Taken from the forthcoming No Depression reissue.
Featuring unreleased material.
The Walkmen, Black Flag, Swans, Solange, Mac DeMarco, and more.
Jay Farrar gives his band’s well-worn country rock a traditional kick.
Elvis Costello, Patti Smith, Conor Oberst, The Chieftains, and more.
Plus, Jane’s Addiction, Girl Talk, and Primus.
A second track from One Fast Move or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur has surfaced in the form of “The Void”.
Woody would be proud.
Son Volt has already performed in a select number of cities this summer in support of Farrar and Co.’s latest goody, American Central Dust. In July, the band brought its alt-folk rock with the company of Cowboy Junkies, and …
The two rock powers unite for album and tour in support of new Jack Kerouac documentary.
The creative minds behind Son Volt and Death Cab for Cutie join forces!
Arriving in the afterglow of Highway 61 comes the newest Son Volt record, American Central Dust, a much more stripped-down affair than the band’s previous release, The Search. Front man, and lone original member, Jay Farrar presents a …
No sooner do we celebrate the onset of quarter #2 then it’s time to start thinking #3, and what appears to be a dusty one at that. On July 7th, Son Volt will return with its sixth studio album, a …
With all the news both confirmed and unconfirmed about bands reuniting, one thing is certain for now: Uncle Tupelo has played their final show.
In St. Louis on May 1, 1994, the final Uncle Tupelo lineup of Jay Farrar, Jeff …