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The Power Popaholic Interview: Martin Newell

Martin Newell is a poet, author, musician, gardener and general troublemaker. As the main singer/songwriter from the Cleaners From Venus, he self-released his albums on cassette and did his best to avoid the music industry while building a fan base, becoming an inspiration for many DIY musicians. Martin talks about some advice he got starting […]

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Phil Ajjarapu

It’s an inspirational story of Phil almost dying to get this album made. I reviewed his album If It Makes You Feel Better back in March. And in case you forgot what it sounded like I embeded the favorite track below. But if you really want to know about Phil and this album… Here is […]

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Terry Adams of NRBQ

Over the course of four decades, NRBQ (short for the New Rhythm and Blues Quartet) has done musical genres from power pop to barrel-house blues to free jazz. Terry Adams has been the constant, playing with a rotating set of musicians for decades. Even a bout of throat cancer in 2004 couldn’t slow him down, […]

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Drake Bell “Ready Steady Go”

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard from young pop star/actor Drake Bell. The former “Drake & Josh” star has always had a taste for vintage sounds, and has no interest in following the conventional Disney pop star template. Ready Steady Go! brings the slick rockabilly sound to a new generation of fans with […]

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Mike Viola

One of the best interviews ever! Mike Viola talks about “Ghoul” trading cards, The Major Labels, A new album with Ryan Adams and so much more. 22 minutes, and worth every second! Check it out on our top menu or click here.

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