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Tom Petty on Sam Smith: ‘No Hard Feelings. These Things Happen’ | Rolling Stone

Tom Petty performs in Inglewood, California on October 10th, 2014. The singer has issued an amicable statement clarifying his recent settlement with Sam Smith. Paul R. Giunta/Getty Less than a week after it was revealed that Sam Smith had agreed to give co-writing credit of his Grammy-nominated single “Stay With Me” to Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne (whose “I Won’t Back …Read More

Hear an Unreleased Early Mix of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Houses of the Holy’ | Rolling Stone

Next month, Led Zeppelin will reissue their sixth album, the 1975 double LP Physical Graffiti, with a disc’s worth of unreleased versions of the record’s songs. Among these is a rough mix of the funky hard-rock radio staple “Houses of the Holy.” Readers’ Poll: The Best Led Zeppelin Songs of All Time » Slightly shorter …Read More

Flashback: Neil Young Covers ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ in 1977

When Lynyrd Skynyrd released “Sweet Home Alabama” in 1974, it was seen, among other things, as a clear swipe at Neil Young. He was very critical of the South in his recent songs “Southern Man” and “Alabama,” and it’s hard to get less ambiguous than Ronnie Van Zant’s lyrics: “Well, I heard Mister Young sing …Read More

The Reel’s Video Bootlegs

Crosby, Stills & Nash – 10/04/73 – Winterland Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – 12/31/78 – Santa Monica  

Richard Branson Denies Making $800 Million Led Zeppelin Reunion Offer

Wargo / Rob Kim, Getty Images  Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group, says that there is “absolutely no truth” to the story that Robert Plant ripped up a contract with an $800 million offer for a Led Zeppelin reunion tour. “I’ve been left dazed and confused by a story doing the rounds this …Read More

Todd Lodwick named U.S. flag bearer for Sochi Opening Ceremony

The United States has chosen six-time Olympian and Steamboat Springs native Todd Lodwick to be the team’s flag bearer at Friday’s opening ceremony for the Sochi Games.

It’s gold or bust for the Golds

Snowboarder Taylor Gold waited with baited breath as Arielle stood at the top of the pipe. He had already qualified for his first Olympic Games, but he couldn’t celebrate until he knew his sister, Arielle, was going with him. Growing up in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, there are more Olympians than Starbucks, but sibling Olympians? That’s a little bit less common.

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