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Win Passes to Gentlemen of the Road 2015!

Mumford & Sons are pleased to announce the details of their forthcoming Gentlemen of the Road Stopover in Salida, CO on August 21st and 22nd! The Stopover includes numerous internationally acclaimed artists, including The Flaming Lips, Dawes,  Jenny Lewis, The Vaccines, Tune-Yards, James Vincent McMorrow, JEFF The Brotherhood, Blake Mills and more to be announced. …Read More

Don’t You Forget About Me: ‘Breakfast Club’ at 30 | Rolling Stone

  A brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal walk into a school library…. Within the first 60 seconds of The Breakfast Club, John Hughes managed to successfully introduce the five high school archetypes he would spend the next hour and a half dismantling, or at least redefining. Upon its release …Read More

Most Bouquet Catches? Utah Woman Jamie Jackson Tries to Set Record : People.com

Most Bouquet Catches? Utah Woman Jamie Jackson Tries to Set Record : People.com.

Dirty Heads Perform “My Sweet Summer” KSPN Kitchen Concerts – YouTube

Dirty Heads Stopped by the KSPN Kitchen on February 9th for a Killer Acoustic Set Dirty Heads Perform “My Sweet Summer” KSPN Kitchen Concerts – YouTube.

Michael Franti and Spearhead perform “Rise Up” KSPN Kitchen Concerts – YouTube

Brand New Music in the KSPN Kitchen!  Michael Franti and Spearhead perform “Rise Up” – KSPN Kitchen Concerts ▶ Michael Franti and Spearhead perform “Rise Up” KSPN Kitchen Concerts – YouTube.

Inside the Grateful Dead’s Final Ride | Rolling Stone

Inside the Grateful Dead’s Final Ride | Rolling Stone.

Watch Willie Nelson Tell the Story of His Legendary Guitar, Trigger | Rolling Stone

Watch Willie Nelson Tell the Story of His Legendary Guitar, Trigger An exclusive documentary on how the country icon changed music history with his beat-up Martin acoustic By Rolling Stone | February 11, 2015 Before Willie Nelson hits the stage every night, there’s a commotion in the audience when his longtime guitar tech, Tunin’ Tom …Read More

Florence and the Machine Return With New Video | Rolling Stone

Florence Welch partners with herself for an intimate dance in the new clip for “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful,” the first taste of Florence and the Machine’s as-yet-untitled new album.   The short video, directed by Tabitha Denholm and Vincent Haycock, finds the singer and her doppelgänger clutching each other and moving gracefully on …Read More

STRANGE TRAILS by Lord Huron

New album and tour on the way for Lord Huron in April.  KSPN Presents at Belly Up on April 21. Check out STRANGE TRAILS by Lord Huron.

30 Albums We’re Looking Forward to in 2015 :: Music :: Lists :: Paste

30 Albums We’re Looking Forward to in 2015 :: Music :: Lists :: Paste.

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