An Interview with Woody Lissauer

In late December, I stopped by Woody Lissauer’s house in Baltimore to chat with him about his music. Listen in as we discuss the decline of the record label, acrylic guitars owned by mountain men in West Virginia, the influence of John Cage on ten-year-olds, and Velcro (oh, sorry, “hook and loop”). This is our […]

Interview with Caitlin Rose

When a voice emerges that sounds legitimately new, there’s reason to take notice. Caitlin Rose‘s new album Own Side Now is an effortless blend of genres, evoking Patsy Cline, Bob Dylan, and Linda Ronstadt. It’s a little bit country, for sure, and it’s also a little bit rock and roll. There are always comparisons that can be made [Cline, Loretta Lynn, […]