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No Depression is committed to producing the best roots music coverage, both in print and online at nodepression.com. And the Winter 2023 issue features another book of long-form, multi-sourced journalism highlighting the roots music’s stars like Tony Rice and Billy Strings, as well as up-and-comers like Noah Kahan and Roberta Lea. Additionally, this edition features fascinating photo essays honoring the 75th anniversary of Smithonian Folkways and the history of the fiddle from The Secret Museum of Mankind.
Included in this issue:
- Carving Out Their Names: How Counting Crows merged alt-rock and roots music on August and Everything After - Will Hodge
- 75 Years of Folkways - Hilary Saunders
- Handing Down History: One guitar's journey from Clarence White to Tony Rice to Billy Strings and beyond - Andrew Park
- Bending Strings, Blurring Genres: Clarence White's guitar playing continues to inspire - Nadine Smith
- Navigating an Atlas of Instruments - Pat Conte and Eli Smith
- Leon's Legacy: Book and tribute album look back across Leon Russell's mastery - Jim Shahen
- This Must Be The Place: Musicians who have shifted to real estate find a new creative outlet - Devon Léger
- A Love Letter to Women in Music - Nicole Barsalona
- A New Season: Noah Kahan weaves mental health messages into everything he does - Judy Cantor-Navas
- Neon Cowboys Country duo The Kentucky Gentlemen shine bright - Hilary Saunders
- Surviving Loss Through Poetry and Music - Brian Turner
- Screen Door: Killing (And Healing) Them Softly - Roberta Lea
- Original design by Marcus Amaker
- Original cover art by Kendra Morris
- Original illustration by Dameon Williams
- Original photos by Todd Gunsher and Amos Perrine
- Archival photos courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways and The Secret Museum of Mankind