Dave Marsh

Dave Marsh edits Rock & Rap Confidential, one of CounterPunch’s favorite newsletters, now available for free by emailing: rockrap@aol.com. Dave blogs at http://davemarsh.us/

Bernie and the Greens

Every Day I Read the Book (the Best Music Books of the Last Year)

Banned in the USA: Luther Campbell Unbound

Really the Invisible Man Blues

Johnny Winter Knew What to Do

The Anti-Pete Seeger

What It Means to Lose Pete Seeger

The Silence of a Falling Star Lights Up a Purple Sky

Cry, Cry, Cry

Bono: Mascot of Neoliberalism

Ted Nugent’s State of Disunion

Austin Hopes and Dreams

In the Land of Hope and Dreams

100 Years of Robert Johnson

The Great General Johnson

"American Idiot:" Finally, a Musical That Rocks

Trapped Again

Sir Bono: the Knight Who Fled From His Own Debate

The Great Levi Stubbs

Bono (Himself) Challenges Me to a Debate

The Life and Times of Dick Cheney

The FBI and the Godfather (of Soul)

The Imus Affair, Hip Hop and Politics

Bono’s Bullshit

Who Are Mr and Mrs Lamont?

A Direction Home

Alan Lomax: Dead, But Still Stealing

Nina Simone

The Roots Genius of Doug Sahm

Eminem’s Body and Soul

Tom Dowd, Spirit in the Light

And the Beat(ing) Goes On

The Politics of File Sharing

John Sinclair and the Blues Scholars

Troubador of the Highway

Illegal Music

Springsteen’s The Rising

Selling Out?

Sing a Simple Song

Now Ain’t the Time for Your Tears

The Censors Go Global

Alan Lomax

Michael Jacks, Racism and the Music Cartel

Record Cartel Accounting Scams

John Entwistle’s Heaven and Hell

The RIAA, The Library of Congress and the Web Pirates

Corporate Buy Outs and the Decline of Teen Jive

Shelley Stewart, Radio and the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement

Invoking International Law to Avoid Nuclear War in Kashmir

I’m Through Pulling Punches