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The Land That Time Forgot
Mar26

The Land That Time Forgot

Chuck Prophet’s new vision Chuck Prophet – Photo: Lauren Tabak Chuck Prophet will release his new album, The Land That Time Forgot, on May 15 via Yep Roc Records. The new collection includes twelve tracks, most of which were co-written by Prophet and his long-time collaborator klipschutz. Together, they yet again draw on the warmth of their native San Francisco Bay area in all its glory and changing times, including...

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Chuck Prophet – Neo Video
Jul19

Chuck Prophet – Neo Video

See the new clip from Chuck Prophet from his new 2017 release A new clip from Chuck Prophet Lifted from album Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins Chuck Prophet described his new album Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins (released February 2017 via Yep Roc Records) as a “California Noir,” an album inspired partly by the mysterious death of rocker Bobby Fuller in LA in 1966. Says the San Francisco rocker: “California has always represented the...

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Chuck Prophet – Night Surfing – A Review
Nov10

Chuck Prophet – Night Surfing – A Review

Read our review of the new Chuck Prophet album ‘Night Surfer’     Chuck Prophet’s New Album Night Surfer   By Rob Dickens I wrote a while back how much I love Chuck Prophet’s work. A key figure in the influential 1980’s indie band Green and Red, a string of compelling solo records since 1990, a side man and session musician to many esteemed artists and a man with insights into human...

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Best Gigs of 2013
Jan04

Best Gigs of 2013

Read about our very best twenty live shows of 2013 Was 2013 my best ever live music year? A big call I know but let’s just go through it. The case FOR a great Byron Bay Bluesfest (probably the best ever) which featured stellar performances from (in no particular order) Go Jane Go, Shawn Colvin, Tav Falco and the Panther Burns (wow!!), JD McPherson, Wilco (twice), Ben Howard, The Lumineers, The Royal Southern Brotherhood, Shuggie...

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Best Gigs – USA Trip 2013
Oct24

Best Gigs – USA Trip 2013

Our best live shows of our five-week music tour of the USA I’ve just returned to Australia from five weeks in the USA with (long-suffering) friends, attending the Americana Music Conference and Awards, the Wide Open Bluegrass Festival and the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.  As well there were gigs elsewhere along the journey. I visited the States of Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas...

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