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Singer-songwriter Michelle Shocked keeps the faith.
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And bluesy British songwriter James Hunter clarifies why his eyes aren't as blue as one might think.
by Rob Trucks | Mar 21, 2007
Regina Spektor sells out in the good way.
by Kristyn Pomranz | Nov 8, 2006
The Big Muddy Blues Festival is back and bigger than ever, while B-Sides finds out that Michael Bolton isn't an assclown and spotlights photography superstar Tammy Leahy,
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The moans on Dylans latest arent exactly of the morbid death-rattle variety.
by Rob Harvilla | Aug 23, 2006
B-Sides gets groovy with Ratdog's Bob Weir, gets the scoop on Counting Crows' new CD and hits a grand slam with our next scene trading card.
by Andrea Noble | Jul 5, 2006
Bob Dylan's Fox show leaves something to be desired
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The pierced and the ponytailed come together in Lucinda love
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Sometimes the worst movies have the best soundtracks
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In which Radar Station meets some folks who kinda like Bob Dylan
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The Living Things' Berlin brothers pull the wool over Radar Station's eyes
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Live 1975: The Rolling Thunder Revue (Columbia/Legacy)
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Honest-to-God icon Johnny Cash celebrates his 70th birthday with a passel of reissues
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