Issues Archive

Issue 38

– Cuthbert’s Cole Taylor Is the Latest Southwest Georgian to Top the Country Charts
– Soul Brother, Where Art Thou?
– Rusty Taylor: Chairman of the Board

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Issue 37

– Torres – Macon-bred Indie Rocker Breaks Out
– Indiependence Vol. 1: ATL Documentary
– Diane Durrett: Soul Singer Brings the Party
– Rafael Pereira: Percussionist Launches Record Label
– Norman Blake: Legendary Folk Musician & Picker
– King of Pops: The Musical

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Issue 36

– String Theory
– Georgia Musicians Plentiful on Record Store Day
– Dahlonega’s Eclectic Mountain Music Scene
– Tinsley Ellis: A Little Luck
– Discovering Columbus
– 10 Can’t Miss Spring Festivals

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Issue 35

– Kindred Spirits: Sister Duo Larkin Poe
– Southern Gravity: Kristian Bush
– Blues Singer/Songwriter EG Kight
– Loudfund Model Empowering Bands
– Sacred Harp Patriarch Raymond Hamrick (1915-2014)
– Special: Larkin Poe Christmas Memories

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Issue 34

– Q&A with Soul Star Sharon Jones
– Down Country Roads with Amy Ray
– The Divine India.Arie
– Roxie Watson’s Grass Roots Reign
– Grammy-winning Art Director Susan Archie
– Moonhanger Invests in Macon
– Atlanta Music Project

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Issue 33

– Rap of Ages: Goodie Mob Reunites
– Psych-Metal Juggernaut Kylesa
– Ed Roland and the Sweet Tea Project
– Get to Know: T. Hardy Morris
– Get to Know: Shonna Tucker & Eye Candy
– Get to Know: Whiskey Gentry
– A Man For All Seasons: James “Alley Pat” Patrick

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Issue 32

– Ciara Brings Sexy Back
– 13 Ways of Looking At a Futurebird
– Fourth Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra
– Athens’ Baxendale Guitar
– Q&A with Sevendust
– Get to Know: Flush Music, Hannah Thomas & von Grey
– Fox Theatre Institute Gives Back

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Georgia Music Magazine Winter 2013

Issue 31

– Award-winning Singer/Songwriter Dallas Davidson
– Q&A with Killer Mike
– Connor Christian and Southern Gothic
– 100 Years of the Atlanta Fiddlers Conventions
– Gripp: The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth

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Issue 30

– Singer/Songwriter Michelle Malone
– Remembering the Legacy of Joe South (1940-2012)
– Q & A with The Whigs
– Third Day’s Mac Powell Explores Country Music Roots
– Music in North Georgia’s Lake District

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Issue 29

– Chef Kevin Rathbun and Musician Mike Geier
– Cue It Up – Smokin’ Music & Smoked Meat
– Georgia’s Craft Brewers Claim Music as a Second Love
– Kelly Hogan’s Triumphant Return
– A Statewide Tour of Musician-Owned Eateries
– Get to Know: Callaghan, Colt Ford and Lecrae

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Issue 28

– Athens Musicians Make a Difference
– Might of the Living Dead – Georgia’s Film Industry
– A Grave Expedition – Georgia’s Fallen Troubadours
– Atlanta Metal Band O’Brother
– Athens Musician and Artist Jim White
– Get to Know: Francesca Battistelli

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Issue 27

– Zac Brown’s Southern Ground Stable of Artists
– The Oral History of Elephant 6
– Conversations with Georgia Recording Studio Owners
– Q&A with Audio Engineer Phil Tan
– Get to Know: Wycliffe Gordon
– Get to Know: Sonic Generator
– Get to Know: Reptar

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Issue 26

– The Ballad of Butch Walker
– Chet Atkins: Certified Guitar Player
– Karen Peck and New River
– Athens’ Math Rock Scene & Hello Sir Records
– Columbus Grooves to Its Own Rhythm
– Get to Know: Rico Love & Lera Lynn
– Dust-to-Digital Releases John Fahey Package

