festival
Upward Social Mobility
Things I Don’t Do…
Style or Genre?
To NAMM or not to NAMM?
FYI: February 2022
Slack Key Ohana
FYI October 2021
Staring at the Sun XIII
Gone in 48 Hours
The Role of a Record Label
An interview with California-Licensed Talent Agent Emily Bartell
An Interview with Attorney Haley McCullough from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc
What Paperwork Should I Bring to a Recording Session?
The Role of a Music Producer
RICCI / KROWN: City>Country>City
KENNY SHANKER: Vortex
MICAH GRAVES: Pawns: Not for the Ordinary
SCOTT SILBERT BIG BAND: Jump Children
STACY ANTONEL: Always the Outsider
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
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