This Thursday, at the age of 84, the legendary saxophonist Johnny "Ace" Cannon, Jr. passed away in Calhoun City, Mississippi, where he settled in
Nestled between Memphis' many music festivals, Acoustic Sunday Live doesn't always get much attention. But don't let that lull you into indifference. For a
Incentives may bring niche music production to Memphis.
Music producers in Tennessee had much to be thankful for last week, especially with this announcement: "The Tennessee Entertainment Commission [TEC] Scoring Incentive Program
Even Barbara Blue sounds a little surprised at the talent she gathered together for her latest album, Fish in Dirty H20. While it's true
Lost tracks from one of Memphis’ seminal bands are released.
As I speak with the songwriter on the other end of the phone, it's a bit difficult to believe that he's from Lafayette, Louisiana:
Julien Baker, the Memphis-bred phenomenon behind 2015's Sprained Ankle and 2017's Turn Out the Lights, is touring in support of a new project with
Collaboration has been an essential element in the distinguished careers of master musicians Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer, and Zakir Hussain, each of whom has
Why would two doctors want to start a record label? Ask Dennis Black and Robert Wyatt of Black & Wyatt Records, and they'll tell
New York-based punks Titus Andronicus never got the memo about short, easy songs. Their music bristles with the energy and condemnation of classic
It's telling that the first track of Don Lifted's new album, Contour, is a cover of a song by electronica/low-fi/shoegaze phenom Alicks. That's because
Four years ago, the music scene lit up with news of a fresh face in town, hungry to play gigs. Stephen Chopek was clearly