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Sunday was ground zero for roots-based rock at the Old Rock House as Paul Thorn and his band took the stage. The night was primed for what would turn out to be more of a revival than a concert.

Published in Reviews

The "King Biscuit Time" radio show aired in Helena, Ark. for the first time in November of 1941 and featured mostly African American musicians.

Published in Music News

Ten years after trading in his gloves for a guitar, former Mid-South division middleweight champion, Tupelo, Miss. native Paul Thorn was offered a record contract and began his career as a touring musician. Specializing in raw and honest Southern rock and blues, Thorn has a penchant for translating his personal experiences into easily relatable tales that come from the heart.

Published in Music News

Janiva Magness has made quite the name for herself these past 15 years as a soulful blues singer of precision and power. As such, one would not expect songs written by the likes of Matthew Sweet, Paul Thorn or Ray Wylie Hubbard to be on her radar.

Published in Music News
Monday, 13 December 2010 21:08

Paul Thorn 12/12/10

Time for a blues chemistry lesson. Take a little Bonnie Raitt soul, mix it with some Tom Waits grit, add a bit of a southern jaunt and you've got the music of blues rocker Paul Thorn.

Published in Live Performances