Elmore magazine is an American music publication founded in 2005 by Suzanne Cadgène and Arnie Goodman. With the motto, “Saving American Music,” Elmore covers a wide variety of genres, including roots, rhythm and blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, country, folk and Americana. Elmore's name was inspired by bluesman Elmore James, although Cadgène also explained, “Elmore James was certainly a factor, but Elmore is a funky, American, down-home name. I don't know any ‘Sir Elmores.’” In 2012, Elmore was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.

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  • Elmore magazine is an American music publication founded in 2005 by Suzanne Cadgène and Arnie Goodman. With the motto, “Saving American Music,” Elmore covers a wide variety of genres, including roots, rhythm and blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, country, folk and Americana. Elmore's name was inspired by bluesman Elmore James, although Cadgène also explained, “Elmore James was certainly a factor, but Elmore is a funky, American, down-home name. I don't know any ‘Sir Elmores.’” According to the publication’s mission statement, “If music is your life’s soundtrack, and you’re as interested in looking ahead as you are curious of what came before, consider yourself on board.” After ten years as a print publication, in July 2014 Elmore transitioned to an online format, supplemented by its monthly e-newsletter, the E-more. Elmore runs interviews and in-depth features concerning American music, breaking music news, extensive reviews of new releases, re-issues, music-related films, books and a wide array of live music shows and festivals across the country, as well as giveaways and contests. In 2012, Elmore was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. (en)
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  • Elmore magazine is an American music publication founded in 2005 by Suzanne Cadgène and Arnie Goodman. With the motto, “Saving American Music,” Elmore covers a wide variety of genres, including roots, rhythm and blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, country, folk and Americana. Elmore's name was inspired by bluesman Elmore James, although Cadgène also explained, “Elmore James was certainly a factor, but Elmore is a funky, American, down-home name. I don't know any ‘Sir Elmores.’” In 2012, Elmore was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. (en)
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