Watch CMT’s Johnny Cash Documentary American Rebel

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  The CMT documentary Johnny Cash: American Rebel premiered last weekend and is currently streaming online. The 83-minute project uses some of the Man in Black’s most pivotal tracks, including “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Ring of Fire,” “Sunday Morning Down Coming Down” and “Hurt,” to paint a portrait of the late icon’s life in conjunction with the […]

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Dave Rawlings Machine Announces Tour Dates

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With their new album Nashville Obsolete coming out on Friday, Dave Rawlings Machine has announced a North American tour starting in October. The tour will run through January 2016 with stops in along the West Coast and the Northeast before heading down south for multiples stops in Tennessee and Texas. Additionally, Rawlings and his musical partner […]

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Musicians Corner Moves Into Its New Digs, Announces Fall 2015 Season

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Nashville’s beloved Musicians Corner, known for its free, yet fantastic and star-studded line-ups, is celebrating its Fifth Anniversary Season on Saturday, September 5. With a move to a brand-new, permanent set-up in Centennial Park, the non-profit organization couldn’t be more excited to get the season rolling. “The upcoming fall season represents a historic moment for Musicians Corner […]

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Nashville’s Los Colognes To Release Dos This September


Los Colognes are set to release their second full-length album, Dos, on September 4 via Theory 8 Records. This sophomore effort follows the band’s critically acclaimed 2013 debut, Working Together. Recorded during the summer of 2014 at The Bomb Shelter studio in Nashville, the record is self-produced and features Billy Bennett as engineer/mixer, with mastering by John Baldwin. “We […]

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Vanessa Carlton Shares New Single “Blue Pool”


Vanessa Carlton has shared her new single “Blue Pool” off her upcoming EP release of the same title. Blue Pool is due out July 24 via Dine Alone Records. A drastic departure from her old sound, the EP serves as a precursor to the new album due out in October. Most of the songs of the EP, and consequentially the […]

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Watkins Family Hour Covers Grateful Dead’s “Brokedown Palace”


Watkins Family Hour has released a cover of the Grateful Dead’s “Brokedown Palace,” which will appear on their self-titled debut album, set to drop July 24.  The group is composed of siblings Sara and Sean Watkins, as well as Fiona Apple, Benmont Tench, Don Heffington, Greg Leisz and Sebastian Steinberg. In preparation for the album release, the band has announced that they will be playing a […]

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John McCauley Of Deer Tick To Play Four Nights At City Winery


John McCauley of Deer Tick recently announced a tour that will include stops at all of City Winery’s locations: Nashville, Chicago, New York and Napa. Then, as with any John McCauley show, special guests will often find their way to sit-in on a song or two.  Tour dates are listed below: 08/08/15 – Nashville, TN – City Winery […]

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James Taylor Reaches #1 On Billboard 200 For The First Time


With his first new studio album in thirteen years, James Taylor has reached #1 on the Billboard 200 for the first time in his storied career. His new album, Before This World, was released June 16th via Concord Records and sold 97,068 copies in the first week after its release. With eleven top ten albums under his belt, […]

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Wilco Releases Solid Sound Festival Documentary


Wilco has released Every Other Summer, a full-length documentary about the band’s Solid Sound Festival. The film is now available to buy or rent on Vimeo On Demand. The film documents the massive undertaking that has rejuvenated North Adams, Massachusetts (population: 13,533) with over 10,000 concert attendees every other summer.  “Festivals like this, which don’t have the bottom line […]

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Cicada Rhythm Heads to Church for “Do Not Destroy”


Georgia indie-folk duo Cicada Rhythm have unveiled a hypnotic new song called “Do Not Destroy,” which the group will release on a special 7-inch edition called Two Wings (Live From Mt. Zion Church) later this month. The tune will also appear on Cicada Rhythm’s debut full length album, which is set to drop this October on Normaltown Records. The song was recorded in the historic Mt. Zion church, which […]

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Shakey Graves Announces Fall Tour

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Shakey Graves has announced dates for his “Die Hard Tour,” which will include stops at major venues across both coasts and kicks off June 24th in Austin, Texas. With this tour, Shakey Graves will be supporting his latest album, And The War Came – a record that has secured him three Americana Music Association Awards nominations, including “Album Of The Year,” “Emerging Artist of The […]

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Neil Young Protests Donald Trump’s Use Of “Rockin’ In The Free World”


Donald Trump on Tuesday used Neil Young‘s anthem “Rockin’ in the Free World” to announce his 2016 presidential candidacy in front of Trump Towers. Shortly afterward, Young’s management issued a statement, saying the famous real estate magnate was not authorized to use the tune. According to the statement, Young is supporting Independent presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Trump’s campaign has emphasized they procured […]

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