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Volume N0. 292 March/April 2019
07 The Word
The latest issue. By Brian Wise
10 Rhythms CD Sampler
The latest sampler is only available to subscribers!
12 The PBS Radio Festival
Jan Dale is a long-serving bluegrass presenter at Melbourne’s
favourite specialist music station.
14 Nashville Skyline
Anne McCue meets Bill Chambers.
16 All That Jazz
Jen Anderson on how Wynton Marsalis is opening new musical
18 Cedric Burnside
The new generation of Mississippi Hill Country bluesman. By Brian Wise.
19 Deb Conway & Willy Zigier
Jeff Jenkins on the duo’s new album The Words of Men.
20 Eric Bibb
Brian Wise talks to the world’s happiest griot.
21 Chris Cain
This Cain is able to play the blues. By Steve Bell
22 The National Celtic Festival
23 Andrew Swift
With awards in hand he’s heading for Groundwater.
By Megan Gnad.
24 Tammi Savoy
Bringing retro to Bello. By Megan Gnad.
27 Stephen Cummings
He has a new anthology so is he really going to retire?
By Jeff Jenkins
29 Charles Jenkins
The celebrated singer-songwriter takes a trip to the moon
and back. By Jeff Jenkins.
29 JEFF TWEEDY
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy steps out on his own with a memoir,
solo album and acoustic tour.
THE MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL
33 Lisa Fischer
It’s into the spotlight for the Stones’ long-time backing vocalist.
By Andra Jackson.
34 Bill Frisell
The acclaimed and revered master guitarist visits us with his
latest trio. By Andra Jackson.
36 Lonnie Holley
Sculptor and visual artist turns singer and creates a great
album. By Andra Jackson.
38 Susan Tedeschi
The new Tedeschi Trucks album Signs offers even more diversity
than before. By Iain Patience.
40 Neil Murray
Stuart Coupe talks to one of Australia’s finest songwriters.
41 Mick Thomas
With a fine new album Mick Thomas doesn’t intend to look
back. By Jeff Jenkins.
42 Justin Townes Earle
Earle The Younger hits his stride as The Saint of Lost Causes.
By Martin Jones.
44 The Felice Brothers
Ian Felice talks about line-up changes, personal matters and a
batch of political songs. By Chris Familton.
45 Glenn Cardier
The veteran musician finds fresh inspiration. By Steve Bell.
46 JJ Cale Stays Around
Brian Wise talks to Christine Lakeland Cale about the release of
previously unheard JJ material.
48 The Wilsey Sound: The Rise & Fall of
James Calvin Wilsey
By Michael Goldberg. The story of an influential but
54 Eel Pie Island & The British Blues Boom
Tony Hillier enjoyed a ringside seat during this historical epoch
in the evolution of modern music.
58 Musician: John Rooney
By Steve Bell
59 Musician: Daniel Champagne
By Steve Bell
60 Classic Album – CROSBY, STILLS & NASH
61 Classic Band – CLASSIC HEAT
The iconic blues outfit retains a close affinity with Australia
By Steve Bell
62 Underwater Is Where The Action Is
By Christopher Hollow
63 You Won’t Hear This On Radio
By Trevor Leeden
64 Waitin’ Around To Die
By Chris Familton
65 Technology – Steel Wheels
By John Cornell
66 33 1/3 Revelations
By Martin Jones
67 Classic Album – Crosby, Stills & Nash
By Billy Pinnell
67 Feature Albums
Stuart Coupe reviews The Soul Movers and Brian Wise listens to
The Black Sorrows and Bill Chambers.
Rhythms writers’ reviews.
74 World Music & Folk
By Tony Hillier
75 Classic Album – THE BAND
By Geoff King
By Al Hensley
By Tony Hillier
By Steve Bell
Des Cowley reviews a biography of the eclectic Keith Rowe and
Geoff King reads Jorma Kaukonen’s autobiography.
83 Festival Calendar
84 Hell & Goodbye
By Sue Barrett
Volume No. 293 May/June 2019
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