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Farm Aid 2011: Goin’ To Kansas City

Farm Aid board members John Mellencamp, Neil Young, Dave Matthews and Willie Nelson will bring the organization’s annual benefit concert to Kansas City’s new LIVESTRONG Sporting Park on August 13.

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BG: A Double Dose Of Wilco News

While the folks behind Coachella made their ticket holders wait until nearly the day of the fest to divulge their daily lineup, organizers of the second annual Solid Sound festival

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Tour Dates: Hey, Hey, We’re The Monkees

As reunion-mania continues in the world of music, the latest act to throw their hat into the ring is 1960s pop sensations The Monkees, who will reportedly be hitting the

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Tour Dates: Down On The Corner

Cornershop sure don’t like to be rushed when it comes to recording albums, taking nearly eight years in between releases and putting out only three records in the last 13

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Bloggy Goodness: Wanda + Jack = Awesome

As we previously reported, the ever busy Jack White has teamed up with Wanda Jackson to produce the Queen Of Rockabilly’s latest release. The album, which will hit stores later

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Farm Aid 2009: Verizon Wireless Ampitheater, St. Louis, MO 10/4/09

Before Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, and Dave Matthews took the stage for the 24th Farm Aid in St. Louis, they were in the mood to talk about why they were really in Missouri—to help educate the nation about the family farmer. “I like good food,” said Neil Young. “(And) people need to check out where the food’s from when they go to the market—if you go to Safeway, if you go to Whole Foods, or wherever you go—take a look and try to find food that’s grown locally, and try to find food that’s sustainable—the methods. And also, if you want the best, try to find organic food. You can’t go wrong supporting family farmers who grow organic food. Really, we’ve been saying this for years, and we’re still saying it. And we’re too big to fail”

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Tour Dates: Down On The Farm

After a spending three years inhabiting venues across the mighty Northeast, Farm Aid will once again return to its roots with a show in the Midwest at the Gateway City

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