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January kicked off 2017 with a little bit of hip-hop, indie rock, and shoegaze.
R.I.P. Tommy Allsup, guitarist who narrowly avoided “the Day the Music Died” plane crash, has passed away
The Grammy-winning musician and Buddy Holly tour mate was 85 years old.
Rock fans, rejoice. And the rest of us should, too.
The rock legends turn in a comfortable, if snoozy batch of classic blues covers.
Everyone from Smashing Pumpkins to Roxy Music, Patti Smith to Radiohead have covered Shakey.
Shakey shows few signs of ever burning out and zero possibility of simply fading away.
These are the songs that found a way into our everyday lives and show no signs of leaving.
A decade later, the harp virtuoso’s cover amplifies serenity in a time of chaos.
These are the voices that continue to touch, console, inspire, and empower us.
Plus, Kevin Morby, Allison Crutchfield, and Forth Wanderers try to prove Roger Daltrey wrong.
Celebrate the band’s 40 year history with two volumes of The Complete Studio Albums.