The Austin Chronicle
Los Lobos Celebrates 40 on PBS
When acts tape an episode of Austin City Limits , as Los Lobos did Monday night to open the PBS concert staple's 40th season captures, it's predetermined whether they get 30 minutes or the entire hour.
Exclusive Premiere | Playing For Change - Clandestino
The Playing For Change multimedia movement aims to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music.
Kiko and that Lavender Moon
I can still see both their faces, the Los Lobos lovers and those who'd dismissed them as a roots rock band, albeit one with East Los Angelino Latino flavors, when the band's masterpiece Kiko came out in 1992.
Something Else! Reviews
Social Distortion's Jonny Two Bags - Salvation Town
You might think you know Jonny Wickersham, if you've followed Social Distortion.
Quilter Labs Announces Steelaire 15-Inch, 200-Watt Steel Guitar Amplifier
Sporting a custom Eminence Neodymium speaker and a full 200-watt amplifier with 400 watts of headroom, the Quilter Labs Steelaire delivers an incredible sonic signature in a minimal footprint.
Some wolves do survive
It comes just after their December release of a live chronicle recorded during a three-night stand at the City Winery in Manhattan last year to celebrate the band's four decade mark.
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Social Distortion Guitarist Jonny Two Bags Steps Out With Solo LP
Social Distortion has been injecting American roots music into punk rock for 35 years, but guitarist Jonny "Two Bags" Wickersham takes a more direct route on his first solo album, "Salvation Town," which premieres today on Speakeasy.
Musician finds solace in Nevada County lifestyle
In a week, Chuck Ragan and band kick off a long spring tour in support of their new album, Till Midnight, at Slim's in San Francisco.
Review: Experience Hendrix something to see
Simply put, Experience Hendrix was an incomparable rock and blues show. The Clay Center has never seen anything like it before and it's doubtful Charleston has either.
Myrtle Beach Online
Hendrix tribute tour a new experience for metal guitarist Zakk Wylde
You couldn't swing a Strat at a metal festival without hitting someone who was influenced in some way by Jimi Hendrix.