The all-new LEO has gotten it together for more music reviews; last week’s issue had reviews of Jonathan Glen Wood’s Ballad Of Jon by Syd Bishop; Thirty Spokes self-titled debut, also by Bishop and Ut Gret’s Ancestors’ Tale by Martin Z. Kasdan Jr.
It’s a bit hard to find the reviews on the web site, as the “Reviews” link produces a link that appears to be in chronological order, with the most recent reviews – sort of. The reviews are also undated.
The other half of Never Nervous, Syd Bishop, interviewed Tony Ash about his new group Dead Halos, which Bishop notes is more blues-influenced than earlier efforts by Ash. Read the whole thing here.
Phillip Olympia at Never Nervous has a bit of an interview with Phil and Josef Medley of the Louisville band Adventure, which is tagged as “They aren’t quite country, they’re not Americana, and they aren’t pop.”
Read it here.