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...Anticipation for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight...

(Sep 21st 2015, 23:13)

...Anticipation for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight... I just re-watched Quentin Tarantino's read more...

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View the BBC's Southern Rock Documentary on Swampland

(Apr 18th 2012, 09:17)

Swampland has added the BBC's new Southern Rock Documentary to it front page. Go here to view it -

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Reflections, Progressions & Horizons

(Mar 10th 2012, 13:18)

"Will all your money buy you forgiveness? Will it keep you from sickness? Will it keep you from cold?

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A Modern Legacy of America's Finest Archivists

(Feb 7th 2012, 16:08)

A Modern Legacy of America's Finest Archivists A treasure trove of old, obscure American music exists out read more...

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Rich Robinson & Amy LaVere Hit The Road Together In March

(Jan 10th 2012, 15:05)

Rich Robinson & Amy LaVere Hit The Road Together In March In March,

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Review of: Ann Peebles

Straight From The Heart

(Hi Records) Released in 1971, Straight From The Heart counted as Ann Peebles' third album. Produced by Hi Records read more...

Review of: The Bottle Rockets

Not So Loud

(Bloodshot Records) Not So Loud, the Bottle Rockets new acoustic live album, begins with the song "Early In The read more...

Review of: Steve Cropper

Dedicated: A Salute To The 5 Royales

(429 Records) Songwriter/guitarist Lowman Pauling fronted the North Carolina group the 5 Royales in the 50s.

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Tennessee Williams: 27 Wagons Full of Cotton

Tennessee Williams: 27 Wagons Full of Cotton By James Calemine Born in Columbus, Mississippi, on March 26, 1911, Thomas (Tennessee) Williams wrote plays, short stories, novels and poetry. Some of his characters rank as the most memorable in American literature. Few could write about heartbreak and madness like Williams. In 1980, President Jimmy read more...

Swampland's Top 25 Albums of 2011

As March fades and the first quarter of 2012 comes to a close, Swampland has used this moment to look back on 2011 putting together our list of last year's best music releases from the South. Although we've named 25 records on our Top 25 Albums of 2011, each one serves as sort of a best in category as well. There were so many strong releases that we will attempt to spread read more...

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Devon Allman: The GRITZ Interview

by Michael Buffalo Smith Devon Allman is bearing his soul at last. After years of running from his heritage, he is happy and healthy and proud to be the son of Southern Rock legend Gregg Allman. It might not have always been that way, but it certainly is now. We caught up with Devon during his read more...

This Country's Rockin'! The Candy Coburn Interview

By Michael Buffalo Smith I met Candy Coburn and her manager in the lobby of the Music Row Best Western in downtown Nashville. The night before I had attended Candy’s showcase at the Exit/In, where she delivered a read more...

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