This is a website about rock criticism and the people who write it. Since its inception in 2000, rockcritics.com has featured interviews with nearly 100 rock critics, from the infamous to the obscure, and everything in between. We have also run many features on related subjects, an assortment of interview-oriented podcasts (and radio shows), along with the usual daily (er, sometimes) blogging sort of banter. Your feedback is always welcome.

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  1. Dear Sir/Madam

    How can I get in contact with Greil Marcus about an interview request?

    Many Thanks


  2. Eddy Sill says:

    Do you know how I can reach or email Ira Robbins?

    Eddy Sill

  3. Whitley D says:

    How could I possibly get in contact with Gary Graff? I desperately need an interview for a class…

  4. Hey Scott!

    I have been horribly neglectful in not visiting Rock Critics in a long time but I will now make it a regular visit again and will ensure the staff of Rock and Roll Report do so as well. Glad to know that the site is still thriving!

    Also, we have a new monthly series starting soon that I would like to talk about with you as I think some of the Rock Critics contributors might be interested in getting involved.


  5. As “the next of the last of the rock critics” I definitely think my name should be showing up more on your site. As a good first step you could review my new book. http://www.popmatters.com/pm/review/111417-by-the-time-we-got-to-woodstock-the-great-rock-n-roll-revolution-of-/

  6. Anonymous says:

    I was a regular contributor to Rolling Stone and Fusion 1969-76, and music editor of The Boston Phoenix 1971-74. Please get in touch if you’re seeking thoughts and reminiscences of the period. – Ben Gerson

  7. Bill Elliot says:

    Mr Marcus: Princeton 62-63, midnight concert series at MacCarter theater, few beers and clear possibility of falling asleep, just using the ticker…young Bob Dylan bops in about the way you describe him in your Dylan book 1963…barstool with harmonicas, glass of water. First song a little weird, but interesting…second song and I move to the edge of my seat for the rest of the “concert” and have moved only a little ever since. He returns the next year, quite known by then, and fyi—you probably already heard this—a Princeton student began insisting that he had written Blowin’ In The Wind and sent it off on a match book or something… Anyway, Dylan introduced the song saying “Contrary to what you may have heard, I wrote this song…” Into your book 17 pages, Martin D-28 guitar leaning on the wall, living in Montana where I have seen Dylan six times, feel a bit like whenever a Dylan album came out, don’t wanna ever get to the last song but can’t wait to do so, gonna love your book. PS …another little anecdote/true story, my neighbor has two fancy western wear shops, this happening in Casper WY, Dylan and a couple of musicians ride bicycles to the store from their tour bus/hotel, and he picks out some new clothes when an older lady says “You sure look a lot like Bob Dylan.” He smiles and says, “Yeah, I get that a lot…”

  8. Mike Freedberg says:

    Ben Gerson ! I remember you ! Me, I’m still doing music journalism, mostly online but also for the Phoenix, which now has its 6th music editor after you. Are you on Facebook ?

  9. How can I get in touch with Scott Woods for an interview? It’s for my class, and I need it tomorrow.

    David Harold Palridder

  10. scott woods says:

    Click on where it says “give us a buzz” and you can email me (I don’t have much PC access today, though).

  11. chrsbakr says:

    Hi Scott,

    I just discovered your site while doing some research on Richard Meltzer. Loved the interview (and the subsequent 15 or so interviews I checked out after that). This is a great blog. Keep up the good work man.

    -Chris Baker (aspiring rock critic)

  12. scott woods says:

    Thanks, Chris — Much appreciated, and glad you found it of use.

  13. rcrdlynn says:

    Excellent blog ! Here’s something I wrote… in French… On Autechre, but with some considerations on punk and rock here and there… KEEP IT UP ! http://www.theoria.fr/111-la-musique-savante-dautechre/

  14. Jeff Lebowski says:

    Write about your days in The Doberman Gang. You must have some interesting tales to relate!

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