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You can't say Charles Kelley doesn't have a sense of humor. To promote his debut solo LP, The Driver, out today, Kelley ("The Tall Guy from Lady Antebellum") released a smart, self-deprecating spoof called "Who the F--k Is Charles Kelley?" The clip unspools murder-mystery style, à la The Usual Suspects,... ...read more

In what sounds like an oxymoron, the inaugural U.K. Americana Awards were held this week in London, with Jason Isbell taking home the honor of International Artist of the Year. Gretchen Peters' Blackbirds LP was named International Album of the Year. The event was held in conjunction with the two-day Americana... ...read more

Young Thug has unveiled his latest mixtape, I'm Up. Originally titled Slime Season 3, I'm Up was intended to be the third in a series of Slime Season mixtapes that debuted last fall following the release of his debut commercial release Barter 6. Stream Thug's new music below and on... ...read more

Ever since Metallica signed up to play a stadium gig the day before the Super Bowl in their hometown of San Francisco, Lars Ulrich has been relentlessly checking the forecast. "The Weather Underground app has taken up a lot of my iPhone time," he tells Rolling Stone. "About a month... ...read more

Bird has also shared the forthcoming album's bluesy lead track "Capsized."

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Slipknot's frontman Corey Taylor and percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan will appear on BBC2's program Artsnight Friday where the metal musicians will discuss why the band wears masks and what the appeal is for artists. The program interviewed fans of the band about what they love about Slipknot's masks, with one fan comparing... ...read more

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