James G. Carlson

For the last several years I have worked as a freelance music journalist, publishing regularly with a handful of publications. Mostly I do it for the press passes to shows and free releases for review, etc, because I am a complete music nerd whose tastes include a variety of genres and subgenres. Roots music is one of my favorites, though. And I have done reviews and interviewed a number of today's more worthwhile country, bluegrass, blues, roots rock, rockabilly, psychobilly, folk, folk-punk bands and singer-songwriters. 

Posts that James G. Carlson has contributed.

An interview with singer-songwriter Dylan Walshe

Interview

An interview with singer-songwriter Dylan Walshe

The Evangenitals - 'Moby Dick'

Album Review

The Evangenitals - 'Moby Dick'

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An interview with Zebulon Whatley of Sons of Perdition

Interview

An interview with Zebulon Whatley of Sons of Perdition

The Great Big Article of Blues Covers, Part 1

Article

The Great Big Article of Blues Covers, Part 1

Review: "Hand on the Plow" by The Tillers

Article

Review: "Hand on the Plow" by The Tillers

Review: "This Guitar" by David Dondero

Article

Review: "This Guitar" by David Dondero

Article

Review: "This Guitar" by David Dondero

Review: "Trinity" by Sons of Perdition

Article

Review: "Trinity" by Sons of Perdition

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