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This spring, Kristian Bush released what just may be the happiest album of the year, despite crafting it during the darkest period of his life. When the deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse happened in 2011 — just before the musician and his Sugarland partner, Jennifer Nettles were set to... ...read more

Led Zeppelin will end its yearlong reissue campaign next month when they put out deluxe editions of their final three studio albums. As with their previous releases, the group will unleash extras-packed editions of 1976's Presence, 1979's In Through the Out Door and 1982's Coda in a variety of formats on... ...read more

Neil Young has released a ton of music over the past 50 years. Hell, in the past three years alone he's put out an astonishing five albums. He has enough famous tunes that it would be hard to pack them all into a four-hour concert, especially when you factor in his work with... ...read more

The Flaming Lips joined a roster of high-profile bands to honor Beach Boys mastermind Brian Wilson at the March tribute concert Brian Fest. In the above video – the first installment of a two-part documentary – the Lips deliver a spacey, slowed-down version of "Good Vibrations" interspersed with interviews from various artists at the... ...read more

Three years ago, John Anderson received a phone call from Merle Haggard. "This is how it went," he says, doing his best Hag impression. "'I'm in the hospital, writing this song, and the more I write on it, hell, the more it sounds like you.' I said, 'You just finish... ...read more

For decades, rockers have looked to country music when they grew tired of brash flash or deafening volume — or they simply heard a George Jones record that blew their heads back with its sheer devastation. Country's core strengths — intimate storytelling, realistic adult emotion, accomplished musicianship — have appealed to artists... ...read more

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