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Young makes music he wants, not always a good thi...
Politics often seems the enemy of art, for politics forbids the admission against self-interest or the equivocal gesture, the acknowledgment of any of the gray territories in which art dwells....
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America celebrates July 4 with hot dogs and barbe...
America celebrates July 4 with hot dogs and barbecues amid tightened security Published: 5 July 2015 2:09 PM People sit on their cars atop a hill as they watch Fourth of July fireworks from the San...
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Straight-up country Jam
VARYSBURG – Celebrating and convening in Buffalo Hill Village on Friday, thousands paid homage to all grand and sonic things country – and American – at Jam in the Valley, the three-day extravaganza...
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Lage’s guitar blends styles in magnetic manner
Julian Lage has been proving his virtuosity since he was in single digits. “World's Fair” is more evidence. The 12-piece collection of solo guitar playing is a stunning display of music that has...
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Independence Day is celebrated across the city
Photo By JERRY LARA/By Jerry Lara, San Antonio Express_News Tower of the AmericasThere is no display at the Tower this year but it still provides excellent views of the entire city, and the informal...
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Merle Haggard finally topping the charts
The first line in Merle Haggard's 1967 smash "Sing Me Back Home" is: "The warden led a prisoner down the hallway to his doom." It's about Haggard's time in San Quentin State Prison in the '50s. One...
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San Quentin State Prison
Publishers Weekly best-selling books
... "Truth or Die" by Patterson/Roughan (Little, Brown) 2. "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) 3. "The Melody Lingers On" by Mary Higgins Clark (Simon & Schuster) 4. "Wicked Charms"...
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Twin bunnies’ Shane & Sia Barbi on life after Pla...
THE Barbi twins were the ultimate Playboy icons of the 1990s, pneumatic blonde pin-ups who appeared on the magazine’s best-selling covers, created a world-famous brand and became 13-year-old Prince...
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Stars align for Summer String Summit in Weed
Magic happens when acoustic music stars and students gather on the College of the Siskiyous stage in Weed for the annual Summer String Summit. The 11th Summit concert is scheduled for July 8 beginning...
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College of the Siskiyous
Willie Nelson to host 42nd annual Fourth of July ...
AUSTIN, Texas - Country music legend
is bringing his annual Fourth of July picnic back to the Austin area where it began 42 years ago. The first picnic was held in a pasture in Dripping...
Read more at KSAT San Antonio
Billy Joe Shaver
Triple Played: It's been a fairly great year so f...
Triple Played: It’s been a fairly great year so far for music Six months into this year and it is shaping up to be one of the best years in recent memory for new music. Some of the better new...
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Pat Garrett Amphitheater set to reopen this month
For years, it played host to some of the biggest names in country music. Now, the Pat Garrett Amphitheater in Berks County is being prepared for a comeback. Get the Led Out, a Philadelphia-based band...
Read more at WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
APD prepares for heightened terror alert during 4...
U.S. intelligence officials are warning of potential ISIS-inspired attacks at 4th of July events. Here locally, Austin police say there is no known threat, but that doesn't mean they aren't...
Read more at FOX 7 Austin
Complete Guide to Boxing's Biggest Fights in July
Date: July 11th Network: ESPN2 Undercard bouts: Tony Harrison vs.
Friday Night Fights is dead—but with shows like this in its place, we aren't likely to miss it much. Keith Thurman is...
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Merle Haggard Songwriter Red Lane Dies at 76
Red Lane -- one of the stalwarts of Nashville songwriters, whose career spanned close to 50 years -- died Wednesday after an extended illness at the age of 76. Born Hollis Rudolph DeLaughter in Zona...
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Red McCombs Red Zone Food Court
The Red McCombs Red Zone food court, located in the north end of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, is a great place to meet, dine, and just relax on our beautiful campus. With nearly 18,000...
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Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium
Neil Young invites Reverend Billy and the Stop Sh...
WASHINGTON - Sharing their opposition to Monsanto and Starbucks and Walmart, Reverend Billy and the 40 singing-activists join forces with the radicalized rocker on Tuesday, July 21, at Jones Beach...
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Tasha's Fourth Of July Weekend To Do List
KRLD — If you enjoy fireworks, this is the weekend for you! Tasha Stevens helps you find the perfect place for you and your family to celebrate Independence Day. — Thursday’s Rockin’ the River at...
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Kacey Musgraves includes fond memories of San Ant...
Grammy-winning Texas Country music star Kacey Musgraves name-dropped the Alamo City on a song from her new CD that hit shelves and online platforms June 23. In Kacey Musgraves’ new track titled “Dime...
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Speaking of the Dead
Playing in the Band: (l-r) Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann, and Phil Lesh at Austin's Municipal Auditorium, 1972 "Dallas – got a soft machine.Houston – too close to New Orleans." Austin...
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