Last time you heard from Scott Bondy, he was fronting an Alabama grunge act called Verbena and ripping off, first, the Rolling Stones and, then, Nirvana, with the help of producer Dave Grohl. Now he's going by A.A. Bondy and channeling Bob Dylan. The name change seems to be a transparent ploy to put himself at the top of the world's iTunes libraries, but the switch from grunge to folk is where the good news starts. Cutting slower, bluesier tracks that sound like they were written in a boxcar manages to strike an original chord.... More >>>