Long And Winding Road

Long and Winding Road: Gray Smith of Savoy

Boulder-based Savoy has packed their bags and moved east to Brooklyn, favorite records in tow.

From Zeppelin to Daft Punk, Gray Smith of Savoy’s musical journey



Long and Winding Road: Jeff Daniels

Jeff Daniels has traded in the doggy car for a guitar.

From Arlo Guthrie to Christine Lavin: Jeff Daniels’ musical evolution



Long and Winding Road: Maria Taylor of Azure Ray

Long and Winding Road: Maria Taylor of Azure Ray

The Beatles to Carole King to Bright Eyes: Maria Taylor’s winding road



Long and Winding Road: Damon Albarn of Gorillaz

Don't hate Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn for admitting his love for Terry Jacks. Reverb file photo, taken at the Coachella Festival in April, by Joe McCabe, heyreverb.com

Damon Albarn and his Gorillaz feed on a steady diet of 1970s Congo music — and in the past, they’ve found their nutrients in the Specials and Canadian singer Terry Jacks.



Long and Winding Road: Scott Devendorf of the National

Scott Devendorf of the National says that there is a time and a place for the Red Hot Chili Peppers -- and LCD Soundsystem, too.

Let’s talk Quiet Riot, the Red Hot Chile Peppers and LCD Soundsystem — in this week’s Long and Winding Road, with Scott Devendorf of the National.



Long and Winding Road: Thomas Fekete of Surfer Blood

Surfer Blood guitarist Thomas Fekete calls Weezer's 'Blue Album' his gateway into indie rock.

Surfer Blood guitarist Thomas Fekete talks Weezer, Patsy Cline, LCD Soundsystem and more of his musical habits over the years



Long and Winding Road: Matt Bellamy of Muse

Matt Bellamy of Muse found early inspiration in Jeff Buckley. Photo courtesy of the artist's website.

From Jeff Buckley to Gaga: Matt Bellamy’s muses



Long and Winding Road: Aaron Keim of Boulder Acoustic Society

Boulder Acoustic Society loves the uke.

Long and Winding Road: Boulder Acoustic Society



Long and Winding Road: Rob Barbato of Darker My Love

Hands together now: Darker My Love's secret past with Lou Diamond Phillips' 'La Bamba,' the Dead and Mark E. Smith. Photo by Heather Culp, myspace.com/darkermylove

Long and Winding Road: Darker My Love