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Flashback: Kitty Wells Sings Controversial Song on the Opry

In 1952 Kitty Wells forever transformed the way women would be seen in the country music world It was shortly after fellow country star Hank Thompson sang about a cheating fiancé (an ungodly “honky tonk angel”Smilie: ;) in “The Wild Side of Life” that Wells’ musical response turned the tables on…

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Brett Eldredge Swims With the Fishes

Brett Eldredge knows how to party On July 17th — one month after “Beat of the Music” climbed to the top of the country charts giving the country singer his second consecutive Number One hit — Eldredge celebrated by slipping into the warm waters off the coast of the Bahamas……

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Hear Ex-Kyuss Singer John Garcia's Duet With the Doors' Robby Krieger

“If someone told me at 19 years old when I wrote ‘Her Bullets Energy’ that Robby Krieger would be playing on it I would have told them ‘You’re out of your mind and go jump in a lake’” says John Garcia the voice behind bands like Kyuss Vista Chino and…

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Eric Clapton Taps John Mayer, Mark Knopfler for New JJ Cale Covers

Eric Clapton is at the helm of two new collaborative tracks from The Breeze his upcoming tribute to the late blues legend JJ Cale “Train to Nowhere” and “Don’t Wait” both of which premiered Tuesday on Guitar World and Billboard respectively The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time Little Steven on Eric…

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Sunny Sweeney Shares Happy (and Heartbreaking) Accidents

Sunny Sweeney is an accident waiting to happen That’s how the singer-songwriter views her creative process anyway Whether she’s alone or working with co-writers sometimes it’s the unexpected burst of inspiration that yields the most satisfying results Sunny Sweeney Gets ‘Provoked’ on New Album “Mom says I can talk to a brick…

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Nirvana's Reunion Honored 'Queer, Feminist Scene,' St. Vincent Says

In a new interview St Vincent explained that she agreed to take part in Nirvana’s reunion performances at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and at a small Brooklyn club this past April — when she and three other women sang Kurt Cobain’s parts of songs — because she felt it paid…

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Voice' Duo The Swon Brothers Talk Shelton, Sexiness

Voice alums the Swon Brothers are preparing to release their full-length major-label debut and their single “Later On” is already a bona fide country hit (It racked up the most one-week adds of any debut single in Country Aircheck history when it was released this past March) But despite hitting…

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Shel Silverstein Biopic in the Works

Songwriter Shel Silverstein who penned the Grammy-winning Johnny Cash classic “A Boy Named Sue” will be the subject of a Hollywood biopic Variety reports that among the film’s producers will be famed director McG (Charlie Angels 3 Days to Kill) Writing partners Chris Shafer and Paul Vicknair are adapting the…

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Jack White's Third Man Records Starts Publishing Wing

Jack White’s Third Man Records will officially launch its new publishing wing Third Man Books with the August 5th release of their first commercially available book Language Lessons Volume 1 a new box set featuring a 321-page hardbound collection of prose and poetry and two vinyl LPs Jack White Reveals Everything You…

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Flashback: Weezer Play 'Say It Ain't So' on 'Letterman'

By the summer of 1995 Rivers Cuomo simply had enough During the past year he’d seen his band Weezer go from playing tiny bars to headlining festivals around the world while MTV played the group’s video for “Buddy Holly” around the clock It was the dream of most musicians but…

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Jason Aldean's New Single Gets a Florida Georgia Line Assist

With its rat-a-tat drum loop and slinking progression Jason Aldean’s new single “Burnin’ It Down” released this week is a departure even for the artist who successfully bridged hip-hop and country with “Dirt Road Anthem” The steamy mid-tempo ballad is the first single from Aldean’s upcoming sixth studio album the…

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Billy Joel to Receive Library of Congress' Gershwin Prize

Billy Joel will receive the Library of Congress’ Gershwin Prize for Popular Song which each year honors the career of one musician and their dedication to “promoting the genre of song as a vehicle of cultural understanding; entertaining and informing audiences; and inspiring new generations” 9 Things We Learned About Billy…

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Watch Skrillex Teach Ron Howard How to DJ at Made in America Fest

Over the past two years Jay Z’s Made in America festival has brought together diverse lineups including Pearl Jam Beyoncé Haim and Skrillex But what happens when these artists actually get a chance to mingle backstage? In a clip from a new documentary that attempts to tell the festival’s story the…

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Forecastle Festival 2014's Greatest Country Moments

To be clear it’s always been cool to like Dwight Yoakam Music listeners in the “everything but country crowd” only started figuring that out in recent years How else do you explain Dwight Yoakam — clad in his trademark cowboy hat and form-fitting denim with a backing band decked out…

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