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Eric Clapton says he's going deaf but insists he's 'still going to work'
Eric Clapton revealed a bit of disconcerting news about his health during an interview Tuesday on the U.K.'s BBC Radio 2 , telling interviewer Steve Wright that he's "going deaf." The guitar legend explained that he has tinnitus, an affliction that causes constant ringing in the ears and is often
Review: Jack Johnson's 'All the Light Above It Too' is likable but unmemorable
Jack Johnson’s “All the Light Above It Too” There is an overwhelming feeling that a lot of people don’t tend to give Jack Johnson a fair shake. His first three records, “Brushfire Fairytales,” “On & On” and “In Between Dreams” were all sharp releases that offered diverse groupings of songs that
Steve Winwood , Starsailor, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart music reviews
This week we look at a double live album released by Steve Winwood , plus new albums by British band Starsailor and indie-rockers The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. Steve Winwood’s “Winwood Greatest Hits Live” Steve Winwood’s latest collection is a double-disc set chronicling a variety of concert
Three Missing Arkansas State University Students Found Alive
The three college students were exploring a cave before going missing underground.
5 Times Prince Transcended Music
It's only been a day since news broke that legendary musician Prince had died at the age of 57. The outpouring of love for the singer and iconic performer has spread throughout the world, from the many friends of Prince to the millions of fans. But Prince was far more than just a singer. He
Chvrches, New Order, The Dead Weather and More Music Reviews
This week is really heavy in the release schedule. We have an awful lot to cover. First, Scottish electro-pop band Chvrches releases its second record, then alterna-club legends New Order releases its first proper album in a decade. Jack White and the Kills’ Alison Mosshart rejoin forces in The
Faith No More, Brandon Flowers, Zedd and More Music Reviews
This week, Faith No More returns after an 18 year break, The Killers’ Brandon Flowers drops his second solo record, EDM artist Zedd releases a new album, BBC America’s “Orphan Black” gets both a soundtrack and score, vintage folkies The Milk Carton Kids record their third album in a live setting
Music Reviews: The Latest From Van Morrison, Action Bronson, Laura Marling and More
This week, Van Morrison returns with a duets album, rapper Action Bronson makes his full-length debut, British folk singing phenom Laura Marling branches out, singer Nellie McKay delivers a covers collection of songs from the mid-to-late sixties, singer-songwriter James Bay makes his debut and the
'The Voice' Recap: The Battle Rounds Begin
Following weeks of blind auditions, The Voice launched its battle rounds on Monday night. Each battle saw two teammates performing a duet assigned by their coach, with only one advancing in the competition. However, each coach has two “steals” they can use. During rehearsals, the...
Bands Warm Up for Busy Summer on the Road
A sagging economy hasn't put the brakes on bands hitting the road this summer. Enticed by high-profile acts and discount tickets, fans are still opting to keep live music in their budgets. "The popularity of live music continues, and people want to be entertained," says Gary Bongiovanni, editor of