In This Issue
The end of summer is near, even for Tim Kinsella, as he discusess his plans to go back to school after a ten-year hiatus. What does this mean?
For now it looks like the prolonged absence of Joan of Arc. Year-long Disaster chats with Katie Gray about what it's like to have rock and roll be a family thing, and laments the absence of rock bands in these modern times. Speaking of family, our own Annamarya Scaccia chats it up with Brothers and Sisters. Lee Morgan brings his quaint and unassuming ways to World Cafe and literally wins the crowd over. Jethro Tull celebrates forty years of rock and roll glory, and proves to everyone that flutes are more than just those things you harrass band-geeks with. Projekt Revolution comes to town and brings everything but the guillotine. Motley Crue squeezes back into the leather and puts Dr. Feelgood on call in case anyone hurts themselves. And finally Kevin Walker asks the Milkboy UnLabel, "Sure you make records, but what else can you do?" That's all folks. Keep all the taunts, threats and praise coming. You know I love it!