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Vignettes: Union Suit Rally

As the band claims on their own Facebook page, Union Suit Rally’s 2016 EP, W.W.P, is a “a raw, layered blend of country, blues and rock.”  It’s an apt summary.  Ranging from catchy and up-tempo tracks such as “Right in the Middle” and “Bluebilly” to the slower paced tunes such …

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Road Mode: David Goodier’s Excellent Adventure

by Mark Wright photos courtesy of David Goodier Saturday, September 9, 2017, was a whirlwind of a day for David Goodier.  Terre Haute’s 36-year-old singer/songwriter/guitarist/soundman/recording artist/bandleader/open-mic-host/you-name-it was about to lead his own band onto the main stage at the Blues at the Crossroads Festival in Terre Haute, unpack a shipment …

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Rick Michael’s Tunes Around Town

Rick’s rundown for a busy week in late June– Monday, June 25, 2018 Open Mic featuring Participants of the Global Musician Workshop / Swizzle Stick 5:00 to 6:00 Acoustic Open Mic with Jack Gibson / Swizzle Stick 7:00 to 9:00 Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Open Mic featuring Participants of the …

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Vignettes: Brandon Tinkler

Brandon Tinkler at the Vine Street Patio at The Inn at DePauw Friday May 11 @ 6:00 Copy by Donovan Wheeler He walks past you with an unassuming demeanor.  The wavy black locks, the fringes of an oncoming beard, the rough-hewn sports-coat topping off the denim and Chuck Taylors beneath …

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Amanda Webb: All in the Family

by Donovan Wheeler photos by Jennie Root Ask Amanda Webb about the turning-point in her life story, and she’ll tell you that it happened on a green chair. “There was a point,” Webb says, “where I had considered pursuing a career in the ministry.  But I knew there wouldn’t be …

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Review: Never Come Downs — The Abyss

Friday Photo Blog–Sunday Edition by Tim McLaughlin Let’s start with a definition by Wikipedia: Shoe gazing (or shoe gaze):  Dream pop or neo-psychedelic subgenre of indie and alternative that emerged in the UK in the late 80s.  Its sound is characteristic by an ethereal mixture of obscured vocals, distortion, effects, …

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Cari Ray is Not Pretending

by Donovan Wheeler photos by Tyler Zoller Compensation is often hardwired into the DNA of the music business.  Strong singers figure out how to play a few chords to get by.  Great fret-masters eke out a tepid set of vocals for the same reason.  Then we sit down and watch …

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From Cities Above: We Are Legit!

Anchored by a host of Greencastle natives, metalcore band From Cities Above has steadily been garnering the respect of a genre of musicians and fans often hidden from the mainstream, enjoying their distinctive sound in the shadows of the Midwestern music scene. by Donovan Wheeler primary photos by Matthew Taylor …

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