Legendary saxophone player Johnny Hodges is the subject of a comprehensive new biography. This excerpt addresses the changing times of the mid-1940s and the arrival of an innovative but divisive new player, Charlie Parker.
To celebrate today’s 25th anniversary of Jeff Buckley’s masterpiece Grace, we are proud to present you with a chapter from the forthcoming deluxe coffee table book 25 Years Of Grace. in this selection, Christopher Dowd talks about his friend and roommate Jeff, offering a touching and intimate look at the young man before he became a mythological, doomed soul.
Many in the Texas Music scene consider Ray Wylie Hubbard to be a cornerstone of Texas music. A new book examines his legacy, and in this selection former Cross Canadian Ragweed frontman Cody Canada discusses the legacy of his mentor and friend.
Writer Craven Rock delved into the underground society of Insane Clown Posse fans known as Juggalos. In this excerpt, you’ll learn of what leads a listener to want to take up the Juggalo life.
Weeds Like Us: A Memoir is the tale of a young woman who survived a most decidedly tragic and unhappy childhood and self-destructive young adulthood, and who has since become an internationally acclaimed and well-respected Blues musician. This excerpt finds her at nineteen years of age, straddling the life between self-destruction and self-awareness.
No Encore!: Musicians Reveal Their Weirdest, Wildest, Most Embarrassing Gigs: Joel Gion’s Craziest Gig Experience
We are quite pleased to give you an exclusive first look into music journalist Drew Fortune’s forthcoming book, No Encore!: Musicians Reveal Their Weirdest, Wildest, Most Embarrassing Gigs.