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Taking Back Sunday: John Nolan

Tanya Donelly & Thomas Gorman: Belly

Tech Honors: Deaths Dynamic Shroud

Teenage Bottlerocket: Ray Carlisle

Teenage Halloween

Ten Years After: Ric Lee

Testament: Alex Skolnick

Thomas Fec AKA Tobacco

Tiffany Ashton

Tiger Blood Tapes: Chris & Indy

Tim Clair: Record Reserve

Tim David: Bathroom of the Future

Tim “Ripper” Owens: K.K.’s Priest

Time Slave Recordings/My Pet Flamingo: Jay & Enzo

The Toasters: Robert “Bucket” Hingley

Tod Howarth: Frehley’s Comet

Tom Bellamy: Losers

Tom Mullen: Washed Up Emo

Tommy Alaska: The Tommy Alaska Experience

Tommy Emmanuel

Tommy Paris: Britny Fox

Tommy Thayer: KISS

Tony Vesalainen: Cityman Productions

Too Many Records: Matt Kessler

Transviolet: Sarah McTaggert

Travis Nelson: The Hub City Stompers

Trevor Church: Haunt

Trevor Tunision & Nyna Nelson: Fort Vine

Trixter: Steve Brown

Trouble: Bruce Franklin:

Trunk, Eddie

Turner, Frank

Tyler Blue Broderick AKA Diners

Tyler Ritter: Moon Taxi

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Andrew Daly

Andrew has always felt himself to be a "jack of all trades, master of none" type of person. With an immense passion for music, a disposition for writing, and an eagerness to teach and share both, Andrew decided to found Vinyl Writer in 2019 as a freelance column under the column Stories from the Stacks. Over time, the column grew into a website which now features contributors who further the cause of sharing both a love of music and the art of journalism with the world through articles and interviews. While Andrew enjoys running the website, his real passion lies in teaching and facilitating others to do what they do best, and giving them the opportunity to explore their passions in the process.
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