An Interview with Milton Hall

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LO:  For those of our readers who don’t know you or your work yet, what can you tell us about your life in music and art thus far? In addition, though you’ve worked in a lot of different media, including visual and literary, so how specifically did you get your start in music? MH:  I grew up in a very rural area outside of town. The radio was the only link I had with the outside world. At some point in my early teens I stumbled upon 90.5 (WUSC – the best college radio station on the planet, in my completely biased opinion). I was pursuing the lower end of the dial and out comes “Sunday Bloody Sunday” by U2. That sounds so trite now but it seemed like a hidden world that I...

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Review: Uncaged

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     With Uncaged, the Georgia band has dropped another gem of an album into my lap and I couldn’t be happier. I was sold on these guys from the moment I first heard their breakout “Chicken Fried” in a crowded bar. Then, I saw their live DVD and all hell broke loose (in terms of being a fan). I’d have long since bought tickets for their show in November if I hadn’t just dropped almost half my worth on a new apartment and the associated costs. So it helps and hurts me that Uncaged is such a satisfying third helping of the Zac Brown sound, a couple of surprises included; if it sucked, I’d feel less indecision regarding those damn tickets.      From the first minute of “Jump Right In,” it’s no mistaking this...

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