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Hana Pestle: Quickie 10

1. Did you go to your prom?... Read more
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Anberlin: Quickie 10

1. Do you prefer left or right? I wish I was amadextrious so both? If I could have picked left or right I would have taken left, because there is actually a college scholarship for left. No joke.... Read more
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David Sanborn: Sitting Down with a Jazz Legend

Renowned and revered the world over as one of the greatest saxophone players of all-time, David Sanborn is an artist whose music has inspired countless other musicians while creating a body of work that spans the genres of rock ‘n’ roll, R&B, pop and jazz.... Read more
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HoneyHoney: And Everything In Between (VIDEO)

Check out our exclusive interview with Ironworks Music artist HoneyHoney. Filmed in Atlanta on the steps of the Tabernacle, the band talks about their new album, life on the road and everything in between. ... Read more
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Candlebox: Returning to the grind (VIDEO)

Remember Candlebox?  "Oh, you left me far behind, no no no".  That's probably not even close to right and, somehow in type, very off key.  Anyway, they are back and I sat down with 3/4 of them. ignore the bad lighting and video on me, we were having lighting issues at the club... Read more
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Henry Rollins: What I Like About...

In our first installment of 'What I Like About..." punk legend and outspoken political hero Henry Rollins checks in with us about his 5 favorite things in the world right now.  Mostly music, a little comedy and a little television, Henry crosses his T's and dots his I's.  Ladies and gentlemen, Sh... Read more
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Young Buck: The Interview

He’s more dirty south than 50 Cent, more street than Lloyd Banks and less known than both of them. But rapper Young Buck is almost impossible to pin down.... Read more
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American Hi Fi: Starting Over

Want to save yourself time and not read this entire article? Wouldn't it be nice if writers just let you know what was going on in their editorial right off? ... Read more
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David Rosales

Reminiscent of artists such as Ryan Adams, Amos Lee, and Ryan Bingham, Rosales shakes things up with a broad sonic palate rooted in American folk, blues and country.... Read more
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