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Issue 25

– Mastodon: Thinking Man’s Metal
– The Last DJs – Georgia’s Pre-Corporate Trendsetters
– Q&A with Gladys Knight
– ‘Nappalachia – Music in North Georgia’s Wine Country
– Jackson Steel Guitar Company in Dahlonega
– Get to Know: Blackberry Smoke & Gentleman Jesse

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Issue 24

– Macon Native Jason Aldean
– Black Lips, Atlanta’s ‘Flower Punk’ Band
– Q&A with Lizz Wright
– Goodsell Amplifiers
– Norman Mackenzie and Robert Shaw’s Legacy
– Randy Wood Guitars and Pickin’ Parlor

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Issue 23

– CeeLo: Son of a Preacher Man
– Savannah’s Influential Metal Scene
– Waycross – Music Down in the Swamp
– Q&A with Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra
– Violinist Robert McDuffie Collaborates with Philip Glass
– Rebecca Loebe Ditches Major Labor for DIY
– The Atlanta Music Project Lifts Kids Up

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Issue 22

– The Black Crowes 20 Years In
– Atlanta Legend Piano Red Perryman
– Remembering Pedal Steel Guitarist Pete Drake
– Q&A with B.o.B
– Flat-Pickin’ and Fishin’ at Bass and Grass
– Get to Know: Boo Ray, Elizabeth Cook and Washed Out
– 20th Anniversary of DeKalb School of the Arts

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Issue 21

– Savannah’s Beloved Jazz Bassist Ben Tucker
– Atlanta Singer/Songwriter James Hall
– Made in Georgia – Benedetto Guitars
– Get to Know: Dean Brown
– Get to Know: Abby Owens
– Athens Youth Symphony Orchestra
– Sautee Nachoochee Center Serves North Georgia

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Issue 20

– Monica, Atlanta’s R&B Queen
– Peg-Legged Salon – A History of Cabbagetown Music
– Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs
– Q&A with Tricky Stewart
– McIntosh County Shouters Keep Traditions Alive
– 19th-Century Prodigy Blind Tom Wiggins
– Get to Know: Matthew Kaminski & Adam Klein

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Issue 19

– Legendary Athens Band Pylon
– Dahlonega’s Otherworldly Grimm Family
– Q&A with Sugarland
– Sacred Steel Guitarist Darick Campbell
– Get to Know: Charlie Wooton and Liz Melendez
– Georgia Music Educators Association

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Issue 18

– Centennial Celebration of Johnny Mercer’s Birth
– Moon River: The Geography of a Timeless Song
– Q&A with Gregg Allman
– Looking Back at the Atlanta International Pop Festivals
– Sixthman Curates Music Festivals at Sea
– Get to Know: Killer Mike, Bill Gentry & Kristina Train

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Issue 17

– Zac Brown’s Slow, Steady Steps to Stardom
– Soul Sistahs Take Atlanta R&B to the Top
– Q&A with Khujo Goodie
– Blakely’s Magnolia Music and Medicine Show
– Ticket Alternative Giving Fans What They Want
– Get to Know: Scotty Barnhart, Jamie Barton and Kai Reidl

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Issue 16

– Q&A with Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of The Indigo Girls
– Unforeseen Influence of Flannery O’Connor
– The Legendary Brenda Lee: Born to Sing
– Candice Dyer’s New Book on Music from Macon
– Trek to the “Everything Elvis” Museum in Cornelia
– Dahlonega’s Pick and Bow Traditional Music School

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Issue 15

– Music and the Civil Rights Movement
– Q&A with Ambassador Andrew Young
– Atlanta’s Legendary Royal Peacock Nightclub
– A Visit to Music and Civil Rights Landmarks in Albany
– Accidental Gospel Star Sister Lucille Pope
– Nuçi’s Space Provides Support for Musicians in Athens

