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2004 Stories by Roy Kasten

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  • Graham Parker

    published April 28, 2004

    How long can one man remain angry? Ask Graham Parker, and he'd likely tell you just as long as life keeps pissing him off. Career... More >>

  • Marah

    published April 7, 2004

    It's the unfiltered, seething sound of the city you hear in Kids in Philly, the album that remains Marah's finest hour. It's a sonic... More >>

  • Tom Russell

    published March 24, 2004

    You can trace Tom Russell's skeptical fascination with the American West to his earliest recordings -- or perhaps all the way back to his... More >>

  • Lucinda Williams (cancelled)

    published March 10, 2004

    Lucinda Williams built her reputation as a songwriter, but it's the dense grain of her voice -- the slur and shiver, the crackle and drawl... More >>

  • Forever Young

    published March 3, 2004

    Even for an artist long obsessed with finding beauty in noise and lyricism in chaos, Greendale sets a new standard for Neil Young. Shot on... More >>

  • Working-Class Hero

    published February 11, 2004

    Like a thousand rock & rollers, bluegrassers and country musicians before him, Fred Eaglesmith turned to music to escape the fate of those who... More >>

  • Go Tell It in the Garden

    published February 4, 2004

    The Lofties Sisters have always and only sung gospel, but that doesn't mean their music is irrelevant to folks who remain too skeptical, or too... More >>

  • George Strait

    published January 21, 2004

    The cover of George Strait's latest LP, Honkytonkville, shows the singer leaning against a lamppost before a neon-lit strip of... More >>

  • Bird Songs

    published January 21, 2004

    Andrew Bird now makes his home in Elizabeth, Illinois, population 700, a village surrounded by farms and limestone hills in the northwest corner... More >>

  • The Cantrells

    published January 14, 2004

    What could be simpler? Two voices, a guitar, a fiddle, sometimes a mandolin, blending on songs that belong to all of us, even if we've never heard... More >>

  • Bitter Truths

    published January 7, 2004

    It's not that you won't hear a good ol' honky-tonk drinking song on country radio these days, but there's a world of difference between "Beer for... More >>

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