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Jamestown Revival performs their brand new tune "Company Man" live in the KSPN Kitchen June 14, 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heHVrRMbhTE

Donavon and the boys swung by the KSPN Kitchen to play a few tunes, including the first ever acoustic version of "Byron Jam (That's...

Hayes Carll swung by the KSPN Kitchen on June 12th and performed for an awesome listener audience. Check out the video here! https://youtu.be/Wd_O-PhBWgE

Band also performs "Use Somebody" after severe weather knocked out Kings of Leon's gig Source: Watch the Killers Cover Kings of Leon's 'The Bucket' at...

Source: Why Dave Grohl had a better weekend than you - CNN.com https://youtu.be/L5y7cz80Q0o

Shot backstage at "The Tonight Show" https://youtu.be/r98swqOC_IM Source: Blur Perform "Tender" With Jimmy Fallon | News | Pitchfork

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"Lennon/McCartney" is one of music's greatest songwriting credits, a catchall that covered most of the Beatles' tracks and was employed even when John Lennon and Paul McCartney didn't collaborate on a certain song. However, although arranged alphabetically, the ensuing decades have favored Lennon's placement in the songwriting credit, suggesting that Lennon had... ...read more

The track features U.K. artist Ali Love and is a little more minimalistic than you might expect from the Chemical Brothers.

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The Grateful Dead celebrated Independence Day Saturday night with a synchronized light show atop the Empire State Building in New York City that was broadcast live to the sold-out crowd at Chicago's Soldier Field during the band's encore performance of "U.S. Blues." The LED tower lights glowed red, white and blue —... ...read more

Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy took time away from Wilco's 20th anniversary to celebrate family on the Fourth of July.

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In 1968, only three years into their long, strange trip, the Grateful Dead came up with a radical idea for sharing their already singular, performing alchemy. Instead of taking their live experience to America city by city, they would bring the multitudes to the mountain. "We used to fantasize about... ...read more

Tweedy, a band featuring Wilco's Jeff Tweedy alongside his son and drummer Spencer, appeared on CBS This Morning Saturday to perform a pair of songs off their debut LP Sukierae, "Wait for Love" and "Low Key," as well as discuss the family medical emergency that inspired the album. On the program, Tweedy reveals that... ...read more

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