Sunday, October 26, 2008


Alice In Chains will hit the road and tentatively issue its first new album in 14 years in 2009, according to a statement issued by the band's management

411mania reviews the new Lucinda Williams album

The Roanoke Times reviews Old Crow Medicine Show's recent show at the Roanoke Performing Arts Theatre

Oasis' 2009 stadium tour broke all UK box office records when tickets went on sale, selling a staggering 500,000 tickets in several hours

The Boston Globe reviews the recent Who concert at the TD Banknorth Garden and the recent John Hiatt/Lyle Lovett concert at the Opera House.

Johnny Cash gets the remix treatment from the likes of "Snoop, Pete Rock, Alabama 3, The Heavy and other head-scratching candidates."

Gov't Mule plays their first show with new bassist Jorgen Carlsson when they kick off The Kinder Revolution Tour this Thursday at the Flynn Theatre in Burlington, Vt.

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