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Willie Nelson Pays Homage to Fellow Icon Frank Sinatra on New Studio Album ‘My Way’

First Bob Dylan and now Willie Nelson will take a stab at Frank Sinatra classics. Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, will release My Way—Willie Nelson’s new studio album (and 12th for the ...

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Blood Orange Announces New Album ‘Negro Swan,’ Out 8/24

Producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, songwriter and vocalist Devonté Hynes returns with his fourth album as Blood Orange, Negro Swan, released on Domino on August 24, 2018.   Raised in England, Hynes started out as a teenage punk in the UK band ...

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The Struts Announce Fall North American Headlining Tour

The Struts has announced a fall North American headline tour today. Currently on the road supporting the Foo Fighters on their sold-out tour, including two shows earlier this week at Madison Square Garden in New ...

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Gov’t Mule Delivers ‘Dark Side of The Mule’ at PNC With Help From Avett Brothers & Magpie Salute (SHOW REVIEW)

Beyond his role as guitar player extraordinaire, soulful vocalist, and genius interpreter of more material than anyone – Warren Haynes is a musical curator. Think about it, he was entrusted to “keep the vibe alive” for ...

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The Hold Steady Release 2-Song Single “The Stove & The Toaster” b/w “Star 18” Ahead of U.S. Tour

The Hold Steady has released a new single. “The Stove & The Toaster” b/w “Star 18.” It will be available at all DSPs and streaming services via Frenchkiss Records this Friday July 20. The Stove & The Toaster” b/w ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Ben Fisher Bravely Harmonizes Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Via “Brave New World”

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has rarely been addressed in American music. But on Ben Fisher’s latest release, the Damien Jurado-produced Does the Land Remember Me?, the Seattle-based folk artist—who spent three years living in Israel—dives headfirst into ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Divining Rod Shines With Anthemic Alt-Country Tune “Darling Down The Row”

Miyuki Furtado, singer and songwriter for New York-based duo Divining Rod, is no stranger to the struggle of finding time to write. After leaving The Rogers Sisters in Norway at the end of a grueling ...

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Matthew Sweet and The Dream Syndicate Announce Tour Dates Together

Matthew Sweet and his band join fellow influential ’80s psychedelic pop rockers The Dream Syndicate for an October West Coast tour; scroll down for complete dates. Sweet is touring for his current album release, Tomorrow’s ...

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Keller Williams Announces ‘SANS – First Ever Instrumental Release

After a prolific career of 22 studio albums, Keller Williams has announced his first ever entirely instrumental release SANS, out on October 19. The new album offers a fresh take on his previous work, with ...

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Minus the Bear Announce Break Up, Final Tour & ‘Fair Enough’ EP

Minus the Bear will close the book on their nearly two decades as a band with a farewell tour this fall. Since their first shows in 2001, the Seattle group have been thrilling crowds with ...

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