Phish Cements Its Legacy At Bonnaroo


Phish are known for being one of the best live acts on the planet. Since its formation, the band has had a reputation for playing harder, tighter and just plain better than other bands. So when you’ve been doing that for nearly 30 years, what do you do to make a show special? How do […]

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Various Artists: Reggae’s Gone Country

reggae's gone country

Mommas, don’t let your babies grow up to be Rastas.

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Exclusive: Hear “The Gambler” From Reggae’s Gone Country

Some records you don’t see coming, such as VP and Warner Music Nashville’s Reggae’s Gone Country, a 14-track compilation of popular reggae artists shaking up country classics. Produced in part by John Rich of Big & Rich and featuring vocals by country music vet Larry Gatlin, the new disc (due August 30) was largely recorded […]

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Behind the Song: “The Gambler”


Johnny Cash cut it. Bobby Bare cut it. Under the name “Charlie Tango,” Conway Twitty’s son, Michael Twitty, cut it. Even the songwriter himself, Don Schlitz, cut it, as well as other people whose names are a distant Music Row memory. But when Kenny Rogers and producer Larry Butler finally recorded “The Gambler,” Schlitz was […]

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