Katie Alice Greer
In the almost 60 years since Bob Dylan released his debut album, countless words have been spilled on his singular legacy. There are books and movies and over half a century’s worth of music journalism trying to dissect the mystery and pin down the multitudes. College courses unpack his lyrics. A Presidential Medal Of Freedom and a Nobel Prize and who knows how many other honors mark Dylan’s towering, seismic presence as not just a musician but a cultural and literary icon of the American Century. All of which is to say: You and I both know about Bob Dylan, and there’s little I could say to celebrate his 80th birthday that hasn’t been said many times before.
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The last time Bandcamp did its special revenue share-waiving promotion, Priests frontwoman Katie Alice Greer released two EPs and a single of new material. Today, Bandcamp is back at it, and so is K A G. This time, Greer has shared lo-fi, bare-bones guitar covers of Bobbie Gentry’s 1967 story song “Ode To Billie Joe” […]