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SITTING AROUND SINGING SONGS

By Steve Houk The ultimate goal of any great musician is to be their own man — or woman as the case may be — meaning they mostly want to succeed at writing and singing their own songs, and crafting their own personal vibe.

JAKE CLEMONS’ INCREDIBLE JOURNEY

One kid’s dream of following in his uncle’s footsteps ends up going far beyond just fulfilling one dream.  By Steve Houk When saxophonist Clarence Clemons passed away on June 18, 2011, the Springsteen Nation stopped breathing for a moment. Not only was there a deeply palpable and profound feeling of grief, but there was also […]

WAR: LIVING UP TO THE NAME

A founding member of one of funk rock’s great bands hangs onto the name and tries to maintain its lasting legacy. By Steve Houk So how does a band end up getting named War? I mean, that’s a helluva moniker to saddle yourself with, and then have to live up to. Not many more direct […]

JONNY LANG: FOLLOWING THE SIGNS

A rock and roll mainstay often loves seeing the cards fall where they may when creating his special brand of music.  By Steve Houk Yep, it’s the stuff of rock and roll legend. The story goes that there stood a 12 year-old Jonny Lang, wowing friends and family on the front porch of a North Dakota lake house […]

WALTER TROUT: TRUE BLUES SURVIVOR

One the blues’ most spectacular guitar men survives the biggest challenge of his life by doing what he does best. By Steve Houk You don’t have to go much past the title of blues powerhouse Walter Trout‘s 2015 record to see what kind of survivor he is. The superb Battle Scars is a glaring symbol of […]

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