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  • Gretchen Wilson Talks Triple-Release 2013, Being Her Own Boss, and Nearly a Decade of Being the ‘Redneck Woman’

    April 17, 2013 4:20 PM ET | Yahoo Our Country
     |  Wendy Geller

    Gretchen Wilson put out her last album, I Got Your Country Right Here, three years ago--but the famous Redneck Woman has hardly been resting on her laurels during all that time. In the interim, she's moved homes, solidified plans for three--yes, three--albums to be released in 2013, and found her footing as a record label owner (Wilson founded her own Redneck Records in 2009 after parting ways with original label Sony). Wilson, who has a well-documented history of ups and downs with her...  | More »

  • The Staggering Artistry Of Fall Out Boy!

    April 16, 2013 9:55 AM ET | Yahoo New This Week
     |  Dave DiMartino

    I’m embarrassed to admit that—though it was only a meager car ride away—I skipped attending this year’s celebrated Coachella Festival last week! And though it’s happening again next weekend, I’ll probably be skipping that, too! And it isn’t just because I could stay at home and watch the proceedings on my completely wired home entertainment system and avoid the pesky body odors and bothersome tattoos accompanying the masses of humanity that might the...  | More »

  • Exclusive: ‘American Idol’ Fan Fave Charlie Askew Finally Speaks!

    April 15, 2013 9:50 AM ET | Yahoo Reality Rocks
     |  Lyndsey Parker

    Charlie Askew was an early fan favorite (and my personal favorite) on "American Idol" this season, quickly amassing a devoted fanbase of Awkward Turtles with his quirky charm, theatrical performances, and weirdness-glorifying ethos. His exit from the show, after an unabashedly emotional (if polarizing and misunderstood) rendition of Genesis's brooding "Mama," was tough to take--and then the Turtles had to re-experience that heartbreak, when Charlie competed for a bonus spot on the Idols&...  | More »

  • 5 Tips for Crashing Coachella Parties

    April 12, 2013 4:32 PM ET | Yahoo Maximum Performance
     |  Tiffany Lee

    Give a man a fish and he'll eat for like, five minutes. Give a man some art supplies and a false sense of entitlement and he'll be drinking for free all Coachella long.   If you're one of the many people who didn't rush to drain a bank account for Coachella tickets this year, you're in luck. The next best thing (or for many reasons, even better) is the plethora of free, celeb-packed satellite parties happening around the California desert. Sadly, not everyon...  | More »

  • Nashville Newcomer Jaida Dreyer Talks About Her Unusual Path To Performing

    April 11, 2013 9:15 AM ET | Yahoo Our Country
     |  Wendy Geller

    Every artist in Nashville comes to town with a story to tell--but Jaida Dreyer has a particularly interesting one of her own. The blond newcomer, who originally came to town to be a songwriter but has since evolved into a seasoned performer, found her way into her career via a thorny road worthy of a ballad in itself. The Canadian-born Dreyer, whose parents split up when she was 12, found herself leading a nomadic life with her mom--living in seven states by the time she turned 18. Throughou...  | More »

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