Whoa! Paste Magazine named Alejandro Escovedo's Bloodshot album More Miles Than Money one of the 30 best albums of 1998! They even suggest the record includes the high point of the decade: 'The 12-minute, album-closing medley of Escovedo’s vertigo-inducing “Gravity” and [Lou] Reed’s “Street Hassle”'
"I collect experiences, the crazier the better, the weirder the better, I go about my life doing my thing, and at some point when I’m alone, usually after a whiskey or two, my subconscious aligns everything..."
Sarah Shook chatted with American Songwriter Magazine about her songwriting craft (they know a thing about songwriting, since you know, their magazine...Read more
Hear dashing blues guitarist Luke Winslow-King's funky new tune "Chicken Dinner," a "rock n' roll song about romance" co-written with late New Orleans blues singer Lissa Driscoll, via Billboard. Listen here, along with an interview with Luke about the song and his journey back to his home state of Michigan after years spent in...Read more
"Shook knows exactly how to make good on an opening line like “I didn’t mean to stay out all night drinkin’.”
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