Bill DeVille Feature Archive

By the end of this album, you won't forget the name Gary Clark, Jr. (11/12/2012)
While in town to play at the 7th St. Entry, London-based indie folk band Daughter stopped by The Current studio to chat with Bill DeVille and perform a few songs. (10/28/2012)
What would The Current sound like if it were run by the Liverpudlians from The Wombats? We find out in this edition of Theft of the Dial. (10/18/2012)
Caravan Du Nord hit the road again to Fergus Falls with host Bill DeVille and Tapes 'N Tapes, Zoo Animal and local opener Satin Strides providing the musical entertainment. (10/16/2012)
Caravan Du Nord hit the road again to Fergus Falls with host Bill DeVille and Tapes 'N Tapes, Zoo Animal and local opener Satin Strides providing the musical entertainment. (10/14/2012)
On his 35th studio album, Dylan sounds like the old bluesman that perhaps he has always wanted to be. (10/01/2012)
Britain's Alt-J burst onto the scene earlier this year on the strength of their single "Fitzpleasure." (09/23/2012)
There ain't no party like a Bloc Party because a Bloc Party melds the stuttering guitar work of post punk with the strident dance beats of the new century. (09/23/2012)
Bill DeVille takes you through the history of one of rock & roll, soul and R&B's most quintessential labels, Stax Records. (08/08/2012)
From the Ground Up: That's the title of Americana singer-songwriter John Fullbright's debut studio album, but it is also a fitting description of the path Fullbright's career has followed. (08/05/2012)
The sunny, surf rock band Best Coast burst onto the scene with a straightforward sound and simple lyrics. Their new album is a step-forward for the band's maturation - both in sound and perspective. (07/27/2012)
The married folk duo Shovels & Rope brought their act to The Current studios to play a few songs and talk with Bill Deville about finding their kick drum in the garbage, Confederate moonshine's influence on naming their new record and Townes, the tour bus guarding hound dog. (07/22/2012)
Siblings: you can't live with them, you can't be a folk rock band without them. At least that's the case for Ian, Eric and Brittany Holljes, who along with Elizabeth Hopkins, Mike McKee and Grant Emerson, form the Durham-based sextet, Delta Rae. (07/15/2012)
Minneapolis native son Dave Pirner is most famous for his role as guitarist and frontman of the seminal Minnesota rock group, Soul Asylum. Soul Asylum is commemorating the release of their tenth studio album next week with a sold-out show at the 7th Street Entry (they will also be performing live at Minnesota Public Radio's UBS Forum). Dave stopped by The Current studios to hijack the airwaves with a few of his favorite (and his own!) tracks. (07/14/2012)
"Signs and Signifiers," the debut record from bluesy, rockabilly artist JD McPherson, was rereleased by Rounder Records earlier this year. The wider release gives music fans a second chance to discover a quickly rising talent in McPherson. (07/07/2012)