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Veteran DJ Tony Peters has been interviewing musicians for over 20 years. His official site (www.iconfetch.com) has become a great resource for info on the Legends of Music: album reviews, concert dates, CD release dates and more.

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The O's have taken the do-it-yourself attitude and ran with it. Both members (Taylor Young and John Pedigo) play several instruments, often at the same time. The acoustic duo has just released their second album, Between the Two,... more

Bucks Burnett has just opened an 8-Track Museum in Dallas, Texas. Along with Bell Bottom jeans and the Pinto automobile, nothing screams the 1970's quite like the 8-track tape. For those who were old enough to remember them, those... more

Big Joe & the Dynaflows have just released their brand new CD You Can’t Keep a Big Man Down. As we find out from lead singer & drummer Big Joe Maher, the title refers to an accident he had in North Carolina where he seriously... more

He's best known as the harmonica-blowing frontman for Blues Traveler, whose breakthrough came in 1995 with the album Four and the songs "Run-Around," and "Hook." While his Grammy-winning band takes a break, Popper has formed a... more

Japanese pianist Keiko Matsui has sold over a million and a half albums, released 22 solo records, and has toured the world incessantly. Her latest effort is appropriately titled The Road..., and features guest appearances by Kirk... more

Mitch Easter is best known as the co-producer for the first two REM albums, Murmur and Reckoning from the early Eighties. That exposure helped him land numerous other production gigs. At the same time, Easter was leading his own... more

Tad Robinson knows soul music - and it shows. His latest CD, Back in Style, harkens back to a time when sweet, string-laden R&B ruled the charts. And, people are taking notice. Robinson's new disc has just been nominated for three... more

Marshall Crenshaw had an MTV hit with "Someday Someway." That slice of retro-pop came from his self-titled debut, released in 1982 to critical acclaim. Since then, he's released ten studio albums and built up a cult following for his... more

Kimberley Rew is probably best known for writing “Walking on Sunshine,” the 1985 smash for Katrina & the Waves. While a member of that band, he also penned “Going Down to Liverpool,” later covered by the Bangles. But before his... more

Over the Rhine is getting ready to release a brand-new CD The Long Surrender helmed by studio ace Joe Henry (Ani DiFranco, Solomon Burke). The thirteen tracks on the disc are both warm and haunting at the same time. At the band's... more
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