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  • Nelson, Kristofferson and Haggard Resurrect the Highwaymen at Grammys

    Nelson, Kristofferson and Haggard Resurrect the Highwaymen at Grammys | ARTICLE

    "One of the best parts of my life has been the guys who are my real heroes are my closest friends," Kris Kristofferson told the AP before the Grammys. Kristofferson joined his buddies Willie Nelson and Merle...

    January 26, 2014 10:40 PM ET
  • Mike Gordon on 'Whirlwind' Sessions for Phish's Next Album

    Mike Gordon on 'Whirlwind' Sessions for Phish's Next Album | ARTICLE

    This past Halloween, Phish fans expecting the band to follow their tradition of covering a classic album in its entirety got a surprise. Instead, the band debuted music from Wingsuit, the tentative title for its...

    January 24, 2014 1:55 PM ET
  • Danger Mouse on the Sci-Fi and Deep Chats Behind Broken Bells' New LP

    Danger Mouse on the Sci-Fi and Deep Chats Behind Broken Bells' New LP | ARTICLE

    Broken Bells, the collaborative project between Danger Mouse and the Shins' James Mercer, return February 4th with the new album After the Disco, which augments the bands melodic psych-pop with jittery grooves and sleek synths – and...

    January 23, 2014 3:55 PM ET
  • Mike Gordon's Reggae-Steeped 'Yarmouth Road' - Song Premiere

    Mike Gordon's Reggae-Steeped 'Yarmouth Road' - Song Premiere | ARTICLE

    Before Phish kicked off last summer's tour, Mike Gordon was unsure about introducing some of his new songs onstage. "They weren't even finished yet," says the bassist. But he was relieved in Saratoga Springs, New York,...

    January 14, 2014 9:00 AM ET
  • Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks Leaving Allman Brothers Band

    Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks Leaving Allman Brothers Band | ARTICLE

    The Allman Brothers Band have suffered one of the more devastating blows of their 45-year career: longtime singer-guitarist Warren Haynes and slide guitarist Derek Trucks announced tonight that they will depart the band at the end of...

    January 8, 2014 9:35 PM ET
  • Allman Brothers Band's Rare Version of 'Statesboro Blues' - Premiere

    Allman Brothers Band's Rare Version of 'Statesboro Blues' - Premiere | ARTICLE

    This year marks the 45th anniversary of the Allman Brothers Band, and the band will celebrate by returning to the Beacon Theatre for 10 shows beginning March 7th. "These last few years, we do the...

    January 8, 2014 9:00 AM ET
  • Gregg Allman on Biopic Script: 'I Have Veto Rights Over Everything'

    Gregg Allman on Biopic Script: 'I Have Veto Rights Over Everything' | ARTICLE

    The Allman Brothers Band are celebrating their 45th year with another Beacon Theatre run in March, but Gregg Allman is also keeping busy as an executive producer of his biopic Midnight Rider. Production starts in...

    January 6, 2014 12:55 PM ET
  • Allman Brothers Band Whip Up Another Beacon Theatre Run

    Allman Brothers Band Whip Up Another Beacon Theatre Run | ARTICLE

    Even Gregg Allman seems surprised the Allman Brothers Band are facing their 45th year as a band. “Where did it all go, right?” he says with a laugh. The band will celebrate the milestone by –...

    December 31, 2013 3:00 PM ET
  • Kings of Leon: The Bruised Brothers

    Kings of Leon: The Bruised Brothers | ARTICLE

    "I need some pain pills right now," Caleb Followill mumbles in a husky drawl. On a recent drizzly London evening, the Kings of...

    December 25, 2013 10:00 AM ET
  • Gary Clark Jr.: The Chosen One

    Gary Clark Jr.: The Chosen One | ARTICLE

    Abone-rattling fuzz roars off the back walls of Madison Square Garden on a recent spring Saturday afternoon. Gary Clark Jr. stands onstage before 19,500...

