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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...

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

As he preps for a U.S. tour, High Flying Birds singer chats about the road, catching Liam in a lie and his definition of...

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Keenan called out "religious zealots" and questioned if they "are in fact as omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent as their one true God."

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Astley has largely been relegated to the nostalgia concert circuit since the 80s, although he has released a couple albums after his initial heyday.

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Luke Bryan, the son of a Georgia peanut farmer, revisits his family's farming roots again as the country superstar has announced his seventh annual Luke Bryan Farm Tour, kicking off in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on September 30th. Like last year's trek, this year's itinerary includes eight stops, four of which, including... ...read more

With his latest hit, Hunter Hayes, who turns 24 in September, turns the calendar all the way back to 2012. That's the year the musical prodigy turned 21, which is also the title of the first single from his upcoming third studio album. But rather than some barely-legal shenanigans, the... ...read more

The only reason a company would want to create a "monoculture" is so they can be at the center of it.

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Bono and the Edge broke down U2's songwriting process and recalled the rough North Dublin roots that inspired the Songs of Innocence cut, "Cedarwood Road," in a revealing interview for Song Exploder. The song gets its name and story from the street Bono grew up on, but it began — like many... ...read more

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