To A Better Land: Uncle Tupelo and the Legacy of No Depression


This story appears in our January/February Legends Issue. Belleville, Illinois, did not weather the 1980s particularly well. Sprawled just thirty minutes due east of St. Louis, the factory town had thrived during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, when it swelled with factories and foundries and earned the nickname “Stove Capital of the World.” It […]

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