Honest Tune announces monthly Online Edition, quarterly print schedule
Dear Honest Tune Readers:
If it seems like it’s been a while since you’ve received an issue of Honest Tune in the mail, there’s good reason. We’ve not sent one since the Fall ’06 issue, which came out last September. The good news is that the next one is on its way at last. But even better, we’re going to be bringing you even more great content—feature profiles, interviews, concert and CD reviews and more—in our new monthly online edition.
The print edition of Honest Tune will now come out 4 times a year (one for each season) instead of the previous 5-issue per year schedule. This change will allow us to bring you the most up-to-date information, news and reviews online, while still providing you with the in-depth coverage you’ve come to expect in ink and paper.
The first issue of 2007 springs forth later this month with our Spring 2007 issue (Volume 8, Number 1) with a cover story on New Orleans’ keepers of the funk flame—Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk. New Orleans writer Alex Rawls gets you up close and personal with the first family of funk.
Also in this issue, a feature story on The Slip and their breakthrough new album Eisenhower, plus we catch you up on a Fall Festival retrospective and of course tons of CD reviews.
Meanwhile, the March edition of Honest Tune Online is chock full of great features too, including an interview with JJ Grey, who tells us why his new album is credited to “JJ Grey and Mofro” instead of just Mofro. We also catch up with keyboard wizard T Lavitz, visit with Carolina soulsters Hobex and review new CDs by Assembly of Dust and moe. among others.
For those keeping count, there was no official “Winter” issue of 2006. The Fall issue was the last of the year. All subscribers who signed up during the 5/year era will have their subscriptions extended by one issue.
So keep a look out for the next print magazine to reach your mailbox soon, and be sure to check back here at Honest Tune Online each month for the most up-to-date news and reviews.
And remember that because of the rate used to ship the magazine, the US Post Office does not forward the magazine, even if you’ve filled out a forwarding order. So if you’ve moved since your last issue, we want to know about it so we can get your magazine to you.
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