FAREWELL

 

Dear Shot From Guns readers,

 Everything has its place and in due time, all things run their natural course – Shot From Guns has reached the end of its time and will be retired as of today. I’ve had a fun time doing this blog for the past year and a half. I didn’t anticipate that things would even last this long and I’ve thought about retiring the blog several times. I’ve published 148 articles and roughly 25 interviews, however, this stream has finally run dry and it’s time to seek greener pastures.

I’d like to thank the people that followed Shot From Guns and checked the site on a daily/weekly basis. Nonetheless, I am not the only person reporting about the Atlanta music scene and music business. On the right hand sidebar under the blogroll, you will see links to lots of other great blogs with useful information pertaining to the Atlanta music and arts scene and all things music.  

Here are links to some of my favorite Shot From Guns interviews and articles:

Munehiro Narita – Crafting Music That Transcends Words

Artist Profile – Baroness

Read All About Him – Caural

Where Does Art Belong in a Capitalist Society?

Glimpse Into An Odd Future

Cedric Muhammad – the Rich, Righteous Teacher

Dosa Kim: A Visual Storyteller

How to Win a Grammy

Best Albums of 2010

Best Albums of 2009

 

Farewell young Turks, this ship has sailed

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6 responses to “FAREWELL

  1. Sorry to see you go. Good luck with whatever you do next.

  2. Damn and I just started reading this year too. The Odd Future essay was pretty great. Good luck with whatever is next.

  3. You will be missed. Definitely enjoyed your blogging.

  4. Thanks for checking the site ya’ll, I will keep writing, but not for Shot From Guns. I appreciate your positive comments and feedback!

  5. Best of luck buddy. – Chris

  6. Taylor,

    Sorry to see you go. You often had the most thoughtful and thought provoking stuff out there. If you ever need a forum, we’d be delighted to make space for you. Thank you for your contribution to the Atlanta music scene and best of luck in whatever’s next.

    Rube

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