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The Fall 2022 edition of No Depression is the first since "Return to Print" issue in Winter 2015 without a theme and will pave the way for future editorial adventures. Each journal features long-form, multi-sourced stories highlighting the music’s stars and up-and-comers, as well as its underreported issues.
Included in this issue:
- Support Behind the Scenes: Three nonprofits shaking up the music industry's status quo - Courtney E. Smith
- Thanks for Nothing: Roots musicians aim to bring more Thanksgiving songs to the table - Will Hodge
- Servant of Her Voice: A rediscovered Armenian folk song connects immigrants to their homeland - Noah Berlatsky
- Right on Time: The curious rise and resurrection of the gospel-soul group The Staples Jr. Singers - Zach Schonfeld
- All Aboard: Silkroad Ensemble goes full steam ahead with Rhiannon Giddens leading the way - Hilary Saunders
- The Last of His Kind: Bobby Rush reflects on his reign as King of the Chitlin' Circuit - Jim Shahen
- Back to the Well: Marcus King brings the lessons of classic rock into the modern era - Joshua M. Miller
- A Home Run Idea: The Vandoliers and baseball bat maker Warstic find common ground in sports and music - Natalie Weiner
- A Life Achieved: Loudon Wainwright III reflects on music, family, and connecting - Michael Elliott
- The Music is You: Keeping John Denver's legacy alive 50 years after 'Rocky Mountain High' - Katie Moulton
- Chasing Songs Around: The Reach of Todd Snider's troubadour life - Hilary Saunders
- Bringing Back Revelations - Eugene Hutz (Gogol Bordello)
- Original design by Marcus Amaker
- Original cover art by Shelby Criswell
- Original art by Janice Fried
- Behind-the-scenes photos from the film 'Hard Luck Love Song' (based on a Todd Snider song) courtesy of Synthetic Pictures