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Archive for the ‘Songwriter Interviews’ Category
If you want some great songwriting tips and insight, look no further than this interview from 1988 in Playboy magazine with Tom Waits. Tons of nuggets of inspiration and lots to digest. Tom Waits Playboy Interview March 1988 Most people know singer-songwriter Tom Waits as the poet of late-night metropolitan areas, the bard of smoky [...]
I’ve always admired the age old saying, “if there’s no scene, make your own”. Singer and songwriter Todd Burge has done just that. Big things are happening in the little town of Parkersburg, West Virginia. Over email, we did a little interview which explains the concept behind the growing success of their Songwriter Night: Blogging [...]
Florida’s own Mofro plays my favorite sort of groove – a southern funk swamp shuffle that can easily switch to different genres, without compromising their fundamental sound. Their debut album was deemed one of the “Best Albums of the Decade” in 1999. Their third – and latest – album is called “Country Ghetto” and sounds [...]
The Wood Brothers “Ways Not To Lose” is an album that should be required listening for any real music fan. With doses of Delta swagger, Chicago blues and New Orleans shuffle, this album is a keeper. Smart lyrics, stellar songwriting and flawless performance have earned this album’s keep in heavy rotation on my stereo, iPod [...]