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On May 4, 2004.

On May 4, 2004, “Saddle Creek Records” label released “fulfilled/complete”, the second Broken Spindles studio album. It was recorded December 2003 – January 2004, at “Presto! Recording Studios” in Lincoln, Nebraska, and was produced by Mike Mogis.


  • Joel Petersen – vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, artwork
  • Nate Walcott – piano, string arrangements
  • Geraldine Vo – vocals, artwork
  • Donna Carnes – violin
  • Kim Salistean – violin
  • Cindy Ricker – viola
  • Tracy Sands – cello
  • Mike Mogis – engineer, mixing
  • Doug Van Sloun – mastering
  • Jadon Ulrich – layout

Track Listing:

All tracks by Joel Petersen.

  1. Induction
  2. Fall In and Down On
  3. Song No Song
  4. To Die, For Death
  5. Move Away
  6. Practice, Practice, Preach
  7. Italian Wardrobe
  8. Events & Affairs
  9. Harm
  10. The Dream

On June 23, 2019.

On June 23, 2019, David Louis Bartholomew died aged 100. He was a musician (trumpet), bandleader, composer, arranger, and record producer, active in various musical genres, including rhythm and blues, big band, swing music, rock and roll, New Orleans jazz, and Dixieland. In his induction into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”, he was cited as a key figure in the transition from jump blues and swing to R&B and as “one of the Crescent City’s greatest musicians and a true pioneer in the rock and roll revolution.” His biggest success as a composer was in the partnership with Fats Domino producing some of his greatest successes. In the mid-50s they wrote more than forty hits for “Imperial Records”, including Ain’t That a Shame. Bartholomew’s other hit songs include I Hear You Knocking, Blue Monday” I’m Walkin’, My Ding-A-Ling, and One Night. He was a member of the “Songwriters Hall of Fame”, the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”, and the “Louisiana Music Hall of Fame”.

On April 21, 2016.

On April 21, 2016, Lonnie McIntosh aka Lonnie Mack, died aged 74. He was singer – songwriter and musician (guitar), regarded as pioneer of blues-rock music, rock guitar melodic soloing and a blue-eyed soul singer. He recorded eleven studio and two live albums, and has recorded with many famous musicians such as James Brown, Freddie King, Dobie Gray, Ronnie Hawkins, Wayne Perkins, Jack Holland, Albert Washington, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and bands such as The Doors, The Sluggers, The Crudup Brothers and The Charmaines. For his work, Lonnie Mack received many recognitions and awards including “International Guitar Hall of Fame induction” (2001), “Southeastern Indiana Musician’s Association Hall of Fame” induction (2001), “Rockabilly Hall of Fame” induction (2005), “The Southern Legends Entertainment & Performing Arts Hall of Fame” induction (2006). Magazine “Guitar World” ranked his album “The Wham of that Memphis Man” as the most significant “landmark” in the history of rock guitar.