The world of classical music evolved dramatically by the end of the 20th century, to a point where now, well into the 21st, traditional
Marco Pavé raised the profile of political rap in Memphis considerably with last year's Welcome to Grc Lnd album, in which he wove the
A meeting of minds and a locking of horns in the old midtown Memphis scene.
Forty years ago, a young devotee of power pop in general, and Big Star in particular, moved from North Carolina to Memphis. He worked
From the Crossroads to Beale Street is a dream come true for the yeoman guitarist
Robert Allan Parker
Ben Nichols on Lucero’s new album — and the pastoral life.
With the release of Lucero's first album since 2015's All a Man Should Do this week, a new page has been turned in the
Joey Killingsworth's band, Joecephus and the George Jonestown Massacre, has built up a good bit of name recognition over the 13 years they've played
Southern Gothic duo celebrates 20 years of their masterpiece, Through The Trees.
In 1998, Brett and Rennie Sparks, the husband-and-wife duo known as The Handsome Family, released their third album, Through the Trees. The American musical
Paul Snowflake Taylor celebrates both a new EP and a new recording persona, Friday night. Under the nom de plume New Memphis Colorways, he's
Earlier this year, Memphis road warriors Dead Soldiers announced an indefinite hiatus after five-and-a-half years together. Michael Jasud, singer and guitarist for the raucous
The first time I saw Cory Branan — solo at the Hi-Tone in its former location on Poplar — he performed an act of
On Triangles: Sound in Geometry Series Vol. 1 borrows its title from a 15th-century collection of treatises by Johannes Regiomontanus. The German renaissance astronomer