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Conversations: Antenna Man’s Mark Wolven

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Mark Wolven talks to Donovan Wheeler about the dead speaking through him, about learning to play the guitar while tripping on the central ingredient to Robotussin, and how he found his band’s name while riding a scooter through a cemetery. by Donovan Wheeler photo by Blair Hartman courtesy of Mark ...

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Conversations: Bridge 19

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by Donovan Wheeler photos by Tyler Zoller When Bridge 19’s Audrey Cecil spoke of the deep layers of musical talent in the Greater Louisville area, she modestly spoke about all the other bands with whom she shares time on stage.  Of course, she easily could have spoken of herself and ...

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Conversations: The Hammer and the Hatchet

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by Donovan Wheeler photos by Jules Dunlap Photography It began with a date.  Not the expensive dinner tucked into some urban first-floor chophouse smothered by a dozen floors of overpriced living space.  No, this date went down like a lot of intimate evenings in the wooded confines of Brown County.  ...

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One With The World

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Pages, War Radio’s second full-length album, showcases The Putnam Four’s sophisticated studio sound, a strong philosophical voice, and the technical mastery we’ve always expected from them. by Donovan Wheeler photos by Drew Cooper courtesy of War Radio My favorite moment in Siddhartha, Herman Hesse’s masterwork recounting the life of the ...

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A Man of Two Worlds

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Raised on the southern edge of the Midwest and the northern border of the South…a hometown boy who is often on the  road…Jeffersonville’s Nick Dittmeier and his band, the Sawdusters, release their first full length album tomorrow.  It’s a product of years of work.  Much like the man himself–a man ...

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