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Special to The Herald-MailKenny Rogers knows he's been lucky. At age 73, the country-pop icon with his signature raspy voice has spent more than 50 years in an impressive, musical genre-bending career. And the man who made silver hair and facial hair a look said he's been...
Tags: Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Music Industry, Christmas, Radio
Brad Paisley's cowboy hat, down-home West Virginian accent and narrative themes reinforce his identity as a country artist. But for nearly two hours Saturday at a packed Wrigley Field, the singer's skillful guitar leads showed that, at heart, he's a...
Pop & Hiss"Yes, it's like musical whiplash -- that's a good term for it," Aaron Lewis said of his gearshift from fronting his long-running hard rock band Staind on Saturday in Mesa, Ariz., to his solo turn Sunday the playing his more rootsy material from his recent...
Los hermanos Garza, mejor conocidos como Los Lonely Boys, han navegado toda su vida entre dos mundos y dos culturas. Henry, JoJo y Ringo Garza crecieron en el pequeño pueblo de San Angelo, en Texas, escuchando los discos de su padre, los cuales...
If you could care less about this year's Grammys (wouldn't blame you there) or the Allen Stone show at the 8x10 isn't your thing, there's the Umphrey's McGee show at Rams Head Live on Sunday night. I've made the mistake of calling Umphrey's a "jam band"...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Phish (music group), Concerts, Music
I don't like to bandy about the term "hero" when talking about musicians. I think it's a watered down term that gets used out of context way too often. But there are certain musicians that I have a special place for in my blackened heart and Waylon...
Tags: Kenny Rogers, Entertainment, Music Industry, Music, Music
The members of the folk group the Highwaymen were freshmen in the same fraternity at Wesleyan University in Connecticut when they came together to perform at a campus party in 1958. By their senior year, the quintet had a No. 1 single with their haunting...
Anyone who knows me should know that I love old school country music. I especially love listening to timeless country albums from back in the day that hammer home my belief that the soulless bubble gum pop in cowboy hats being passed off by major labels...
Culture MonsterThe art community mourns the loss of ceramics artist Kenneth Price who died early Friday at his home in Taos, N.M....
Pop & HissAfter the psychedelic dystopia of 2010’s “Black Ribbons,” Shooter Jennings returns to his dust-kicker roots on “Family Man.” Or, more specifically, as he blows out in one breath on “The Real Me”: “I’...
Pop & HissAn album consisting of Waylon Jennings' final studio recordings will be released in May. The album is titled "Goin' Down Rockin': The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings."...
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