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Five Hundredth Year – A Rose From Ashes

Fear of failing, isolation, addiction…..burning up and rising from the ashes. These are the themes that Fenton, MI hard rock outfit Five Hundredth Year deal out on [...]

Tyler Edwards – Too Young for Love

Tyler Edwards – Too Young for Love  Folk recordings with a primary singer/songwriter and their acoustic guitar can often turn into exercises of boredom with much [...]

Jeremy Porter and the Tucos – Above the Sweet Tea

Jeremy Porter and the Tucos – Above the Sweet Tea Line  FACEBOOK:                Roots-minded pop rock is where the first and second generation American punk rockers went [...]

Chris Sabatino – Maybe Not This Time

Chris Sabatino – Maybe Not This Time  CD BABY:  He probably wakes up every day feeling vaguely surprised that he ended up doing this. When Chris [...]

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It Ain't Easy Being Keith Richards: Inside the New Issue

Keith Richards gives one of his most revealing interviews in years in the new issue of Rolling Stone (on stands Friday). For the in-depth cover story, the Rolling Stones guitarist invited associate editor Patrick Doyle to hang out with him at Luc's in Ridgefield, Connecticut – an unassuming French bistro near Richards'...

Hank Williams Jr. to Kick Off Unpredictable CMA Awards: The Ram Report

Every year, the CMA Awards broadcast typically grasps viewers in the first few seconds with some sort of explosive collaboration. This year, that honor goes to Hank Williams, Jr. and Eric Church. Bocephus' big CMA comeback, along with the show's other unpredictable elements are the focus of today's Ram Report. After...

See Luther Dickinson and Jackie Greene Jam in New Guitar Series

The secret to Luther Dickinson's signature wailing slide-guitar groove? Start with the basics. "In my community, everybody played with their fingers and everybody played slide guitar and open tuning," the North Mississippi Allstars frontman tells Jackie Greene, who sat down together during Nashville's Americana Fest to discuss Dickinson's approach to his...

Billy Joe Royal, Country and Pop Singer, Dead at 73

Billy Joe Royal, who scored the 1965 Top Ten single "Down in the Boondocks" and also made frequent appearances on the country chart in the Eighties, died suddenly Tuesday morning at his Marietta, North Carolina home, according to the Tennessean. He was 73 years old. Born April 3, 1942, in Valdosta, Georgia,...

Donald Trump Is 'Master Brander,' Says Bill Clinton on 'Colbert'

Bill Clinton, once dubbed by President Obama as "Secretary of Explaining Stuff," dropped some knowledge on Tuesday's episode of The Late Show, telling Stephen Colbert why Donald Trump is holding strong in the polls. "Because he's a master brander," Clinton said, flatly. "And he's the most interesting character out there. "And because he...

Inside 'Montage of Heck' Album's Trove of Unreleased Kurt Cobain

"I curated the album to create a feeling that the listener was sitting in Kurt's apartment in Olympia, Washington, in the late Eighties, and bearing witness to his creation." That is how Brett Morgen — the writer-director and co-producer of Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, the controversial HBO documentary about the...

Watch Jay Leno Return to 'Tonight Show' to Deliver Monologue

Jimmy Fallon pulled a hamstring midway through The Tonight Show monologue Tuesday, but thankfully there was someone in the building who could serve as emergency substitute. Jay Leno returned to the show where he spent over 20 years as host to deliver a five-minute monologue of political humor. "The election is getting nasty. Ralph...

Watch a Hypnotic Animated Video From Phish's Trey Anastasio

After a busy summer spent gigging with both the Grateful Dead and Phish — including a three-day Magnaball run in late August — Trey Anastasio releases a new solo album, Paper Wheels, on October 30th. We're premiering the first video from the record, an animated clip for "Lever Boy." The video was directed by George...

Kacey Musgraves on the Diversity and Rigors of the Road

It's been less than four months since Kacey Musgraves released her whipsmart, sweet-as-sin second album, Pageant Material, but the 27-year-old country singer says she knows it won't be long before she begins to tire of playing its songs on the road. "I still really love a lot of these songs," Musgraves...

John Mayer Defends Dead & Company Tour After 'Fare Thee Well' Gigs

John Mayer defended members of the Grateful Dead, whom he'll be joining on tour this fall, for regrouping after the legendary band played what were billed as their final shows this summer, The Associated Press reports. "I don't know of any Deadhead in the world who said, 'When I paid my money, I paid to...

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