"When I'm playing a real Mellotron, it's like I'm playing ghosts," says Pat Sansone, multi-instrumentalist for Wilco, who's in town for a series of
It's been 21 years since Goner Records co-owner Zac Ives happened across a Wreckless Eric cassette tape passed from Greg Cartwright to the late
In September 1968, five months after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., and exactly one year before Hot Buttered Soul arrived in record
Twin Peaks are treading some less familiar territory this spring. Riding high off three landmark album releases within the past two years, the rising
Diverse Memphis groups unite for comic anthology fund-raiser.
Memphis bands Sweaters Together and Tape Deck will headline at a benefit concert this Friday at the Hi-Tone to fund the printing and release
The annual return of one of Memphis’ rowdiest bands.
A lark is a lark is a lark, and many a band has been launched on a whim, but Big Betsy is one lark
A “don’t miss it” photo exhibit at Stax.
For many Americans, the death of Elvis Presley in 1977 marked the end of an age of innocence in rock-and-roll. But it had more
Julia Bullock performs with IRIS.
This weekend's IRIS Orchestra program is an American tribute with all works from the first half of the 20th century. But a thoroughly 21st
Robert Gordon is a different sort of music writer. With an investigative journalist's penchant for going down dark corridors, knocking on closed doors, and
When I catch up with EarthGang, they're in Albuquerque, New Mexico, halfway through their first headlining U.S. tour. It began on February 1st in
When songwriter Jim Lauderdale takes the stage at the new listening room in the Old Dominick Distillery this week, it will renew a long