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Issue 14

– Georgia’s Christian Rockers Third Day
– Wayne Cochran, the White Knight of Soul
– Q&A with Patty Loveless
– The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable
– WCLK’s Jazz in the Classroom Program
– Get to Know: Ben Deignan, Meiko, EG Kight

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Issue 13

– R.E.M.’s Quiet Commitment to Athens
– Dr. Thomas A. Dorsey, the ‘Father of Gospel Blues’
– The Ma Rainey Historic House in Columbus
– Q&A with Jermaine Dupri
– Get to Know: Caroline Herring, Lady A & Sean Garrett
– Rome: Diverse Sounds in a Bucolic Setting

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Issue 12

– The World’s Greatest Party Band, the B-52s
– Q&A with André 3000
– Cuthbert’s “King of Swing” Fletcher Henderson
– The El Caminos’ Appetite for Destruction
– Bruce Baxter: The Boy Who Pressed the Buttons
– Get to Know: Janelle Monaé, Sonia Leigh & Hope For Agoldensummer

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Issue 11

– Widespread Panic – Jam Scene Veterans Begin Again
– Q&A with Ludacris
– Young Georgia Songwriters Conquer Nashville
– Profile of Atlanta Soulster Van Hunt
– Hank Vegas: Country Noir Pining

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Issue 10

– The Rise of the House of Usher
– It’s Star Time for Sharon Jones
– Patterson Hood Interviews Filmmaker Ray McKinnon
– The Oade Brothers, Field Recording Deadheads
– Dr. Arvin Scott’s “Drumming for Success”

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Issue 09

– Peter Guralnick Remembers Otis Redding
– Q&A with Bassist Divi Baby
– Jason Aldean’s ‘Relentless Rise’
– Bluegrass Trio, The Lovell Sisters
– Get to Know: Aaron Shust, Tinsley Ellis & Julia Easterlin

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Issue 08

– Say It Loud: A Tribute to James Brown (1933 – 2006)
– Q&A with Col. Bruce Hampton
– West Georgia Country Music Pioneer Alton Stitcher
– Jeff Calder Remembers Hall of Fame Inductee Mike Clark

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Issue 07

– Sugarland Enjoys the Ride
– Indigo Girl Emily Saliers and her Father Pen Book
– Q&A with Music Editor John Finklea
– ‘Awake My Soul” Celebrates Sacred Harp Tradition

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Issue 06

– Gnarls Barkley – #1 Faster than a Speeding Bullet
– Artist, Musician and Folklorist Art Rosenbaum
– Soul Music Legend Sam Moore
– The Ballad of John Jarrard
– William Bell’s New Lease on Life

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Issue 05

– Testimonies from India.Arie
– A Tribute to Phil Walden
– The Amazing Career of Whisperin’ Bill Anderson
– Meet Savannah-born Vibraphonist Lalo
– T.I. – Rapper, Actor, ‘King of the South’
– Q&A with Singer/Songwriter Randall Bramblett

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Issue 04

– Athens Rock Band Drive-By Truckers
– Blind Willie McTell’s “Dyin’ Crapshooter’s Blues”
– A Memoir of Atlanta’s Redneck Underground
– Q&A with Shawn Mullins

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Issue 03

– Big Boi Nurtures GA Talent with Purple Ribbon
– Georgia Sea Island Singers Preserve Coastal Traditions
– Fifty Years of the Waffle House Experience
– Musician and Spoken Word Artist Kodac Harrison
– Macon Harmonica Virtuoso Buddy Greene

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Issue 02

– Trisha Yearwood Honors Jasper County
– At Home with Norman and Nancy Blake
– The Wayfaring Stranger Malone
– Q&A with Jazz Guitarist Russell Malone

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Issue 01

Premiere Issue
– Blues Pioneer Precious Bryant
– Donnie McCormick – Soul Survivor
– Jermaine Dupri Keeps It in the ATL
– Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon

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