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The Desert's Magic Amp Man: David Bray

10/17/2013 ● By Steve

David Bray knows tone, and guitarists worldwide come to him for that knowledge.

Two Decades of Dali's Llama

09/21/2013 ● By Steve

Robin Linn sits down with the couple behind one of the desert's most successful and long-lived bands as the band nears its 20th anniversary.

A HISTORICAL LOOK INTO THE EVOLUTION OF YAWNING MAN AN INTERVIEW WITH FOUNDING MEMBER, GARY ARCE

09/07/2013 ● By Steve

"Kids used to knock on the garage door at Halloween. We would open it and play a hardcore song for them".

Bits & Pieces from the Joshua Tree Rock n' Roll Preservation Society

07/20/2013 ● By Steve

The voice of the Joshua Tree Rock and Roll Preservation Society with ‘bits and pieces’ of local desert music news and trivia.

The Pedestrians - Not Pedestrian

07/20/2013 ● By Steve

Robin Linn talks with The Pedestrians and tells us why this band is anything but.

Expounding on... Without An eXplanation whY - WAXY

07/20/2013 ● By Steve

WAXY is great Desert Rock music - Without An eXplanation whY. Other than this one, of course...

New Digital Edition of The Desert Music Issue Adds 33 Page Bonus Section

06/16/2013 ● By Steve

As if our Desert Music Issue wasn't packed enough with great stories and photos, for subscribers to our digital edition, we added 33 pages!

The Return of the Joshua Tree Music Festival 2013

02/15/2013 ● By Steve

Wheeeee! It's happening again! The 11th annual Joshua Tree Music Festival rocks the desert May 17-19...

The Real Route 62 Guide to the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities

01/07/2013 ● By Steve

Welcome to the digital edition of The Real Route 62 Guide to the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities!

Native Wind: Steve Rushingwind

11/01/2012 ● By Steve

Continuing in new directions, Steve has launched The Rushingwind Project, drawing blues, rock, and jazz influences into songs still led by Native American flute. Between Bridge, with Mucklow, and The Rushingwind Project, I’m hearing Steve take his music into new territories, and I’m cheering every hawk’s call and cliché that falls along the way.