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Dashboard Confessional
Dashboard Confessional
Dashboard Confessional

Thanks to some great exposure on MTV, Dashboard Confessional was a hugely popular alternative band of the 2000s even selling out Madison Square Garden on its last full band tour. Now, the group has reunited for a summer tour th...

 
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Jason Isbell, photo by David McClister
Jason Isbell, photo by David McClister
Jason Isbell, photo by David McClister

Singer-songwriter Jason Isbell has said that he wouldn’t have become the musician he is if he hadn’t grown up in Northern Alabama. Isbell, who played with the Drive-By Truckers before going solo a few years back, announced that...

 
 
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My Morning Jacket, photo credit: Danny Clinch
My Morning Jacket, photo credit: Danny Clinch
My Morning Jacket, photo credit: Danny Clinch

My Morning Jacket has just announced a long-term philanthropy effort called The Waterfall Project. Named after their new The Waterfall album, the project has been established to house the band’s ongoing cause-related work. The ...

 
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I'll See You in My Dreams
I'll See You in My Dreams
I'll See You in My Dreams

Writer-director Brett Haley’s new film I’ll See You in My Dreams stars Blythe Danner as a widowed retiree who experiences an abrupt change in her life of routines after her dog dies and she develops relationships of sorts with ...

 
 
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Feufollet
Feufollet
Feufollet

The Louisiana act Feufollet has retooled its sound into something it calls “Cajun swamp-pop” for its new album. On Two Universes, the group explores a melting pot sound that meshes Cajun, classic country, indie rock...

 
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Freedy Johnston, photo by Dina Regine
Freedy Johnston, photo by Dina Regine
Freedy Johnston, photo by Dina Regine

Singer-songwriter Freedy Johnston received some serious airplay on commercial radio when his catchy single “Bad Reputation” became a big hit in the ‘90s. In the wake of that success, the Farrelly Brothers used several of his tu...

 
 
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Pat McGee, photo by Joyce N. Boghosian
Pat McGee, photo by Joyce N. Boghosian
Pat McGee, photo by Joyce N. Boghosian

When singer-guitarist Pat McGee recently listened to some albums by James Taylor, Jackson Browne and Crosby, Stills, and Nash on vinyl, he was inspired to try to record an album that sounded like those classics and was based on...