Townes Van Zandt

In some ways music and photography are the same. They both share an artistic expression that appeals to almost everyone.
To watch Sage's "Heaven (Is a Grocery Store Clerk)" and her sit-down with Chatt, click here. To watch the band's "Long Gone
Five years ago, Belgian singer/songwriter Selah Sue broke out throughout Europe like a fake virus outbreak in a stale popcorn
Seattle-based singer songwriter David Nyro shares his first single “What Happened To Us All,” one of several he’ll be debuting
Moderation is smart in any situation, but especially when it comes to the Kentucky Derby.
"I'm from Texas and will always be from Texas, and if I ever break even, I'm moving back. It's a wonderful place to be from. There's a lot of history there and a lot of stuff that you know about and nobody else knows about."
This week we review music by Townes Van Zandt, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Matthew Puckett, The Cardigans, and more.
It would be so easy to rebrand his latest side project as Trampled by Winter or Dead Man Turtles. Apparently, Dave Simonett, the primary songwriter, singer, guitarist and frontman of Trampled by Turtles, had something completely different in mind with Dead Man Winter.
Steve Earle spoke to me from Liuzza's in New Orleans, where he had just ordered a Po Boy, and where he is currently filming the second season of HBO's Treme.
The Thorns absolutely has been my radar since it was first issued. Now, he's been the songwriter's songwriter for a long time: care to go into some of the Shawn Mullins story?
Each year, I write a column on Derby Day, and if you have followed my advice, you have lost a lot of money. The large fields at the Kentucky Derby throw logic out the window. Still, the betting system I tour is a good one.
A tireless, gracious and versatile performer, this tenderhearted temptress from Texas is known for ably assisting other groups, whether she's opening or closing a show.
Over a span of three hours on February 19, Justwin Townes Earle and Joe Pug were shining examples of how far-reaching revisionist folk can be. Earl scored in front of a crowd that turned rowdy during his 90-minute exploration of hillbilly mamas, old-fashioned honky-tonks and an older but wiser redhead from Georgia who
Colorado's scenery and culture has been inspiring artists for centuries, many of whom have immortalized their impressions
This year being the 25th anniversary of the release of the Talking Heads' concert classic Stop Making Sense, I spoke with Talking Heads Jerry Harrison and Chris Frantz on the cult favorite.
As you're recovering from the joyful overkill that was this year's Comic-Con, take a few moments to catch-up on a handful of the more interesting new press releases.