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Purple Reignia

Minnesota, the land of 10,000 Prince stories. Pretty much everyone has one, including me. The last few days have been harder than I ever could have imagined and yet oddly comforting. 919 more words

Totally True Stories

On April 25, 1988.

On April 25, 1988, “A&M” label released “Hang Time”, the major-label debut album by Soul Asylum.  It was recorded in 1988, and was produced by Lenny Kaye and Ed Stasium. 64 more words

The Mavericks

Most of us who have been listening to a lot of music for a long time will tell you that it was much better in “our day.” It’s inevitable, I think. 546 more words


‘Change of Fortune’: David Pirner Talks New Soul Asylum Album, Gear and Grave Dancers Union

Change of Fortune, the new album by Soul Asylum, is a record that’s nearly four years in the making.

It was recorded at a time when the band had been touring non-stop—not to mention going through lineup changes that included the departure of founding member Dan Murphy. 405 more words


SXSW Music: Day Five Recap

Saturday marked the last full day of SXSW Music, with some events lingering on through Sunday but most visitors planning to leave town late Saturday and early Sunday. 606 more words

Concert Reviews

My Runaway Train over the Rainbow

Certain scents hold sway over me. The smell of cinnamon, for example, propels me back in time to where I hover just outside my childhood home’s kitchen in wait of my mom’s proclamation that her heavenly cinnamon rolls are ready to eat. 864 more words


SOUL ASYLUM - Change Of Fortune

Change Of Fortune
Label: Entertainment One
Released: March 18, 2016

1 Supersonic
2 Can’t Help It
3 Doomsday
4 Ladies Man
5 Moonshine… 56 more words

Change Of Fortune