12/16/2010 - Our latest image is from The Speaking Clock Revue at the Beacon Theater in New York City, on Wednesday October 20 2010 from Mellencamp fan Tom Fielder. This picture finds John performing "Save Some Time To Dream" on a dark stage under one spotlight.
12/13/2010 - John was interviewed on Public Radio International's "Bob Edwards Weekend" Dec. 11-12, 2010.
Bob spoke with John about his early career, the making of the No Better
Than This record and John's politics. Click HERE
to listen to this half hour interview on the Bob Edwards Weekend website. Read More
12/07/2010 - John's current release No Better Than This made Rolling Stone magazine's "Best Albums of 2010"
"Folk-blues idealism — recorded on a mono tape machine, in places like a Georgia
church and Sun Studios — with a very modern anger at the world after the crash.
When Mellencamp sings "A Graceful Fall," he channels a pride and rage as fresh
as last night's business reports. .." After the jump follow the link to read the full list. Read More
12/07/2010 - Rolling Stone magazine writer Andy Greene interviewed John before his performance on The Late Show with David Letterman. After the jump we have part of their interview with John talking about a new cover song he is working on and his thoughts about Willie Nelson. Read More
12/06/2010 - John was featured guest
on National Public Radio's "World Cafe" on Friday,
December 10th. John performed an acoustic set of "Save Some Time To
Dream," "The West End," "Small Town," and "Longest Days" live during the in-depth
30 minute interview. Click
HERE to listen on the NPR Media Player. Read More
12/05/2010 - Mellencamp.com web team is submitting photos documenting the No Better Than This Tour. Our latest image is from Thursday night's dress rehearsal before the tour kickoff at the IU Auditorium in John's hometown of Bloomington, IN
11/22/2010 - Long time John Mellencamp tour manager Harry Sandler is submitting photos documenting the No Better Than This Tour. Our latest image is from the Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN. It was taken on an iPhone 4 using the hipstamatic camera app and Harry's post processing on the phone. After the jump we have another shot of John's band using the same process.
11/20/2010 - Read Gary Graff's review of the Fox Theater show. Here is an excerpt: "part of four decades of refining and reinventing himself -- and still leaving 'em R.O.C.K.ing in the U.S.A. by the end of the night..." Read More