Featuring The Germs, The Cripples, Barre Phillips, John Hiatt, and Mutiny.
These are the albums we wish we’d have been old enough to hear the first time ’round.
Enough wit, variety, and vigor to keep things rolling down the track.
The foolish things we do to feel closer to the music we love.
Gregg Allman, Mavis Staples & Ray LaMontagne also on the bill.
Uneven but still worth digging into and getting dirty.
Weezer! Tool! Prince!
He still “brings it.”
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