Peter Stone Brown

Peter Stone Brown is a freelance writer and singer-songwriter.  

On the Way Downtown to Show Business, Baby

Tom Russell in the Heart of the Folk Hotel

Bob Dylan: “Reaching Back for Yesterday”

Chuck Berry: the First Poet of Rock and Roll

BANG! The Bert Berns Story Needs To Be Seen

Van Morrison’s Same Old Song and Robert Finley’s New Old Soul

Mike Bloomfield, Reluctant Guitar Hero

Doing It His Way: Bob Dylan and the Great American Songbook Revisited

Merle Haggard: a Rebel To The End

The Long Not So Idyllic Descent of Woodstock, New York

The Rock ’n’ Roll Prophet of Memphis and the 40-Year Ride of Asleep at the Wheel.

Bob Dylan’s Myth Busting Cutting Edge

The Night the Folk Movement Died

Shadows of Dylan Standard Time

Dylan Still Down in the Basement, But Finally Out of the Vault

Dan Montgomery and Tom Heyman: Songwriters on the Blue Side of Sin

Riding Shotgun With Dylan

The Spring Indie Americana Roundup

What We’re Listening to This Week

Pete Seeger: a Troubadour for Peace and Justice

Music People Should Know About

Remembering Phil Everly

This Film is Not About Dave Van Ronk

Ry Cooder’s Genre Blender

Garland Jeffreys’ Truth Serum

The Redefinition of Bob Dylan’s Self Portrait

Farewell to the King of Heartbreak

Bob Dylan’s Sly Trip to Hell on Earth

Farewell to Levon

Farewell to Two Blues Greats

Where is Phil Ochs When We Really Need Him?

The New Old Dylan

Bob Dylan and America

Music Under the Radar

Brother Solomon Burke

The Re-Packaging of Bob Dylan

The Return of Levon Helm

John Fogerty Makes Peace with His Past

James Brown: Please Don’t Go

Dylan’s Swing Time Waltz in the Face of the Apocalypse