Disciples of Sound

    The Beatles and India: the Documentary

    This year The Beatles: Get Back documentary caught the eye…

    Richrath Project 3:13: Bringing Back REO Speedwagon Guitarist Gary Richrath

    For some time now I’ve felt that Gary Richrath has…

    Deep Purple: Making Vibrant Music in 2021

    Deep Purple is a band with very little left to…

    Eric Clapton and The Lady in the Balcony

    In 1992, when Eric Clapton recorded an episode of MTV…

    Hollis Brown’s In the Aftermath: A New Take on the Rolling Stones

    My friend Ed and I have talked often about how…

    Marshall Crenshaw: Songwriting Mastery Revisited with #447

    Marshall Crenshaw’s career began in perhaps the most poetic of…

    Eddie Berman: Broken English Puts it All Together

    When Van Morrison released Veedon Fleece in 1974 he introduced…

    Gideon King & City Blog: Fusing Rock, Jazz, Creative Diversity and More

    Rock’s great guitarists have often been renaissance men; artists who…

    Duke Robillard: Rhythm and Blues Master

    The Rhode Island blues scene has been remarkably vibrant for…

    The Case of the Return of NRBQ

    I first caught “the Q” in college on a whim.…

    Ann Wilson: From Heart to Fierce Bliss

    It is sometimes rare to find established artists who have…

    Still Got the Knack: Rock Bassist Prescott Niles

    The Knack officially arrived on the scene in June of…

    The Handcuffs: This Band Just Might Save Rock And Roll

    The lead single off of The Kinks’ 1978 album Misfits…

    Like a Picasso: Bonnie Pointer’s Lost Album, Rediscovered

    The Pointer Sisters were a musical force of nature. Across…

    Jack Tempchin: Songwriter to the Stars

    There are a thousand reasons why Jack Tempchin is in…

    The Muffs’ Ronnie Barnett: Really Really Happy Again

    You probably know the Muffs from their 1995 cover of…

    Styx: 50 Years and Still Going Strong

    Last summer rock legends Styx came to Connecticut and headlined…

    The Zombies: As Alive as Ever

    In 2019 when the Zombies took the stage at the…

    The Allman Brothers and the Making of the 50th Anniversary Concert

    When Jaimoe, one of the last surviving original members of…

    Jorma Kaukonen: Playing Fur Peace

    Jorma Kaukonen has been wowing live audiences for decades with…

    Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man, A World-Class Keyboard Player

    Rock and roll documentaries have become fairly predictable. Over the…

    Chuck Leavell: World-Class Keyboard Player, Part Two

    In Part One (Issue 133) Copper interviewed keyboard player extraordinaire…

    Deko Entertainment: Moving Rock’s Legacy Forward

    When Gene Simmons of the band KISS said that “Rock…

    Heart’s Ann Wilson: Wandering Through the Wonder

    For a musical genre known to favor male vocalists, there…

    Marc Ribler: Musical Director and Solo Artist Extraordinaire

    The late Joe Guercio was the musical director and conductor…

    The X Factor: Richard X. Heyman

    I discovered Richard X. Heyman by chance, really. Upon release,…

    The Montreux Years: Documenting The Legendary Jazz Festival

    The Montreux Jazz Festival has been home to some of…

    Bob Welch’s French Kiss: Sentimental Favorite

    I resisted moving from the LP format to CD for…

    Will Van Dyke: From Broadway to Solo Breakout

    For my money, Ted Lasso is the best show on…

    The Immediate Family: Studio Legends, Together Again

    Back in the 1980s when I was a teenager, I…

    Joshua Radin, The Ghost And The Wall: No Boundaries During A Lockdown

    Singer-songwriter Joshua Radin has recently released “Goodbye,” a single from…

    Stephen Duffy: Flying Beyond Duran Duran With the Hawks and Lilac Time

    “Rock royalty” is perhaps an overused term these days. But…

    Dar Williams: Writing Songs That Matter

    The folk community is quite a bit like the jazz…

    Al Staehely: Spirit and the Letter of the Law

    In rock and roll you always take the wins where…

    Joe Grushecky: Still Rocking the House

    Pittsburgh’s own Joe Grushecky is one of the most genuine,…
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