Rosie Flores Opened for CCR as a teen?

November 15th, 2012 by Bloodshot

The press continues sending us mash notes over Rosie Flores' new album Working Girl's Guitar.

The Austin (TX) Chronicle and Yahoo Music did a full on interviews/ features with her, full of in depth history about her career, as well as Rosie's pivotal role in bringing Wanda Jackson and Janis Martin out of retirement (read the Chronicle's... Read more

DEX FEATURE IN SILVERTONE WORLD

July 27th, 2011 by Bloodshot

I think we can all agree that Dex Romweber is one mammoth talent on the guitar. Some of you tech geeks may even know that he is a dyed-in-the-wool accolate of Silvertone guitars.

The blog, Silvertone World, just did a feature on Dex and his fondness for that particular guitar (or "axe" as we say in the biz).

It's also got... Read more

Geo-Political Turmoil and YOU, the Music Fan

March 3rd, 2011 by Bloodshot

One of the reasons we like what we do is that it allows us to shield ourselves from the workaday realities of geo-political strife. We live in a happy, simple world.

However, every now and again, the connections between a nutjob despot (looking like Fred Armisen's kooky old uncle after a weeklong bender) and the world of hard working musicians... Read more

Exene Cervenka Interviews

October 22nd, 2009 by Bloodshot

The thing with some artists is that they haven't been around long enough to have interesting stories. Not so with Exene. She's a living part of music history and when she gets rolling on some stories, they are a hoot to read.

Here's a couple good 'uns that have come our way recently. Culturebelly talks with her about art... Read more

Bloodshot Digest July 24th, 2009

July 24th, 2009 by Bloodshot

In keeping with the energy level of a muggy July Friday, and running on two hours sleep (it's not easy being crazy, you know...), I'm keepin' this digest short and sweet.

  • Interview with Bloodshot Nan and Rob on Indiepit. Wherein they talk of their founding, their 15 years in the biz and where the world of artistic expression might be headed.
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Jonathan Lethem and Walter Salas-Humara talk I'm Not Jim on YouTube

September 29th, 2008 by Bloodshot

Check out an exclusive Youtube interview with The Silos' Walter Salas-Humara and Fortress of Solitude author Jonathan Lethem as they speak about their new Bloodshot project, I'm Not Jim. The experimental rock and spoken word album is the first collaboration for the pair, as they are joined by production dynamos The Elegant Too.

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