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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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The Roots welcomed an unexpected guest during their Philly's Fourth of July Jam Saturday night: Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, who led the Tonight Show band in a rendition of Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight." After weathering early microphone troubles, the 58-year-old politician delivered a near-perfect cover of the hip-hop classic, tackling every... ...read more

As the Grateful Dead prepare to bid you goodnight with one final Fare Thee Well show at Chicago's Soldier Field Sunday night, President Barack Obama, a longtime Chicagoan, has paid tribute to the long-running jam legends with a message congratulating the group on their 50th anniversary and enduring legacy. "Here's to fifty years of... ...read more

Dave Grohl is the kind of affable, down-to-earth rock star who you might not expect to indulge in grand gestures like, say, having a special throne built for him to sit in while performing. But that's just the extravagant stage prop he unveiled on Saturday night at Washington, D.C.'s RFK Stadium,... ...read more

It'll take more than just breaking one of his human legs to keep certifiable rock god Dave Grohl down.

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Dr. Dre opened up The Pharmacy Saturday night on Apple Music's Beats 1, and the G-Funk extraordinaire used his debut hour-long radio program to praise the late J Dilla as well as discuss the upcoming N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton. "There's actually a lot of producers that I like to listen to.... ...read more

And that's the thing about Grateful Dead shows. Sometimes everything comes together. Other times? Not so much. Night Number Two of the three-night Fare Thee Well goodbye shows at Chicago's Soldier Field had moments, as every Dead show has moments. There was a lovely, handsomely abstracted "Bird Song," the Janis Joplin... ...read more

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