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New Issue of Hittin' The Note is Packed with Good Reading

Posted: Sep 23, 2007

I have been a subscriber to Hittin’ The Note magazine for several years, and at one point I even went back and purchased the past issues all the way back to #1. As a fan of The Allman Brothers Band, I was instantly hooked. I even had the opportunity to write a few articles for the magazine, including features on Toy Caldwell and Dru Lombar.

The latest issue of HTN is packed with great stuff. I wanted to thank Tom Clarke for mentioning me in his review of The Marshall Tucker Band’s The Next Adventure, and was pleased to see the good folks at Rockin’ Camel Music use a quote of mine from Swampland.com in their back cover ad. I still maintain that the Capricorn Rhythm Section live CD is a must have for any Southern rock fan. There’s also a nice memorial to founding Marshall Tucker Band member George McCorkle.

Issue #54 of HTN also features : A great photo packed feature (by original ABB road manager Twiggs Lyndon) on the Allman Brothers Band’s May, 1969 gig in Piedmont Park in Atlanta... An interview and update on the hardest working man in show business, Warren Haynes; an excerpt on the late Phil Walden from a new book called Soul Shakers, Street Singers, and Rebels With a Cause, a history of music people in Macon, Georgia;  an interview with Cody Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars; Stax Records 50th Anniversary; Texas songwriter Jay Boy Adams, a good friend of the late George McCorkle (who sang at George’s funeral), talks about his new album;  all of this and more.

If you haven’t yet checked out Hittin’ The Note, pick it up at Barnes and Noble or any of the other distribution points, or just play it safe and subscribe at www.hittinthenote.com.

Keep it Real. Keep it Southern.

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