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In recent years Michigan power trio Cheap Girls has become one of the world's most reliable practitioners of meat-and-potatoes rock 'n' roll -- the same kind of punk-infused bar rock fellow Midwest…   Read Story »
On Friday night, Grateful Dead co-leader Bob Weir hosted a 70th birthday party for his deceased bandmate Jerry Garcia at his TRI Studios. During the show, Weir, along with a few other Grateful Dead…   Read Story »
Something about America's pastime inspires whimsical paeans from even the generally sports-ambivalent world of indie rock. Just ask Death Cab For Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard, who took a break…   Read Story »
Armed with his superb backing band Some Guns, Craig Finn stopped by the Troubadour in support of his solo album Clear Heart Full Eyes, ripping through album tracks like "Honolulu Blues" and "Rented…   Read Story »
Last month, Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn released Clear Heart Full Eyes, his first-ever solo album, and he's lately done a few different in-studio sessions for a few different media outlets. At a…   Read Story »
Clear Heart Full Eyes, the first-ever solo album from Hold Steady frontman and expert chronicler of desperation Craig Finn, is all set to arrive. We've already posted the album tracks "Honolulu…   Read Story »
Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn will release Clear Heart Full Eyes, his first-ever solo album, later in the month. We've already posted the album tracks "Honolulu Blues" and "Rented Room," as well as…   Read Story »
The A.V. Club has a new video series called One Track Mind, in which artists play songs and tell the stories behind those songs -- a pocket version of VH1 Storytellers, sort of. The latest entry…   Read Story »
The all-star tandem of Titus Andronicus' Patrick Stickles, The Hold Steady's Craig Finn, and Tommy Ramone (along with Jesse Malin and Dave Hause) got together a couple of nights ago at Bowery…   Read Story »
Borne of a personal challenge to record a song a day in his apartment, Craig Finn is set to release a new solo LP which focuses on quieter, sparer songs than those of Finn's most famous outfit, the…   Read Story »