Albumn review, “Campfires on the Moon”, by Michael Nenonen.
Rodney DeCroo’s latest album, “Campfires on the Moon,” reveals hidden faces. I’ll say more about that in a moment.
“Campfires”, released by Tonic Records, is DeCroo’s seventh album (eighth if you count his 2012 spoken word album “Allegheny”, and you probably should). Its gentle tempo is . . . → Read More: Art Threat: The outlaw love and godless gospel of roots rocker Rodney DeCroo
“Factories By the River” by Aaron Henry Gorson, Pittsburgh, PA
“Allegheny, BC” is Rodney DeCroo’s first published book of poetry. It follows a body of musical work that has received international acclaim. His albums—there have been six so far—have earned considerable respect from reviewers on several continents for the power of his lyrics . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Growing up in the muck-stream of America – The poetics of defiance in Rodney DeCroo’s "Allegheny, BC"