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Auction May Reveal Secrets of ‘American Pie’ – NYTimes.com

Decades of speculation about the meaning behind of one of the 20th century’s most renowned and enigmatic songs could finally end when the notes and manuscripts of Don McLean’s “American Pie” go up for sale this spring — that is, of course, if the highest bidder chooses to publicly share what insights they may hold. …Read More

ELO Performs With Ed Sheeran at the Grammys | Rolling Stone

Jeff Lynne’s recently revived Electric Light Orchestra played the Grammys, indoor sunglasses and all, where they pulled out a couple of their Seventies Top 40 hits: the piano-rocking 1975 single “Evil Woman” and 1978 tune “Mr. Blue Sky.” The performance took place just after Ed Sheeran‘s mega-collaboration, and the redhead, who was born more than …Read More

Ed Sheeran Performs With ELO at the Grammys | Rolling Stone

Jeff Lynnes recently revived Electric Light Orchestra played the Grammys, indoor sunglasses and all, where they pulled out a couple of their Seventies Top 40 hits: the piano-rocking 1975 single “Evil Woman” and 1978 tune “Mr. Blue Sky.” The performance took place just after Ed Sheerans mega-collaboration, and the redhead, who was born more than …Read More

WATCH: Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and John Mayer perform together on the Late Late Show — watch | Consequence of Sound

John Mayer is helping fill the gap between Craig Ferguson’s departure and James Corden’s arrival by serving as a guest host on CBS’s The Late Late Show. On Thursday night, Mayer welcomed Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir to the show for an interview and performance. Weir discussed the band’s impending 50th anniversary reunion at Solider Field this summer. Most notably, he explained that …Read More

▶ Two Neil Youngs Sing “Old Man” – YouTube

   

Bob Dylan’s New Album: Shadows in the Night | Rolling Stone

Shadows in the Night Shadows in the Night Bob Dylan Columbia BY DAVID FRICKE | February 3, 2015 Gus Stewart/Getty Covering romantic pop songs once sung by Sinatra, he finds a new way into rock history As an encore at almost every show on his North American tour last fall, Bob Dylan performed an unlikely …Read More

James Robertsons daily trek inspires hundreds to donate

A story about a Detroit man who commutes about 21 miles a day on foot to and from work has spurred reaction from across the nation, including social media fund-raisers that have netted more than $80,000 in donations as of 6:30 p.m. Monday.Because buses dont cover the full distance between James Robertsons home in Detroit …Read More

Cosmic Moment: Jupiter closest to Earth this week

  Jimmy Westlake’s Celestial News column appears Tuesdays in the Steamboat Today. Jupiter reaches its closest point to the Earth for this year, called opposition, on Friday. Opposition occurs when the Earth passes in between a more distant planet and the sun, placing the two planets as close together as they can be. Opposition for …Read More

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 …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

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