Arhoolie Records' Chris Strachwitz

Aug 1, 2002, BY BARBARA SCHULTZ

America is currently in an phase of its on-again, off-again love affair with roots music, largely thanks to the much-deserved success of the O Brother,...

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

Aug 1, 2002, by Rick Clark

Berry Hill is an incorporated community in the heart of Nashville and Davidson County that is probably no more than a square mile in size. Besides having...

Classic Tracks: Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer"

Aug 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

The new wave movement of the mid- to late '70s and early '80s had such broad tentacles and encompassed so many different kinds of bands that more than...

The Gospel According to Dolly Parton

Aug 1, 2002, BY RICK CLARK

Dolly Parton's flamboyant, exaggerated, country girl-meets-Hollywood look is one of the most identifiable in American culture. A less-talented or savvy...

Producer Billy Sherrill

Jul 1, 2002, BY DAN DALEY

The modern country music establishment in Nashville meaning since Hank Williams died in 1952 can be traced back to a triumvirate of producers who made...

THE CIRCLE REMAINS UNBROKEN

Jul 1, 2002, By Mark Waldrep

During the course of one week in the late summer of 1971, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and a who's who of Nashville's greatest pickers and singers made...

Classic Tracks: Kenny Roger's "The Gambler"

Jul 1, 2002, By Dan Daley

Kenny Rogers' recording of the Don Schlitz-penned song The Gambler turned a simple record into an entire industry. Aside from the tens of millions of...

Jeff Balding

Jul 1, 2002, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

Nashville can be deceiving. With all that low-key style and relaxed attitude, people from the rest of the country can sometimes get fooled into thinking...

Abbey Road at 70

Jul 1, 2002, BY BLAIR JACKSON

It will probably always be known as The Beatles' studio. Nearly every recording session in the group's storied career took place in the large, 19th-century...

EMMYLOU HARRIS AND BRIAN AHERN

Jul 1, 2002, By Rick Clark

During the 1970s, the Warner Bros. family of labels was known for having an integrity-artist roster. Performers such as Randy Newman, Jackson Browne,...

LOS LOBOS TURNS 25

Jun 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

It's never been easy to get a handle on Los Lobos. On the surface, they seem like a band that mixes good-time rock 'n' roll with festive Mexican tunes;...

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

Jun 1, 2002, by Rick Clark

When you think of artists such as Nelly Furtado, King Crimson, Alicia Keys, Bruce Springsteen and Mark Knopfler, Nashville doesn't readily come to mind...

Surround Solutions

Jun 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

In the world of studio design, form follows function, so it's not surprising to learn that the hot-button topic in that universe currently is surround...

Steve Cropper

Jun 1, 2002, BY DAN DALEY

Steve Cropper's guitar signature is all over the soundtrack of American pop music culture, from the unforgettable opening bars of Sam & Dave's Soul Man...

Randall Cunningham's Studio 7

Jun 1, 2002, BY MARK R. SMITH

It's a scenario that rears its head over and over again: A famous athlete or entertainer lends his or her name to a business as a marketing ploy, or perhaps...

Larry Klein Is Doing It All

Jun 1, 2002, BY CHRIS J. WALKER

Producer/bassist/songwriter Larry Klein has had a broad and successful musical career, yet he feels as though he's constantly working to avoid being typecast....

BOB MARLEY

Jun 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

During his lifetime, Bob Marley was the undisputed King of Reggae, selling millions of records and becoming one of the most recognized musicians in the...

Classic Tracks: The Rolling Stones' "Start Me Up"

Jun 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

The 1970s was a schizophrenic decade for the Rolling Stones. Their 1971 release Sticky Fingers, cut in Muscle Shoals, was one of their best records ever,...

The Agony and the Ecstasy of Choosing a Console

May 1, 2002, By Maureen Droney

Purchasing a console, especially a big-ticket one, has never been easy. Previously, choosing which console to buy wasn't that difficult: There weren't...

Classic Tracks: Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game"

May 1, 2002, By Maureen Droney

Chris Isaak's fans always knew he'd be a star. Mostly it was that voice: brooding, melancholy, impossibly romantic. Then there was the attitude: hip,...

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