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Ken Shane interviews one of America’s greatest songwriters
Too much is sometimes just too much.
Get in on the funding of Phil Madeira’s “P.M.”
Good golly, Ms. Dolly, rock our date night right into Preservation Hall. Have a ball.
The Editor-in-Chief runs down some of his favorite music from the year that was
Ken Shane was back at the Newport Folk Festival this year — but this time, he wasn’t just there as a journalist.
Bob Dylan is 70 years old, and the Popdose Staff has pulled together a massive post to honor him. Here are 70 of our favorite Dylan songs, one for each year.
When Scottish cock rockers Nazareth slowed things down to play “Love Hurts,” the whole world slowed with them. Rob Smith pays tribute in this week’s Death by Power Ballad.
The Popdose Podcast returns with an interview with Gorman Bechard, the creative force behind Color me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements.
Last night, the lineup for the 2011 Newport Folk Festival was announced at a live event in Cambridge, MA.
Buddy Miller has assembled a veritable guitar army for his latest effort, and matched the pickers with a talented roster of singers doing classic country songs.
Before Zach Galifianakis was Between Two Ferns John Candy was “between two pillows.” Kelly Stitzel explores the soundtrack to the John Hughes classic Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
Daniel Lanois is well known as a brilliant producer. His band Black Dub has released their debut album and Ken Shane thinks it’s one of the highlights of 2010.
Ken Shane would like to introduce you to the music of Black Dub, the new band project from Daniel Lanois, Trixie Whitley, and Brian Blade.
To celebrate Tuesday’s release of the new Patty Griffin album Downtown Church, Popdose looks back at the catalog of one of Americana’s brightest lights.
Popdose favorite Shawn Colvin has a new live album out — and to celebrate, she spoke with ace reporter Jon Cummings.