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John Prine takes home artist of the year at Americana Awards
Folk singer songwriter John Prine was awarded the artist of the year, while one of his protégés, country singer Sturgill Simpson, took home album of the year at the Americana Honors and Awards show
Former Couple Throws Divorce Party to Celebrate Split
Jeff Becerra and Michelle Mahoney had been married for 24 years until they got divorced and threw a party to mark the occasion.
Couple Throws Divorce Party to Start New Chapter in Their Lives
One couple showed that they have no hard feelings after they separated following 24 years of marriage.
Red Hot Chili Peppers' New Album Is Their 'Most Polarizing' One to Date
This week the Red Hot Chili Peppers return with a powerful shift in sonic direction, Neko Case, k.d. lang and Laura Veirs join forces as case/lang/veirs, Canadian legends The Tragically Hip release a new record on the heels of releasing some sad news, singer-songwriter Mitski makes a very strong
Eurythmics Singer Dave Stewart Reflects On His Career
Dave Stewart is most famous for being one-half of Eurythmics , but a look through his credits and his new book, the aptly-titled “Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This,” reveals that for the last 40 years or so, he's done so much more. From co-writing the theme to “Ruthless People” with Mick Jagger to
Joni Mitchell Hospitalized, Condition Unknown
Legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell was hospitalized Tuesday, according to a statement posted to her official website. At this point, Mitchell’s condition is unknown. Joni has been hospitalized. We are awaiting official word on her condition and will post it here as soon as we know. —
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Robin Thicke, Seether, They Might Be Giants and the Jayhawks
Perhaps because it is a holiday week, this week’s release schedule is a little more sedate than usual, showcasing new albums from Robin Thicke and South African rock band Seether. In addition, They Might Be Giants dropped a live version of their 1986 debut album and the Jayhawks re-released three
Neil Young and Friends Push 'Pono' - Aim to Leave CDs, MP3s in the Dust
Legendary musician Neil Young says he has a new device that makes listening to music on MP3s or even CDs seem like listening underwater -- and a surging Kickstarter campaign suggests music fans are all ears. So far, the campaign has raised more than $2 million for Pono -- a personal music player
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Dum Dum Girls, David Crosby , Gaslight Anthem and More
This week we listen to the latest from alt-rock band Dum Dum Girls, singer-songwriting legend David Crosby, New Jersey roots-rockers Gaslight Anthem, underground quirky chanteuse Eleni Mandell and the latest solo record from the Indigo Girl Amy Ray. There's a wide selection as always and it's time
Paul McCartney Saluted by Music's Biggest Names at MusiCares Gala
Some of the biggest names in music, movies, and entertainment showed up Friday night in downtown Los Angeles to honor Paul McCartney at the MusiCares Person of the Year, an annual pre-Grammy gala organized by the charitable arm of the Recording Academy. The performers and...