When I began interviewing bands eight years ago, my ultimate goal was to interview one person: Dave Mustaine from Megadeth, my favorite band since I was thirteen years old. Sitting in front of my parents' computer and ruining my ears through a pair of oversize headphones, I listened and loved Mustai ... More >>
In last week's breakdown of Lil Wayne's chart ubiquity, I noted that while Lady Gaga's Born This Way and its singles seemed to be everywhere, she hasn't staked out much additional Billboard territory with collaborations. Her only charting collab of late is "3-Way (The Golden Rule)," a little ... More >>
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How an appalling tune will finally make you appreciate them
A country great's back catalog plumbs nostalgia, dislocation, train-based murder alibis
Country femmes crash Music Row's sausage party
Big-shot cameos temporarily help a Louvin Brother forget his better half
A kickass performer and expert mudder puts us on
Ignore the red states, red flags, and red herrings; Nashvilles less straight than you think
Heartbroke hillbilly recovers from Iraq/Iran confusion
Nashville hangs tough for the American homeland on USO-sponsored business venture
August precedents, timely details, and timeless novelties you will find nowhere else
Longstanding cosmopolitan Youssou N'Dour tells the world about his embattled faith
In an ever changing South Africa, Ladysmith Black Mambazo keep the iscathimiya faith
Cowboy and Indian, Sinner and Believer, Patriot and Protester, the Man in Black Walks his Final Line
She Doesn't Have to Wear Those Dreads Tonight
The Lactose-Intolerant Detective; Trio's Honky-Tonk Blues
Choreographers Grapple With Loss and Dream Safe Worlds
Though the elves now rap, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is the same as ever like Psycho, but far more worth re-creating.
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