Articles and Interviews
The voice that says "Hello" is gravelly and carries an almost menacing undertone. In its wake flows a slight drawl. Its directness is more farmer than philosopher, its lilt more Dixie than Yankee. Overall, the effect is somewhat intimidating. Would this be the one, the interview in which the musician takes the reporter to task for inane questions, flagrant misreadings of his songs and a woeful lack of historical musical knowledge? Thankfully, no. But David Olney's wise, blunt responses make ...