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Louisiana tribute show rides into town
Have you ever wondered why Roy Orbison wore dark glasses, or just how many number-one hits Patsy Cline had? Little bits of trivia like that just scrape the surface of what country music lovers in the...
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The dangerous side of survival TV
On the wall of a tiny wood cabin outside Prescott, Arizona, hangs a large poster of Cody Lundin staring intensely with a thin half-smile. Below him is a quote: "Learn survival skills from an expert."...
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American Political X — Top 10 political movies
Unlike the typical blasé midterm elections where most people sit at home and greet them with a collective, gaping yawn, the ones taking place next week — in addition to being the most expensive ever —...
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Libraries are ‘all about that bass’
Eileen Button “Hey, Mom, can I have some money?” my daughter asked. (If this isn’t a common question in a household of teenagers, I don’t know what is.) “For what?” “I want to buy Beyoncé’s song,...
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Flint Township View
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Tributes Everywhere: Patsy Cline, AC/DC, Zeppelin...
This week, the tribute bands that celebrate the legacies of deceased stars are outnumbered by those that cover songs by acts that are still alive and kicking. On Oct. 31, the "Classics Albums Live"...
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Patty Griffin talks music & oatmeal bread
It’s been more than a decade since country music queen Emmylou Harris hailed fellow troubadour Patty Griffin as “the greatest thing since sliced bread.” That sentiment is likely shared by Willie...
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When Music Sounds Like a Cash Register: Taylor Sw...
WHAT happens when a society gets obsessed with those who win at the capitalist game, when marketing becomes the new religion, and the gatekeepers of art and music stop caring ab0ut the fields in which...
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Ziggy Marley Expands Definition of Reggae on New ...
For Ziggy Marley, it would seem like there would be a simple path to take in the genre pioneered by your legendary father. Crank out a new album every other year, accumulate the riches, play gigs...
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The 50 best covers of all time: do you agree with...
It’s nearly Christmas, the time of year where cover versions crawl out of every cultural orifice, whether it be the inevitable X Factor single, the all-star celebrity cast of the BBC’s God Only Knows,...
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Willie Nelson: 10 Prime Hits
The first band
joined played polka. He was only 10, but he brought several years of experience to the group. His grandparents bought him a guitar from Sears when he was 6, and he...
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'All About That Bass' co-writer took '15 years to...
For years, no one in the music industry cared about songwriter Kevin Kadish's passion project: a '50s-sounding record of doo-wop-inspired pop. Top 40 radio had increasingly fallen in love with the...
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Walters Art Museum
Guitar auction and raffle raises money toward cul...
Music aficionados and collectors came to check out the rock, pop and country memorabilia on display at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. The Friends of the St. Augustine Amphitheatre (FOSAA) held its...
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St. Augustine Amphitheatre
CMT All-Time Top 40: Willie Nelson
A list of the most influential artists in history chosen by country stars themselves, another honoree is named each week on CMT Hot 20 Countdown. Beginning his career in the late '50s, Nelson...
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Birthday Bash for David Amram Includes Pete Seege...
People are buzzing about the upcoming show that some are calling “the greatest folk concert Long Island has seen in decades!” On Nov. 20, the Hillwood Recital Hall at the Tilles Center for the...
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Willem de Kooning
Philly420: On The Bus With Willie Nelson
Although the tour hasn't taken him through Colorado since Amendment 64 went into place earlier this year, Willie commented, “I have some friends there telling me all about it. It's the way to go!” We...
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New York Times
Kendall Hill talks Grainger-Hill boogie while Han...
Kendall Hill calls in to the Free Press Radio Show to talk about the upcoming Blues & Boogie show at Grainger Hill Performing Arts Center. The show starts off with 15 minutes of NFL talk with Bryan...
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Pono's success points to appetite for high-res au...
... success of Neil Young's Pono on Kickstarter has proved that there is a market for high-resolution audio players. So why are people rushing to buy this one when there are alternatives...
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Red Bull ahead of the US Grand Prix
Daniel Ricciardo: "The Circuit of the Americas, in my opinion, is the best of the new breed of circuits." Daniel Ricciardo: "Hand on heart, this is probably the date on the calendar I look forward to...
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US Grand Prix
Louisville Waterfront Named Sixth Best in U.S.
... a division of USA Today, held a reader’s choice competition to name the best waterfront in the country and our own Louisville waterfront placed sixth. Cities with populations both greater than...
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'All About That Bass' Songwriter Inks Deal With S...
Grammy-nominated songwriter Kevin Kadish, who co-wrote and produced Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass," has signed an exclusive worldwide administration deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing, the...
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