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Posted on June 3, 2011 | No CommentsPersonally they had me at "we have beards and wear sunglasses" but the fact that they play a mean blend of Bluegrass, Blues, and Country certainly helped matters.
Posted on May 31, 2011 | No CommentsHeat is also a huge factor at both festivals, and they were both later in the calendar this year then they were last year. Weekend two could set records for heatstroke.
Posted on January 19, 2011 | 6 CommentsTweet The lineup for this year’s Coachella music festival has been released, to mixed reviews. About half of the people I follow on Twitter who have mentioned it are of the mind that this lineup isn’t worth spending all that money, not to mention three […]
Posted on December 15, 2010 | No CommentsI interviewed Josh Thompson, an up and coming country music artist, on the red carpet at the inaugural American Country Awards. His break out album, “Way Out Here,” named after his popular single, is atestament to the backwoods working class that is often depicted in country music.
Posted on August 14, 2009 | No CommentsThe band's original attitude was apathetic, but with American Idiot they suddenly adopted an intense, some say melodramatic, opposition to the politics and culture of 21st-century society. They now sing about the evils of corporations and the media, but the irony is that they profit handsomely from both.