Selected Writings

Author of Sweet Home Everywhere  (Amazon) (Creativist)
Oxford American

Trading In Wheels For Wings: Patterson Hood Goes Solo

Oh! Susanna: The Story of America’s Most Enduring Song

Parisian Nashville: A Country Song in Paris

Looking Back at Bobby Womack

American Son

Rolling Stone

Jason Isbell: Something More Than Free (RS 1240)

Inside the Dark Corners of Bob Marley’s Jamaica (RS 1219)

Rhiannon Giddens: Tomorrow is My Turn (RS 1228)

The National Take the Big Stage in Brooklyn

Jerry Lee Lewis: Rock and Roll Time (RS 1221)

John Fullbright Pours Truth Into “Songs”

Chris Martin Will Curate Global Citizen Festival for Next 15 Years

Angaleena Presley: American Middle Class (RS 1221)

The Avett Brothers’ New Album: ‘There’s Some Sparkly Eyed Wonderment’

Paul Simon Gets The Tribute Treatment at All-Star Carnegie Hall Concert

Spin

Wilco Do Without Trying on ‘Star Wars’

Maddie & Tae Tell the Bros to ‘Shut Up and Fish’ on Start Here

Time

Taylor Swift’s Red is Danceable, Dreamy-and Mature

Zac Brown Band Defies Country Expectations With Uncaged

Neil Young and Crazy Horse Take a Psychedelic Pill Ride to Another Universe

Maura

U Remind Me Of Me

Newsweek

Dawes Takes the Long Road

Village Voice

NYC Deadheads Gather in Brooklyn to Say Goodbye (for now) to Their Favorite Band

American Songwriter

Houndmouth: Unruly Folk (2015 September/October Feature

Iris Dement: The Letting Go (2015 September/October Profile)

Leon Bridges: The Dishwasher’s Dream (2015 May/June Profile)

Courtney Barnett: Quotidian Blues (2015 March/April Profile)

Patty Griffin’s Family Affair (2013 July/August Feature)

John Moreland: Substance Over Style (2014 March/April Profile)

Josh Ritter: Beast In Its Tracks (2013 March/April Review)

Q&A: T Bone Burnett

Kacey Musgraves: Same Trailer, Different Park

A Tale of Two Springsteens

John Prine: The Singing Mailman Delivers

Inside The Star-Studded Inside Llewyn Davis Concert

Vice

We Went to See the O-Town Reunion

The Bluegrass Situation

The Quiet Triumph of James McMurtry

Radio.com

Hurray for the Riff Raff on Going from New Orleans Folk to ‘Small Town Heroes’

CMT

The Lone Bellow Honor the Hard Stories They’ve Heard

One Week One Band

Drive By Truckers

When Something Is Wrong With My Baby

County Fair