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  • Chicagoans of the Year in Rock Music: Bloodshot Records co-owners

    Chicagoans of the Year in Rock Music: Bloodshot Records co-owners
    Rob Miller and Nan Warshaw presaged "alternative country" and have now outlived it. The duo, who co-founded Bloodshot Records with Eric Babcock 20 years ago, took it one album at a time when they started out, and more than 200 albums later, they still do.
  • Bloodshot Records celebrates 20 years with tunes

    Bloodshot Records celebrates 20 years with tunes
    Chicago's scrappy country-punk Bloodshot Records observes two decades in the music business trenches this year. Celebrating that benchmark, the label releases the ambitious compilation "While No One Was Looking: Toasting 20 Years of Bloodshot Records"...

    High school football picks Week 5: Here's hoping the day ends better than it began

    High school football picks Week 5: Here's hoping the day ends better than it began
    Not a great start to this Friday. Somehow, a spell check error turned McDaniel -- as in Becahi's Michael McDaniel -- into Michael Cranial in my Dieruff-Becahi preview. And then I get to the prediction box in today's paper and I see I picked...

    One last look at a weekend in Canton that I'll remember for a long time

     
    I heard so many speeches this past weekend that I can't exactly remember who said what, but one thing I heard was that "Canton, Ohio, is the place where dreams come true." Certainly, Andre Reed and his family and friends felt that way. And as someone...

    Burbank label, Alive Naturalsound, keeps the record alive

    Burbank label, Alive Naturalsound, keeps the record alive
    Not far from where the old train tracks dead end at the lumber yard in industrial Burbank, there’s a nondescript warehouse that, if one is lucky enough to get inside, turns out to be both a museum-quality, wall-to-wall archive of rock ‘n&...