Podcast~Johnny Hickman with Jason Larson on KRFC 99/0FM Live@Lunch
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“Johnny Hickman is best known for co-founding the band Cracker. His fiery lead guitar sound and spirited co-writing gave flavor to that band’s alternative radio hits, including Teen Angst, Low, Get Off [...]
By David Fricke
November 29, 2011 11:00 AM ET
This is my last day of work,” Michael Stipe says cheerfully, strolling through the Rolling Stone offices after giving one of his final interviews as the singer of R.E.M….
10 Criterion Picks
Sid and Nancy and Gimme Shelter make Alec Baldwins’ list of top ten Criterion releases. Also if you have never seen his number six pick Kurosawa’s High and Low, you may miss what magic the grand Japanese director brought to contemporary tales. Nary a samurai here, but Toshiro Mifune is at is best. [...]
When Johnny Hickman first met Jim Dalton, he could have guessed they’d become sentence-finishing friends and mind-reading bandmates.
A friend of Hickman’s had told him to see Dalton’s Denver-based country band, the Railbenders. As half of alt-rock band Cracker, Hickman had moved to Loveland to raise a family with his wife — [...]
The Mighty Grasshoppers
By: Waleed Rashidi
MEMBERS & INSTRUMENTS:
Chris LeRoy (vocals, guitar, piano, organ); Tony Fate (guitar, vocals); Tim Loughlin (bass, vocals); Art Schindele (drums, vocals).
CITIES OF ORIGIN:
Redlands, Los Angeles.
InterViews: Johnny Hickman on Rock Guitar Daily with Tony Conley
Rock Guitar Daily with Tony Conley
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Cracker’s John Hickman: “Hell yes, it’s all I ever want to do”
One day last week I saw an amazing video of John Hickman singing Another Song About the Rain, accompanied by David Lowery from their Cracker [...]
London Girl: I had a great affection for the sound of the first Pretenders album. This was not a punk music but a hard rock with its head in the sixties. it was the arrangements, the push pull of guitar and bass over those floor toms that made me a fan. It wasn’t Chrissie Hynde. [...]
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THE DANGERS: MORST INTERVIEW
Morst, our intrepid SongBook reviewer, archivist, and social butterfly interviews The Dangers’
Bob Vennum and Chris LeRoy on the release of their new album appropriately called…The Dangers.
Morst: What got you together the first time?
Bob: I answered a very colorful ad that Chris or John Hickman hadplaced in a local music [...]