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Enter below to win passes to the KSPN Galactic Sound Check party, 4pm at the Belly Up. Winner will recive: Access (+1 guest)  to the Galactic sound check Meet...

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Jamestown Revival performs their brand new tune "Company Man" live in the KSPN Kitchen June 14, 2015

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Chilly Gonzales suggested Feist should take Hozier to court over similarities between the two artists' songs. Instead, Hozier is suing Gonzales for defamation.

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Run the Jewels depict the harsh realities of urban violence and racism in "Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)," the propulsive first single from the soundtrack to Shan Nicholson's recent documentary Rubble Kings. The film chronicles the gang violence of Seventies New York City – and how hip-hop culture arose from that setting. Killer Mike... more

Lily Allen has contributed a pair of new songs to the soundtrack for Pan, the Peter Pan origin story film set to open stateside on October 9th. Allen's tracks, the uplifting ballad "Something's Not Right" and the upbeat, low-key "Little Soldier," presumably the anthem of the Lost Boys, were both written... more

John Fogerty's new book, Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music, was partially born out frustration with the way he often saw his story portrayed in the press. "I'd talk to a newspaper or magazine, and what I said never really came out right," he says. "In fact, it really looked... more

Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley is the first-ever guest on Rolling Stone Country's Ram Report, making its premiere today. The singer sits down with us in Nashville to talk about his next big career move: going solo. The first taste of Kelley's new venture is his soaring first single, "The Driver," co-written... more

A former teen idol is onstage, met with boos from an audience that's confident his best years are behind him. That could be Justin Bieber two years ago at the Billboard Music Awards — or Ricky Nelson at Madison Square Garden in 1971, when he tried playing new music instead of his... more

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