Blog Entries by Jeff Suwak

Author Jeff SuwakJeff Suwak is a writer and editor living in the Pacific Northwest. His publishing experience ranges from the sciences to fiction to music journalism. In addition to his traditional and formal publications, he publishes a lot of creative writing on Medium. He also maintains a Pacific Northwest travel and history blog at Northwest Nomad.
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  • Neil YoungNeil YoungIs "Like A Hurricane" about Daryl Hannah? Did he own a hearse? Find out in this Fact or Fiction, Neil Young edition.
  • Alice in ChainsAlice in ChainsIs the "Rooster" Jerry Cantrell's father? Did they start as a punk band? Find out in the Fact or Fiction, Alice in Chains edition.
  • Chloe Smith of Rising AppalachiaChloe Smith of Rising AppalachiaChloe Smith of the sister act Rising Appalachia explains their ethos and talks about songs on their album The Lost Mystique Of Being In The Know.
  • Savannah Buist of The AccidentalsSavannah Buist of The AccidentalsSav Buist breaks down some key Accidentals tracks - including one they wrote with Tom Paxton - and explains how they handled the pandemic.
  • Dave Cousins of the StrawbsDave Cousins of the StrawbsThe frontman of the venerable UK folk rockers the Strawbs talks about their 2021 album, Settlement.
  • Robert PlantRobert PlantWas Phil Collins on his solo albums? Did he kibosh the Led Zeppelin reunion tour? Find out in this Fact or Fiction.
  • Granville AutomaticGranville AutomaticElizabeth Elkins and Vanessa Olivarez of Granville Automatic talk about their songs inspired by the lost history of Nashville.
  • Ashley RileyAshley RileyThe Illinois singer-songwriter talks about her songs, her Nashville experience, and the Decatur music scene.
  • MelanieMelanieThe singer-songwriter Melanie talks about her spiritual awakening at Woodstock, "Brand New Key," and why songwriting is an art, not a craft.
  • ToolToolWas a cat squeezed to make a Tool song? Is Dustin Hoffman referenced in another? Take the Fact or Fiction, Tool edition, to find out.
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