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Watch Bruce Springsteen Welcome Aussie Teen to Stage for “Growin’ Up”

February 20, 2017
If you haven’t seen it yet, this video of Bruce Springsteen welcoming an Australian teenager to the stage for "Growin' Up," should brighten your day. The performance took place at the Brisbane...
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Song Premiere: The Right Now “Everything Is Broken”

February 20, 2017
With their third album, The Right Now have extended the scope of the songwriting, moving into political topics and social themes. On Starlight, which will be released this Friday, February 24 the...
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Here’s Bob Weir at Daytona International Speedway Yesterday

February 19, 2017
Bob Weir was on hand at Daytona International Speedway in Florida yesterday to support his sister-in-law Leilani Munter, a driver on the ARCA Series, as she participated in the Lucas Oil 200...
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Watch Ryan Adams Bust Out ‘Prisoner’ Tracks on ‘The Tonight Show’

February 18, 2017
Ryan Adams celebrated the release of his new album Prisoner with a late night appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with his yet-to-be-named new band for a pair of tunes including...
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Good Lord, Win Butler Dominated the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game Again

February 18, 2017
via @NBAReigning NBA All-Star Celebrity Game MVP Win Butler was at it again last night looking to defend his crown. The Arcade Fire frontman, whose basketball prowess has been well-documented on...
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Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue at the Capitol Theatre (A Gallery)

February 17, 2017
Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue took a break from a string of opening dates with the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Madison Square Garden to play their own headlining gig at the Capitol Theatre in...
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The NBA All Star Portraits Are the Worst New Album Press Photos Ever

by Rob Slater on February 17, 2017
All photos via @NBAAllStarThe NBA's best and brightest are descending on New Orleans for the annual All-Star Game and each player got their own, super-moody portrait taken that reminds me of all...
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Video Premiere: Blind Pilot “Packed Powder” (Pilgrimage Sessions)

February 17, 2017
Back on September 24 and 25, the second annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival took place in Franklin, TN. Indie folk act Blind Pilot was on the bill and also performed a special version of...
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Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready Talks Jamming with Jack White at Third Man

February 17, 2017
A couple of future Rock and Roll Hall of Famers got together at Third Man Records last June when Pearl Jam (who'll be inducted this year) and Jack White (who is surely not far behind) jammed at...
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Ticketmaster Venom: Baker’s Dozen Edition

by Rob Slater on February 17, 2017
It's on-sale day for Phish's Baker's Dozen run and you know what that means: TICKETMASTER HATE!Twenty minutes in and we're already seeing venomous returns. Blow me @Ticketmaster— The Wolf...
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Song Premiere: Satsang “Between (feat. Nahko)”

February 16, 2017
Satsang’s sophomore album is set for release on March 20. The trio enlisted a number of guest musicians to join them on Pyramid(s) including: Nahko Bear and Tim Snider of Medicine For The...
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Red Hot Chili Peppers and Trombone Shorty at Madison Square Garden (A Gallery)

February 16, 2017
Red Hot Chili Peppers headlined Madison Square Garden last night as their Getaway tour continued. The bands set was preceded by an opening gig from Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue as well as...
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What the Hell is Wrong with Justin Trudeau?

by Rob Slater on February 16, 2017
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a problem with Paul Simon, which is a scenario as random as Scrubs TV-doctor Dr. Cox beefing with Hugh Jackman. Nonetheless, as Pitchfork uncovered,...
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Yes, James Hetfield Was As “Livid” As You’d Expect After Metallica’s Grammys Disaster

February 16, 2017
Metallica at the very least looked like they were having a good time at the Grammys. The only problem was that nobody could hear them, as James Hetfield's mic cut out during their duet with Lady...
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Bill Walton Called a NBA Game in a Tie-Dye Shirt and It Was Wonderful

February 16, 2017
via Awful AnnouncingFor a reason I will never question, ESPN decided it was a good idea to send college basketball announcers to call an NBA game and vice versa, landing Bill Walton and Dick...
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Listen: First Track from Thomas Wynn and The Believers’ New Album

February 16, 2017
Soulful Southern rockers Thomas Wynn and The Believers will release their third album, Wade Waist Deep, in May 2017 via Mascot Label Group. The Orlando-based six piece features rumbling rock songs...

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