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Bigfoot Yancey, Album Review: “Early Years”

Local Indy Americana band Bigfoot Yancey released their most recent album, "Early Years" this summer. But its songs are more than appropriate...

Bigfoot Yancey, Song of the Day: “Stranger”

Local Indy band Bigfoot Yancey's summer single sounds just as good as we say farewell to the final days of fall.

The two loves: A review of “Forever Turned Around” by Whitney

Rating: 7.6/10 Soft rock is alive and well. Despite hard rock’s intention of subduing it, soft rock has survived the years of sappy troubadours and...

Watch this: Bob Dylan is taken through the Looking Glass in...

Arthur is a poet. Constructing bizarre rhyme schemes and metaphors, he is an undeniable force in the poetry landscape. He is also Bob Dylan....

Martin Scorsese lies to get to the truth about Dylan in...

French director and film critic Jean-Luc Godard once said that film is truth told 24 times a second. Brian DePalma countered that statement, saying...

Song of the Day: “Father and Son”

Happy Monday, LemonWire readers. For today's song of the day, we'll be looking at "Father and Son" in honor of Father's Day yesterday. This week,...

Preview: Cass McCombs at the Hi-Fi

Noted Alternative Musician Cass McCombs Plays Indy's Hi-Fi on March 15th It might not be St. Patrick's Day quite yet, but don't let the lack...

Song of the Day: “The Times They Are A-Changin'”

You know we couldn't get through a week of folk songs without coming to Bob Dylan at some point. As one of the most...

Song of the Day: “Ragged Wood”

As we continue with our week of folk music, I wanted to take a look at a contemporary band that fused folk with other...

Song of the Day: “Dirty Knife”

Now that our week of K-pop is over, we'll be moving on to another genre to theme our selection of songs this week. I...