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Melody Trucks Helps Keep The Spirit Of Allman Brothers Music Alive–And is Also Charting Her Way Through Her Own New Music

Melody Trucks was born into one of the “first families” of blues and Southern Rock. Her father was Butch Trucks, one of the two drummers for the Allman Brothers Band. Her cousin is Derek Trucks, of the Tedeschi-Trucks Band. Melody, … Continue reading

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Director Interview – Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash with Jared Cohn

There are few bands that are woven into the very fabric and history of a region’s culture, bands that are even regarded as a lifestyle. With lyrics and music relating to everyone from the common working man to the deployed … Continue reading

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Album Review: Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires’ “Dereconstructed”

Dereconstructed is the new album by the fabulously-named Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires (get it? glorifiers? because I was on late on that). The album, from start to finish, is one awesome blast of blisterin’ southern rock with clever, mostly … Continue reading

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