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No Depression: Spring 2023

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No Depression is committed to producing the best roots music journalism in print and online. The Spring 2023 issue continues that mission through long-form, multi-sourced coverage highlighting both stars like Lucinda Williams and up-and-comers like Sunny War, as well as underreported issues in the roots music scene. These quarterly editions of No Depression's journal are essential reading for every roots music fan.

Included in this issue:

  • Peak Performance: 50 years of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival - Caitlin Wolper
  • Darkest Before the Dawn: On the cusp of a breakout, Sunny War isn't afraid to probe despair - Kim Ruehl
  • Freedom of Expression: A new generation of instrumentalists explore the guitar's possibilities - Vanessa Ague
  • Where the Heart Is: Black Belt Eagle Scout's renewed connection to home comes out in the music - Mia Hughes
  • Breaking the Silence: Argentina's soundtrack to dictatorship and democracy, as seen in Argentina, 1985 - Judy Cantor-Navas
  • Slow Omen: A poem and essay by H.C. McEntire
  • Meeting in the Middle: Nickel Creek has much more to say - Stacy Chandler
  • Funky Friends: Trombone Shorty leads a musical exchange in Havana - Hilary Saunders
  • A Long Road: Musicians struggle to keep up the pace amid long COVID
  • Kimberly Kaye
  • Recovering for an Audience - Kimberly Kaye
  • Pre-Show Precautions - Hilary Saunders
  • Sides of the Moon: The many phases of The Milk Carton Kids' new album - Will Hodge
  • Screen Door: 'Your Song' and Ours - Kyshona

... And so much more!


  • Original design by Marcus Amaker
  • Original cover art by Jimena Estíbaliz
  • Original poetry by H.C. McEntire
  • Archival images courtesy of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival
  • Original photos by Hilary Saunders