Album review: Peter Green, Kolors (1984)

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, MAY 25, 1984 By Steve Newton Blues giant Peter Green has come up with a worthy successor to 1982's sinfully overlooked White Sky in his new release Kolors. Featuring ex-Robin Trower drummer Reg Isidore, primo session bassist Mo Foster and guitarist Ronnie Johnson, Kolors includes eight original tunes from the pen … Continue reading Album review: Peter Green, Kolors (1984)

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Sonny Rhodes’ journey to the lap-steel guitar started with a one-stringed Stella

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JUNE 17, 1999 Ya gotta like interviewing those old blues guys, ’cause they’ve seen some things and have a few tales to tell. Often all it takes to get them going is an innocent little query like: “So, when did you pick up your first guitar?” Most players worth … Continue reading Sonny Rhodes’ journey to the lap-steel guitar started with a one-stringed Stella

Mike McDonald thinks God is a Jr. Gone Wild fan

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, FEB. 25, 1993 By Steve Newton On the back cover of the latest Jr. Gone Wild release is a black and white photograph that captures the essence of the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle. It shows a stage floor with all its trappings: the base of a microphone stand, snaking … Continue reading Mike McDonald thinks God is a Jr. Gone Wild fan