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Lynyrd Skynyrd to Headline New Southern Rock Cruise

After hosting their own Simple Man Cruise for eight years, Lynyrd Skynyrd will hit the high seas next January with a different crew. The Southern Rock Cruise sets sail on January 20th, 2018, with Skynyrd headlining a bill that also features 38 Special, Marshall Tucker Band and Molly Hatchet.

The cruise departs from Tampa, Florida, taking fans on a six-day trip that includes stops in

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Flashback: See Ringo Starr, Buck Owens Play Cowboys in 'Act Naturally'

In the early Sixties, the Beatles were unquestionably the biggest band – and cultural phenomenon – in the world. But aside from crafting their own brand of spectacularly catchy pop tunes, the Fab Four were influenced by other musical genres, and that certainly included country music. Their hometown of Liverpool, dubbed the

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Big Ears 2017: Where Jeff Tweedy Is Noise Star, Symphony Plays on Floor

The Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee provides a listening experience unlike any other in America. At the 2017 edition, Norwegian drone musician Deathprod blasted deafening noise inside a 1920s theater listed in the National Register of Historic Places, while the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra played Bach on the floor of a rock club. Cell phones got alerts that a

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Danzig Festival to Feature Bondage Stage, Sacrifice Altar, Freak Show

After more than a decade of headlining his own on-again, off-again Blackest of the Black touring metal fest, Glenn Danzig will host a two-day "destination festival," complete with a castle, bondage stage, sacrifice altar, "blood bath" and other attractions. The band Danzig will headline the second night of the

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Phoenix Announce First North American Tour in Three Years

Phoenix have announced a stretch of North American tour dates revolving around their previously announced festival appearances. The trek marks the French dance rock group's first tour since summer 2014.

The band's jaunt kicks off May 12th at Miami's Fillmore and works its way westward before

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See Cole Swindell, Dierks Bentley's Thumping New 'Flatliner' Video

For those wondering what it's like to hit the road with Dierks Bentley, there's Cole Swindell's new concert video for "Flatliner." The clip for the two bros' collaboration off Swindell's You Should Be Here album boasts some pretty epic footage from Bentley's What the Hell World Tour.

There's the requisite whiskey pour in the dressing room, the slow-motion walk to the stage and

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Watch Steve Moakler Perform Poignant 'Wheels' on 'Today'

Steve Moakler rolled up to NBC's Today Show this morning for a performance of "Wheels," the new single off his recently released album Steel Town, inspired by his hometown of Pittsburgh.

"You guys don't look like steel workers that I've seen," joked guest co-host Craig Ferguson before Moakler and his band took the stage.

The up-and-coming country artist, whose songs

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Hear Rodney Crowell Talk Guy Clark, Old Nashville With Chris Shiflett

Rodney Crowell has been Guy Clark's buddy, Emmylou Harris' bandmate and one of country music's biggest hitmakers, and this week he's Chris Shiflett's guest on the latest episode of the Walking the Floor podcast. Crowell's interview is sprinkled not only with anecdotes about his upcoming album, Close Ties, but of memories from Nashville's golden years.

"It had a lot more

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'The Walking Dead' Recap: Knives Out

Let's begin with the ending, both of this latest The Walking Dead and the one before it. As it turns out, that Daryl-shaped figure who showed up in the closing seconds of last week's installment was in fact the show's other scraggly-haired, crossbow-wielding badass: Dwight. And in the final minutes of this week's episode – "Something They Need" – Rosita

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See Charli XCX, Mura Masa's Reflective New '1 Night' Video

After releasing her new mixtape Number 1 Angel, Charli XCX returns with producer Mura Masa on the contemplative new video for single "1 Night." The video explores different kinds of relationships within the same apartment complex, with XCX dancing to the track in a small gymnasium.

In a recent

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Jeff Buckley's Handwritten Journals to Feature in 'His Own Words' Book

Jeff Buckley's never-before-seen handwritten journals will be reproduced for the upcoming book Jeff Buckley: His Own Words.

Buckley's mother Mary Guibert and Rolling Stone contributing editor David Browne, who penned the Buckley family biography Dream Brother: The Lives and Music of

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Wrestlemania 33: How Roman Reigns Will Bring Best Out of Undertaker

Let's be honest: Undertaker has appeared somewhat sluggish and even bewildered at times since coming back for this year's Royal Rumble. Not that it matters. The 52-year-old icon remains a massive gate attraction and awe-inspiring figure, and – health considerations notwithstanding – WWE would be foolish not to accommodate him for as long as he's willing to perform.

One can only imagine

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Sarah Silverman to Take on Donald Trump in New Weekly Show

Sarah Silverman will unpack the emotional and political baggage of the Trump era in her new weekly series with Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's Funny or Die production company. Hulu recently picked up the topical show, tentatively titled I Love You, America, with a 10-episode order.

In a statement

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Hear Trace Adkins' Seductive New Song 'Something's Going On'

"Something's going on," sings Trace Adkins in his latest offering, "and it sure feels good." The new song, the title track from Something's Going On, which is due to be released later this week, is more slow burner than barn burner and one of the best looks yet at Adkins' sober new worldview.

The tracks released so far for Something's Going On, Adkins' first album since

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See Eric Church's Rollicking Cover of Pearl Jam's 'Better Man'

Little Big Town may currently be riding the charts with their Taylor Swift-written single "Better Man," but on Saturday in Tacoma, Washington, Eric Church resurrected another "Better Man" – the one from Pearl Jam's 1994 LP Vitalogy. Thirty minutes outside of Seattle, the city that bred Pearl Jam, Church played a version of the song that highlighted its flexible yet haunting composition:

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Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band Plot U.S. Fall 2017 Tour

Ringo Starr announced a fall 2017 U.S. tour with his long-running All-Starr Band. The trek launches October 13th with an eight-date stint at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and concludes November 16th in Newark, New Jersey.

The current line-up of Starr's evolving live supergroup has been

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