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Let the Good Times Roll

Twenty-six years in, the Supersuckers are still on the grind — and still dreaming big

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Even as the decades have passed and several members have moved in and out, Supersuckers remain committed to flippant, hooky, high-energy, underground-friendly Rock & Roll that heavily draws from Rockabilly, Garage Rock, Country and Punk.  

Toadies: Feeler

[Kirtland Records]

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 31, 2010
The music industry works in mysterious ways, which is the nice way of saying that it must be hard for it to walk around with its head shoved up its ass. The latest example is the "new" Toadies album, 'Feeler,' which should have come out in 1998 as originally intended.  

John Mellencamp, Kathryn Calder, Toadies and Eli "Paperboy" Reed

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 31, 2010
From rowdy '70s Punkish Pop stomper to '80s heartland rocker to '90s Americana bard to new millennium Folk provocateur, John Mellencamp has reinvented himself admirably over the past 30-plus years, albeit without the big picture importance, durable creativity or stylistic range of Bob Dylan, David Bowie or Neil Young. With the dangerously titled 'No Better Than This,' he teams up with dusty producer du jour, T Bone Burnett, to craft a mono masterwork steeped in '50s Rockabilly and '60s Folk.   

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