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  • Jack White's newest stripe

    Jack White's newest stripe
    Jack White took the wraps off his new band here Wednesday night, launching phase three of his ever-evolving career with a 20-minute live performance by Dead Weather, fronted by the Kills singer Alison Mosshart, at the site of his new Third Man Records...
  • Chimp's Owner Recounts Latest In String Of Tragedies

    Stone walls line the roads of this city's historic Scofieldtown section, a picturesque community with spacious homes and sprawling yards. A "No Trespassing" sign on a decorative iron gate at the front of a long wooded driveway stops the florist from...
  • Album Review: Elvis Costello's 'Secret, Profane & Sugarcane'

    Album Review: Elvis Costello's 'Secret, Profane & Sugarcane'
    Elvis Costello's never been one to shrink from a challenge. And on his new album, "Secret, Profane & Sugarcane," he's taken on a big one, a song cycle of sorts incorporating themes that wind like the muddy Mississippi through the cultural legacy of the...
  • New CDs: Kenny Chesney, Nikka Costa and Lucinda Williams

    New CDs: Kenny Chesney, Nikka Costa and Lucinda Williams
    Kenny Chesney "Lucky Old Sun" (BNA) * * 1/2 This is the one Kenny Chesney watchers have been waiting for ever since the cuddle-bunny country superstar's 2005 marriage to Renee Zellweger flamed out so spectacularly. Last year's "Just Who I Am: Poets and...
  • Stagecoach Festival takes the stage

    Stagecoach Festival takes the stage
    ONE OF those golden moments you hope for at gargantuan music gatherings like the weekend Stagecoach Festival in Indio came Saturday night, when the Judds, Naomi and daughter Wynonna, resuscitated their monstrously successful '80s act in what was billed as...
  • Looks like Shania Twain didn't make it

    Looks like Shania Twain didn't make it
    Last week's announcement that Shania Twain and hubby-producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange are splitting up is sad, if not utterly a shock. After all, if anything is part and parcel of country music tradition, it's D-I-V-O-R-C-E. Nevertheless, it's always...
  • Kentucky: It's not just horses and bourbon

    As a rule, I'm skeptical of cities that bill themselves as "The [fill in the blank] Capital of the World." Such claims seem boastful, dubious or, at best, a weak gimmick. Has anyone actually traveled to Ft. Payne, Ala., because it's crowned itself "The...
  • 007 X 2: New James Bond Theme Song Will Be a Duet

    " Quantum of Solace" is the 22nd James Bond adventure, but producers are boasting it will feature the franchise's first duet theme song. MGM and Columbia pictures announced on Tuesday (July 29) that Jack White of the White Stripes will write, produce and...
  • Ferguson Sentenced To Life For Raping And Murdering Daughter

    Ferguson Sentenced To Life For Raping And Murdering Daughter
    It took 90 minutes for the jury to sentence Barry Ferguson to life without parole, says Dwight Doskey who called the sentence a victory and said the jury realized Ferguson had a substance abuse problem. Prosecutors are also calling the sentence a...
  • Taylor Swift sweeps CMAs and makes history

     
    Taylor Swift made history at Wednesday night's Country Music Assn. Awards by becoming the youngest person, at only 19, to win the coveted entertainer of the year title. Only five women -- Loretta Lynn (1972), Dolly Parton (1978), Barbara Mandrell (1980,...
  • Live: Morrissey at the Gibson Amphitheatre

     
    The English singer shows no signs of his difficult year. To go by the lyrics of the dozens of extravagantly unhappy songs he's written since he founded the Smiths a quarter of a century ago, the English singer known simply......
  • Brian Wilson's 'Smile,' Spoon get Metacritic's top album, artist scores of the decade

     
    Brian Wilson’s “Smile,” the long-delayed Beach Boys project that he resuscitated and finished in 2004, has come in atop Metacritic.com’s list of the best-reviewed albums of the decade, while Austin, Texas, indie-rock group Spoon has been named the...