Games People Play

Will we ever know the real story behind the songs that make up Tim Kasher’s debut solo album, The Game of Monogamy? Probably not. “Some friends and family — people who really know me well — try to guess which songs are accounts of my life, and they’re always wrong,” Kasher says, on the road in Dallas. “To me, that’s great. That means I’m getting better as a writer.” I, too,...

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Mac Attack

Mac Lethal (real name David McCleary Sheldon) has repped the Midwest for the past 12 years, since the second he started entering rap battles in high school. Quickly acquiring a reputation as a fearless competitor, he earned a spot at the 2001 Scribble Jam and took second place, which sent his career in a new direction. Armed with an arsenal of comedic lyrics accentuated by his articulate,...

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Sharing In The Groove

Mike Gordon? Yeah, you know him as the bass master for jam legends Phish. But Gordon has made a name for himself outside the Vermont-based quartet with a host of collaborations (notably with Leo Kottke, Mickey Hart, The Benevento-Russo Duo), an award winning filmmaking career (his film Rising Low won Best Documentary at the 2002 Newport International Film Festival) and as an author. On the heels...

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Heaven Sent

America in 2004 needed a great bar band, so Craig Finn and company started America’s best new bar band, man. Since then, The Hold Steady has catapulted into the national presence behind singer Craig Finn’s tales of late nights, early mornings and the complications that can arise between the two, all of which is packed with Finn’s lyrical specificity concerning characters, places and...

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All In The Family

Family band Eisley is on the road again Eisley, a Tyler, Texas-based five-piece, indie-pop band is, despite the relative youth of its members (ranging 20-28) is well acquainted with the vagaries and frustrations of the music business. While most bands spend years (if not decades) touring in cramped busses, taking rest stop sink showers and scratching by to get to the next show, Eisley traveled...

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