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2018 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Kicks Off Friday: The Artists Share Jazz Fest Memories (PREVIEW)

With the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival only days away (April 27th – May 6th), it’s a good time to start printing out the cubes and marking off who you want to see. ...

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Royston Langdon Talks New Musical Endeavor LEEDS, Spacehog’s Past & Tasteful Musical Insight (INTERVIEW)

It starts with a few thumps, like a heart awakening to a new day. With a few strums of an acoustic guitar, life slowly kicks in and you begin again. It’s how Royston Langdon has ...

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Jon Lawhon of Black Stone Cherry Talks New Album ‘Family Tree’, Recording With Warren Haynes, Turning Bluegrass Into Rock (INTERVIEW)

Black Stone Cherry is the kind of band that can play your backyard BBQ party and then headline a major music festival and put out the same blast of energy at both places. All four ...

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Gibson Guitars and the Guitarists Who Loved & Love Them

\The news that recently came across the wire about Gibson Guitar’s impending bankruptcy was not only discouraging, but it also a sign that we’re nearing the end of an era. The company supplied its instruments ...

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Caleb Crosby of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown Talks Leading Rock’s Next Big Invasion & Opening For Guns N’ Roses (INTERVIEW)

“It’s a little dreary today but the temperature is nice and I’m actually outside in my backyard right now. I don’t mind it,” said Caleb Crosby with a laugh. Crosby, drummer for Tyler Bryant & ...

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Country Singer-Songwriter Elizabeth Cook Proves Never Too Late To Break Big (INTERVIEW)

It was just in her DNA that Elizabeth Cook would end up standing behind a microphone and singing. Her mother sang honky tonk and her father played stand-up bass so music was always a part ...

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As The Crow Flies Vs. The Magpie Salute- Chris & Rich Robinson Take Turns With The Black Crowes Songbook

When the Black Crowes first officially reunited with their “classic” lineup in 2005 following a four-year hiatus, it included guitar virtuoso Marc Ford. After a little over a year of touring, Ford left again in ...

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Why ‘The Last Jedi’ Is The Best ‘Star Wars’ Movie

With the home release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we look back on what made it such a great installment on the saga.

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Why ‘Silicon Valley’ Will Succeed Without Erlich Bachman

TJ Miller's departure might just be the best thing that could have happened to HBO's hit comedy series.

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Suds & Sounds: Chicago’s On Tour Brewing Embraces The Love of Live Music and Beer

In Suds & Sounds we turn the spotlight on breweries, focusing on the role of music in that brewery’s history, packaging, tastes, and in its city or town as a whole. The idea is to get beer and ...

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