Lissa Townsend Rodgers
12 years ago
While Detroit's cavalcade of garage bands may be a tribute to the city's automotive past, only one has represented their hometown's musical history. Headed by scene godfather Mick Collins, the Dirtbombs have a sound that can't be contained by a me...
13 years ago
I see where the White Stripes canceled their summer festival dates, the Raveonettes and the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club were frequent replacements on the main stage. So maybe something good will come out of this '80s revival after all. I've been w...
18 years ago
These days, the blues seems to exist outside popular music, partitioned off to clubs full of worker bees unwinding with a few beers and a Grammy category they don't even telecast. Which is why you've probably never heard of Little Charlie and the ...