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Jodi Essex Live

  Check out Jodi Essex performing live to help promote the release of her debut album "Irreverent"   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KodwM5pVmR8

Jodi Essex-A Gift from God

When I was approached by Jodi’s publicist, Whitney, to review Jodi’s faith based debut rock album, “Irreverent”, I said “are you sure that you have the right person? Don’t you think it’s a little odd

A Brief History of Vinyl Records

Vinyl records have been delighting listeners and collectors since the 1900s. Since RCA Victor launched the first commercial vinyl long-playing record in 1930, vinyl has continued to grow in popularity. Last year in the United

The Best Places to Find Great Vinyl Records

Whether you’re just starting your vinyl record collection or you’re a seasoned collector always on the hunt for rare LPs, the process of finding the vinyl record you’re after can be just as much fun

The Importance of Cleaning Your Records

Great, rich and lush sounds emanating from your turntable start with a clean, static-free vinyl record. Whether you are a casual collector or a hardcore audiophile, it’s important to know the importance of cleaning both

7 Reasons Why It’s Never Too Late to Start Your Vinyl Collection

Vinyl records were incredibly popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s and rapidly faded away after CDs and mp3s wandered onto the scene. However, just like the fanny packs and bell bottoms of the

Interviews: Brant Bjork – Kyuss, Fu Manchu & Beyond

Brant Bjork was a teenager playing parties in Southern California's Palm Desert Scene when his band Kyuss exploded onto the scene. After several landmark LPs they disbanded and Brant wandered the desert to find his

Interview: Steve Hackett from Genesis to The Night Siren

Steve Hackett placed an ad in a local paper and was hired into Genesis, who then went on to make music history. This progressive rock legend joins us on The Vinyl Guide to tell tales

Interview: The Death & Burial of Robert Johnson

Robert Johnson's death is surrounded with speculation and mystery however blues historian Gayle Dean Wardlow shares the facts around this part of music history. Plus we play a track from the Hayes McMullan album "Everyday

Interview: Delta Blues Historian Gayle Dean Wardlow

Gayle Dean Wardlow started a record collection in the 1960s by knocking on doors in the deep south but soon he was also collecting stories and facts about the blues musicians he loved, including Charlie