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No Depression - Fall 2024
Fall 2024
Artist: No Depression
Format: Book

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Label: NO DEPRESSION
Rel. Date: 09/06/2024
UPC: 9798986011790

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DISC: 1

1. A Historical and Contemporary Critical Assessment of Why Is Everyone Making a Country Record? (Including Pop Stars Like Beyoncé
2. A Profile on Noel Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul, and Mary) and the New Instrument He Invented
3. A Profile on Linda Thompson, Whose New Album Features Songs She Wrote Sung By a Teddy Thompson, Rufus Wainwright, Dori Freeman,
4. A Feature on Roots Musicians Who Have Recently Written Kids' Books (Rhiannon Giddens, the Hold Steady, Valerie June, Ani Difranc
5. 50th Anniversary of the Station Inn
6. 100 Years of Chet Atkins
7. An Original Essay By BJ Barham (American Aquarium)
8. Original Design By Marcus Amaker
9. Cover Art By Ryan Dobrowski of the Indie-Folk Band Blind Pilot (Whose New Record in the Shadow of the Holy Mountain Comes Out in
10. Photo Essay of the Jerry Garcia Exhibit at the Bluegrass Hall of Fame

More Info:

No Depression is committed to covering the world of roots music - translating this aural medium into a visual, tangible format in all sorts of innovative ways. The Fall 2024 issue will be the fourth consecutive issue for which a roots musician has also created the original cover art, which is just one of many ways that No Depression supports roots musicians even outside of traditional journalistic coverage. Inside this issue, too, are historical features about Nashville's iconic venue The Station Inn, legendary guitarist Chet Atkins, and the trend of non-country artists making country music albums. Additionally, the Fall issue will include contemporary profiles on folk hero Noel Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul, and Mary), singer-songwriter Linda Thompson, alt-country band The Great Divide, and more.