    December 24, 2013 1:00 PM ET
  • The Avett Brothers' Long Road

    The Avett Brothers' Long Road | ARTICLE

    Scott Avett sits on a leather couch in the front of a tour bus pulling out of the parking lot of L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium....

    December 24, 2013 11:00 AM ET
  • Lyle Lovett Spins Through Jackson Browne's 'Rosie' - Song Premiere

    Lyle Lovett Spins Through Jackson Browne's 'Rosie' - Song Premiere | ARTICLE

    Jackson Browne has paid tribute to friends Warren Zevon and Bob Dylan on recent records, but this spring, he will be honored on Looking Into You: A Tribute to Jackson Browne (Music Road). The...

    December 20, 2013 10:00 AM ET
  • Keith Urban Loves 'Yeezus,' Lorde, Blood Orange and Timberlake

    Keith Urban Loves 'Yeezus,' Lorde, Blood Orange and Timberlake | ARTICLE

    Two decades into his career and Keith Urban's just had one of his biggest years yet. His Achtung Baby-inspired album Fuse debuted at Number One on the pop charts, he's packed arenas on his Light the...

    December 20, 2013 9:25 AM ET
  • Wayne Coyne Loves Miley, Dismisses Dylan in Year-End Q&A

    Wayne Coyne Loves Miley, Dismisses Dylan in Year-End Q&A | ARTICLE

    The Flaming Lips had a major year, releasing their dark, twisted LP The Terror, their sci-fi-inspired Peace Sword EP and touring the country with Tame Impala. But frontman Wayne Coyne did a lot of listening, too...

    December 18, 2013 3:00 PM ET
  • Ray Price Dead at 87: Country Star Loses Cancer Battle

    Ray Price Dead at 87: Country Star Loses Cancer Battle | ARTICLE

    Ray Price, one of the greatest voices of country music, who revolutionized the genre with Number One hits like "Crazy Arms" and "City Lights," died at home in Mt. Pleasant, Texas today after a long battle with...

    December 16, 2013 7:05 PM ET
  • Ray Price's Son Prematurely Reports Father's Death

    Ray Price's Son Prematurely Reports Father's Death | ARTICLE

    UPDATE: Ray Price has lost his cancer battle. See our updated story here. Although Ray Price's son reported earlier today that his father had died, the statement was made in error. Rolling Stone just spoke with Janie...

    December 15, 2013 4:26 PM ET
  • Ray Price Looks Back at Epic Country Career

    Ray Price Looks Back at Epic Country Career | ARTICLE

    Ray Price has spent more than 60 years packing dance halls and honky tonks as one of the greatest country singers of all time, but his career is coming to an end. Price, 87, was diagnosed...

    December 13, 2013 12:35 PM ET
  • Dan Wilson Mulling More Semisonic

    Dan Wilson Mulling More Semisonic | ARTICLE

    Anyone who listened to rock radio in the late Nineties will be familiar Semisonic's 1998 hit "Closing Time." The band released three hyper-catchy albums including the platinum-selling Feeling Strangely Fine before going on hiatus after 2001's All...

    December 12, 2013 4:45 PM ET
  • Beatles Get a Mindblowing Tribute

    Beatles Get a Mindblowing Tribute | ARTICLE

    Beatles tribute shows have been happening since the band stopped playing, but many veer on parody, with moptop costumes and failure to execute the band's complex studio arrangements live. Every Thanksgiving weekend in the Northeast, there’s an...

    December 2, 2013 12:00 PM ET
  • Danger Mouse's Cool Midlife Crisis: Inside Broken Bells' 'Disco'

    Danger Mouse's Cool Midlife Crisis: Inside Broken Bells' 'Disco' | ARTICLE

    Danger Mouse has become one of rock's biggest producers in the past five years, working with A-list bands like the Black Keys and U2 – but he admits his personal life hasn't been quite as...

    November 28, 2013 11:00 AM ET
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