Author Archives: Bridey

About Bridey

Bridey has been a music nut since falling in love with Elton John's "Caribou" album in grade school (why that one? I was nine). She's a magazine editor by trade who writes regularly about radio, music, and related industries.

Heard but never seen

After a flirtation with ’60s oldies for a few weeks, I’m spending time with a stream that plays a lot of ’70s singer-songwriter stuff, along with milder songs from the usual classic rock suspects. They play a lot of Harry … Continue reading

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Southern Fried

Aaand we’re back! And here we go: Way back in the first half of the ’70s, there was a great boom in what most people back then called Southern-fried rock. The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, the Outlaws, Marshall … Continue reading

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Ruby on the Radio

As Pete said, we’re casting our musical net a little more widely these days, ranging cautiously into country new and old, and the occasional new music that catches our variable fancy. So here’s a country song that hit number 6 … Continue reading

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