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  • Los Garza: Un legado musical en familia

    Los hermanos Garza, mejor conocidos como Los Lonely Boys, han navegado toda su vida entre dos mundos y dos culturas. Henry, JoJo y Ringo Garza crecieron en el pequeño pueblo de San Angelo, en Texas, escuchando los discos de su padre, los cuales...
  • Brad Paisley's colorful country thrives at Wrigley

    Brad Paisley's colorful country thrives at Wrigley
    Brad Paisley's cowboy hat, down-home West Virginian accent and narrative themes reinforce his identity as a country artist. But for nearly two hours Saturday at a packed Wrigley Field, the singer's skillful guitar leads showed that, at heart, he's a...
  • LeAnn Rimes finds love, 'Reel' and otherwise, on CMT

    Music remains her mainstay, but LeAnn Rimes says the occasional acting role is nice, too. The country singer has left the other profession largely to husband Eddie Cibrian, recently of NBC's "The Playboy Club," but she's headlining a new TV movie for...
  • Album of the Day 12/5/11: Emmylou Harris - Roses In The Snow

    Album of the Day 12/5/11: Emmylou Harris - Roses In The Snow
    Anyone who knows me should know that I love old school country music. I especially love listening to timeless country albums from back in the day that hammer home my belief that the soulless bubble gum pop in cowboy hats being passed off by major labels...
  • Album of the Day 1/25/12: Waylon Jennings - Ol' Waylon

    Album of the Day 1/25/12: Waylon Jennings - Ol' Waylon
    I don't like to bandy about the term "hero" when talking about musicians.  I think it's a watered down term that gets used out of context way too often.  But there are certain musicians that I have a special place for in my blackened heart and Waylon...
  • Shooter Jennings and Stephen King team for 'Black Ribbons'

    Shooter Jennings and Stephen King team for 'Black Ribbons'
    The world that Shooter Jennings has created in his ambitious new album, "Black Ribbons," is more ominous than brave and more nerve-rackingly familiar than new in presenting a scenario of the dark days ahead for humankind in the tradition of Aldous Huxley'...
  • Grammy Museum takes a broad, hands-on approach

    Grammy Museum takes a broad, hands-on approach
  • Tom Brumley dies at 73; steel guitarist for Buck Owens and Rick Nelson

    Tom Brumley, a legendary steel guitarist who contributed to the "Bakersfield sound" of Buck Owens and the Buckaroos in the 1960s before spending 10 years performing with Rick Nelson, has died. He was 73. Brumley died Tuesday at Northeast Baptist Hospital...
  • Stephen Bruton dies at 60; Texas musician played with Kris Kristofferson, T Bone Burnett

    Stephen Bruton dies at 60; Texas musician played with Kris Kristofferson, T Bone Burnett
    Stephen Bruton, a Texas musician long admired and much in demand as much for his astute guitar work as for his insights as a songwriter, died Saturday in Los Angeles of complications of cancer. He was 60. Bruton, who had played with Kris Kristofferson...
  • Dave Fisher dies at 69; founding member and lead singer of the 1960s folk group the Highwaymen

    Dave Fisher dies at 69; founding member and lead singer of the 1960s folk group the Highwaymen
    Dave Fisher, founding member and lead singer of the 1960s folk group the Highwaymen, whose recording of the Civil War anti-slavery song "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore" became a surprise pop hit in 1962, has died. He was 69. Fisher died Friday at his...
  • Hank Cochran dies at 74; country music songwriter

    Hank Cochran dies at 74; country music songwriter
    Hank Cochran, the esteemed country music songwriter revered for the poetic economy and power of such enduring hits as Patsy Cline's "I Fall to Pieces" and Eddy Arnold's "Make the World Go Away," died Thursday at his home in Hendersonville, Tenn., after...
  • Michael Blakey's Beverly Hills home sale price drops to $2,995,000

    And the beat goes on for London-born Michael Blakey, who was once described by Modern Drummer Magazine as one of the world's best. Blakey, a veteran music producer, has slashed the price of his Beverly Hills home by a tidy $1.7 million -- bringing it down...