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  • Shovels & Rope: Inside the Relationship of Americana's Darling Duo

    Cary Ann Hearst is sitting on a couch in the lounge area of the Hutton Hotel bar in Nashville in two pigtail braids, misting her throat with the contents of a little white bottle that, at one point, had apparently been inside one of Jason Isbell's mucous membranes.  

    "I'm keepin' it...

  • Fricke's Picks Radio: Remembering Jethro Tull's Glenn Cornick

    For most of its 47 years, the British rock band Jethro Tull was led, driven and defined by one man: singer, flautist, songwriter and conceptualist Ian Anderson, who publically admitted his retirement of the group and name last spring. But at its founding in late 1967 and across its first...

  • Hear Joe Nichols Heat Things Up With 'Hard to Be Cool' — Lyric Video Premiere

    Given that his last two singles, "Sunny and 75" and "Yeah," both hit Number One, Joe Nichols sees no reason to bring down the tempo. He reveals exclusively to Rolling Stone Country that the similarly upbeat love song, "Hard to Be Cool" is the next radio release from his latest...

  • Flashback: Bob Dylan Sings 'Changing of the Guards' On His 1978 'Alimony Tour'

    Bob Dylan's 1978 world tour is widely derided as one of the lowest moments of the songwriter's long career, a soulless, 114-date greatest hits revue with a bloated 11-piece band that seemed to be on loan from Neil Diamond or the recently-deceased Elvis Presley. Critics dubbed it the "Alimony Tour"...

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