Lee Zimmerman is thrilled to be writing for PopMatters, one of the best in the biz. In addition, he also writes Blurt, Relix, M Music and Musicians, New Times, Bluegrass Situation, Country Standard Time, Goldmine, and maybe more that don't immediately come to mind. He's fond of editors (most of the time), publicists (esp. when they agree to send him music in physical form) and the brave souls that make the music and struggle to express their creativity and still make a living at it at the same time. Lee is obsessed with music - new, old, pop, rock, Americana, country, folk... all he desires is a great melody and an indelible refrain.
Back to the Beginning and Forward into the Future: An Interview with Delbert McClinton | 10 Mar 2015 // 10:00 PM
Touring with the Beatles. Topping the charts with hits like "Giving It Up for Your Love". Now, Delbert McClinton looks back on his career and hints at what's to come.
Stephen Kellogg: South West North East | 1 Feb 2016 // 9:05 PM
True to the sprawling designs implied in its title, it comes across like an epic effort, thanks to the memorable melodies etched in every one of its 20 songs.
Shawn Mullins: My Stupid Heart | 17 Jan 2016 // 9:05 PM
With his new album, Mullins draws ever closer to a breakthrough, thanks to some of the strongest songs he’s ever written.