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Sheryl Crow’s Newest Proves That Music Can Save You

  by: Kidman J. Williams Artist: Sheryl Crow Album: Be Myself Label: Warner Bros. Rating: 4.4/5.0   Sheryl Crow’s first album “Tuesday Night Music Club” hit the scene in 1993 and since then she has earned herself nine Grammy Awards and sold more than 35 million albums all over the world, along with five of… Read more »

Album Review: The Damn Truth’s Devilish Folk

  by: Kidman J. Williams Artist: The Damn Truth Album: Devilish Folk Label: Fineline Records/Warner Rating: 4.7/5.0 I was 17 years old, my mind was altered to such a degree that I should have been put into a mental hospital after I decided it was a good idea to climb the balconies to the third… Read more »

Interview With Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein

  Interviewer: Kidman J. Williams Illustration by: Joey Feldman This is the second time that I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein. And I do mean a pleasure. Doyle is nothing like his monstrous persona, he is simply the guy next door that you want to hang out and have a beer… Read more »

Album Review: Blue Fruit Snacks

  by: Kidman J. Williams Band: Blue Fruit Snacks Album: No Artificial Flavors Label: Independent Rating: 4.6/5.0 Take me to the beach with a nice bonfire, surfboard, and Blue Fruit Snacks, not the food, the band. This Island Rock band hails from landlocked St. Louis, MO, but don’t let the location fool you, they bring… Read more »

Album Review: Bad Mimosas

  by: Kidman J. Williams Band: Bad Mimosas Album: Demo Album Label: None Rating: 1.2/5.0 Bad Mimosas are…well…they are a…have you ever dealt with a person who was A.D.D.? If A.D.D is something you are born with, much like being homosexual. You are just born with it. But if a person could be virally infected… Read more »

Album Review: Blacktop Mojo’s Burn the Ships

  by: Kidman J. Williams   Band: Blacktop Mojo Album: Burn the Ships Label: Cuhmon Records (Self-owned Indie) Rating: 4.7/5   Twenty-two years old, recklessly driving at 90 mph in an ’87 Ford Bronco with a .351 small block blasting by cars on the decline of the Smokey Mountains – Chicago to Tampa in 16… Read more »

Music Review: Candy Cigarettes Self-Titled

  by: Kidman J. Williams This Portland, Oregon one-man band creates a sound that you would swear was being played by a six piece. Candy Cigarettes is headed by the highly talented singer/songwriter Lane Mueller and has earned a lot of praise and love in the highly proclaimed Portland music scene. The music is everything… Read more »