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Tour Dates: Eddie’s Uke Rock Tour

Last week, we dropped the news about Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder’s new solo album – Ukulele Songs – which comes out on May 31. Hot on the heels of

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: The Frames Turn 20

Over the last few years Glen Hansard has been riding the tidal wave of success that followed in the footsteps of the 2007 movie Once. The unexpected popularity of the

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Bloggy Goodness: The Avetts Go Live

The Avett Brothers have been on a seemingly non-stop tour ever since releasing the critically acclaimed  I And Love And You last September. So it really should come as no

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Vid: The Swell Season – Two-Headed Boy

For the last six months The Onion’s A.V. Club has invited 25 bands to stop by their Chicago office to take part in their A.V. Undercover series, where 25 different songs were chosen and once a song was performed it was crossed off the list till they were all done. With just four songs remaining The Swell Season took on the tall task of covering Neutral Milk Hotel’s Two-Headed Boy. READ ON to check out the results…

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Tour Dates: Felice Brothers Fall Dates

We’ve been ardent supporters of the Felice Brothers around these parts for quite some time now, having been smitten with their brand of story heavy Americana. The ragtag band from

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Bloggy Goodness: New Year’s Eve Edition

We’re just a few short hours away from that big ball dropping in Times Square that will not only put an end to year, but also to the decade as well. We here at Hidden Track want to wish everyone a very Happy New Year and we’ll be back and better than ever in 2010! Have fun, be safe and cheers!!!

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I have the distinct honor of bringing you our last link dump of the year and the decade, enjoy…

Finally, last week on Christmas Eve folks walking on Dublin’s famed Grafton Street were treated to a surprise busking session by a rather impressive ensemble of Irish musicians as Bono, Glen Hassard (The Swell Season/The Frames), Damian Rice and Mundy treated the gathering crowd to an hour long set that included covers of Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door and Stand By Me. The impromptu performance raised money for Simon Community, an organization which serves Ireland’s homeless population. Check out some of the performances from that night after the jump

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