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Despite critical acclaim as a performer, the rootsy singer/songwriter T Bone Burnett earned his greatest renown as a producer, helming recording sessions for acts ranging from Roy Orbison and Elvis Costello to Counting Crows and Sam Phillips. Born Joseph Henry Burnett on January 14, 1948, in St. Louis, MO, he grew up in Fort Worth, TX, soaking in the area's indigenous blend of blues, R&B, and Tex-Mex sounds. Instead of attending college, he opted to open his own Fort Worth recording studio, while also performing in a series of blues bands; in the early '70s he relocated to Los Angeles, producing sessions for Glen Clark and Delbert McClinton. After recording his own 1972 debut, The B-52 Band & the Fabulous Skylarks, Burnett toured with Delaney & Bonnie before befriending Bob Neuwirth, a singer/songwriter known for his ties to Bob Dylan

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Article: Live Review

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss at Red Rocks

Read "Robert Plant and Alison Krauss at Red Rocks" reviewed by Geoff Anderson


Robert Plant Alison Krauss Red Rocks Amphitheater Denver, CO September 1, 2022 One thing was established at Thursday night's Robert Plant/Alison Krauss concert: Denver is a fashion hotbed for aging rock stars. Before we get to the proof, let's discuss the store: Rockmount Ranch Wear in downtown Denver.

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Article: Album Review

Jon Batiste: Anatomy of Angels

Read "Anatomy of Angels" reviewed by Chris May


As the bandleader and musical director on CBS TV's The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, pianist Jon Batiste will be known to many AAJ readers in the US. Here on the other side of the pond his name rings fewer bells. So before discussing Batiste's piano trio + octet album Anatomy of Angels, some background for ...

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Article: Album Review

Imelda May: Life. Love. Flesh. Blood.

Read "Life. Love. Flesh. Blood." reviewed by Doug Collette


Collaborating with Jeff Beck, Imelda May's kitschy presence as preserved for posterity on the iconic guitar hero's Rock 'n' Roll Party (Honoring Les Paul) (Atco, 2011)is in stark contrast to the sultry black and white portrait that adorns Life. Love. Flesh. Blood. Not surprisingly, then, the British chanteuse stakes out an equally sensuous, shadowy ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Peter Case: Peter Case

Read "Peter Case: Peter Case" reviewed by Doug Collette


The music on Peter Case's debut solo album is as pure and straightforward as the title of this eponymous work. And that's even taking into account the layered approach T Bone Burnett applied in one of his earliest production jobs. The seven bonus tracks illustrate how both this original material of Case's stands strong on its ...

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News: Technology

"Their technologies don't and won't last. Our art - if we do it right - will." - T Bone Burnett's AmericanaFest Keynote

"Their technologies don't and won't last. Our art - if we do it right - will."  - T Bone Burnett's AmericanaFest Keynote

Bashing Spotify and YouTube is easy. But T Bone Burnett did much more than that during his keynote address given at AmericanaFest, the Americana Music Festival & Conference last week in Nashville. He issued a call to arms, while reminding his fellow creators that “art is a holy pursuit." T Bone Burnett's keynote address given at AmericanaFest, ...

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Article: Album Review

Marc Ribot Trio: Live at the Village Vanguard

Read "Live at the Village Vanguard" reviewed by Troy Collins


Renowned Downtown guitarist Marc Ribot has performed with everyone from famed roots producer T Bone Burnett to avant-garde legend John Zorn. Ribot's own efforts as a bandleader have been equally eclectic, ranging from the freewheeling Latin jazz excursions of Los Cubanos Postizos to the Albert Ayler-inspired no wave assault of Shrek. In 2004 Ribot formed Spiritual ...

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Article: Tell Me More

Diana Krall: Rediscovering Vaudeville in Glad Rag Doll

Read "Diana Krall: Rediscovering Vaudeville in Glad Rag Doll" reviewed by Belinda Ware


Diana Krall is more than just a jazz songstress. She established herself as a solid interpreter of standards with her rendition of the Dusty Springfield's classic, “The Look of Love," making her mark with notable acoustic arrangements coupled with openly sensuous vocals carrying the tune. Krall is one of the jazz world's uniquely eclectic ...

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News: Recording

T Bone Burnett: Benefit Album W. E. John, E. Costello, Gregg Allman

T Bone Burnett: Benefit Album W. E. John, E. Costello, Gregg Allman

T BONE BURNETT PRESENTS: THE SPEAKING CLOCK REVUE OUT OCTOBER 18 ON SHOUT! FACTORY On October 18 Shout! Factory will release T Bone Burnett Presents: The Speaking Clock Revue, an album showcasing 11 performances from a benefit concert at New York's famed Beacon Theatre that Burnett orchestrated last year with Participant Media. Proceeds from album sales, ...

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Crazy Heart

Label: New West Records
Released: 2010


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