John Denver visits Amherst, MA.
Exclusive 7″ singles to follow The Replacements’ reunion EP.
Crazy Horse, Flaming Lips, and Foster the People also confirmed for concert.
Gregg Allman, Mavis Staples & Ray LaMontagne also on the bill.
All-star lineup explores half-century of seminal songs, with mixed results.
Benefit album due out in the winter.
The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams due in October.
In case you weren’t there and missed an amazing time.
Plus, Trail of Dead, Liz Phair, Meat Puppets, and lots more!
Robert Plant, Lauryn Hill, The Decemberists, & Lupe, too.
Sadly, it’s a bad covers album.
It’s “Rated X”.
And some amazing musicality.
No Killers though.
The songwriter tells Shel Silverstein’s dark tale of a bored housewife.
This thing will suck.
And Billy Bob Thornton!
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