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Watch University of Georgia’s Tribute to Gregg Allman During Football Game

The best team in college football paid tribute to the late Gregg Allman during their game yesterday as the Georgia Bulldogs held a halftime celebration of the late Allman Brother against South Carolina. The Redcoat Marching Band took the field to kick things off with "Ramblin' Man" followed by spirited renditions of 'Whipping Post," "Midnight Rider" and "Black Hearted Woman." Watch below. This... ...

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Watch Foo Fighters’ Full Set from Voodoo Festival

Foo Fighters headlined Voodoo Fest in New Orleans on the road for their Concrete and Gold world tour as the band returned to one of the cities that helped them craft their last album Sonic Highways. Among the highlights, a trio of classics to start the show as the band charged into "All My Life," "Learn to Fly" and "The Pretender" to warm up the crowd before settling into newer tunes like "The... ...

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Song Premiere: The Railsplitters “Jump In”

Bluegrass act The Railsplitters will release their new album Jump In on November 10 as the group forged in the Rocky Mountains explore new ground. Today, we premiere the title track from that album. "Many of these songs are literally about jumping in- taking chances and doing what feels right, in spite of any initial reservations," says mandolin player Pete Sharpe. "We still have the typical... ...

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Watch Liam Gallagher Play Oasis Hit “Some Might Say” on BBC

Liam Gallagher and his band stopped by the BBC Radio Theatre for an electric performance that leaned heavily on Oasis classics as well as select tunes from his recent solo album As You Were. One of the highlights from that short set came in the middle of the set when Gallagher dug into his solo debut of the Oasis track "Rockin' Chair" as well as the (What's the Story) Morning Glory? track... ...

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Voodoo Music + Arts Experience 2017 (A Gallery)

Voodoo Music + Arts Experience once again threw a Halloween party in New Orleans with an eclectic lineup that brought the likes of Foo Fighters, LCD Soundsystem, Miguel, Prophets of Rage, Benjamin Booker and many others to the Crescent City. Joe Rodgers and Wesley Hodges shared photos from the weekend.  ...

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Various Artists: Sky Music: Sweet as Broken Dates: Lost Somali Tapes from the Horn of Africa

A divinely crazed mixture of American soul, Bollywood pastiche, Middle Eastern scales and vaguely Chinese singing flourished in Somalia while the country suffered under Siad Barre’s military dictatorship during the 1970s and 1980s. When Barre started bombing Radio Hargeisa, thousands of cassettes were evacuated, buried and—huzzah!—eventually rescued. You can get a taste of this stunning... ...

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Kenny Chesney Releases Video of 2007 Dave Matthews Collaboration

Kenny Chesney is releasing a new live album Live in No Shows Nation which includes a 2007 collaboration with Dave Matthews at Chesney's Atlanta show. Matthews was in town to play his show with DMB in Atlanta and hopped on stage with Chesney for a trio of songs including his own "Where Are You Going" as well as covers of Steve Miller's "The Joker" and Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds." Chesney... ...

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“You and You Alone” is the Hidden Gem on the New Umphrey’s McGee Album

There were a number of things to notice about the tracklist to Umphrey's McGee's new album its not us, all lowercase being very important. There was of course the songs that you've never heard of, about half the record falls into that category. Then there were a number of tunes that have been circling around the band for a few years: "Remind Me," "Forks," "Speak Up" and "Piranhas." But one... ...

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The National: Life After Dead

When Matt Berninger was still an unknown twenty-something floating in the New York dot-com bubble, he used to walk along East Houston Street from his office in the Puck Building to the Mercury Lounge and see what the cool kids were up to. It was the late-‘90s and, once again, both New York City and its patented garage-rock sound had returned from the great beyond, only to be reclaimed by a... ...

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