Archive for the 'Sid Selvidge' Category

Monday, March 24th, 2014

In his tome It Came From Memphis, author Robert Gordon called Sid Selvidge the city’s “pre-eminent folkster.” Any argument to the contrary would likely be settled by one or two spins of The Cold of the Morning, Selvidge’s 1976 masterpiece. The record recently has been reissued by Omnivore Records, produced by Sid’s son Steve Selvidge, […]