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I Need A Fourth Head For My Country Mt Rushmore - Brian's Blog [POLL]
I have always felt there should be a country music monument like Mount Rushmore.
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They were released 25 years later under the title "The Million Dollar Quartet." 1965: Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones was knocked unconscious when his guitar touched an ungrounded microphone during a concert in Sacramento, California.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
East Bay Express
The Bottle Rockets
Festus, Missouri's Bottle Rockets are a quartet that as young 'uns found themselves equally inspired by their fathers' Merle Haggard platters, their older brothers' Mountain and Bad Company records, and the Clash 45s of the strange new gal in town .
'Nashville 2.0' explores Americana music scene
With artists like The Lone Bellow and The Avett Brothers, Americana is a re-emerging genre with a classic sound.
Western morning News
Rock history recalled by Bob
I WENT along to the Alumni Auditorium Form Building where the arts and culture team at the University of Exeter presented the legendary music presenter and broadcaster and host of the long running BBC2 music show, the Old Grey Whistle Test, Bob Harris.
Too Soon for Timeline on Ring of Fire, Negotiator Says
As mining companies wait on the sidelines, aboriginal groups and the Ontario government haven't even set guidelines for negotiations over how to develop and share the mineral-rich Ring of Fire area, a lawyer representing the indigenous groups said.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Mineral development shuttered in Canada
Cliffs plan to mine chromite, an ingredient for making stainless steel, was among the most advanced in the Ring of Fire, the horseshoe-shaped deposit about 1,000 622 miles northwest of Toronto and named by a mining executive after the Johnny Cash song.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
MUSIC: Chris Isaak celebrates his rock 'n' roll heroes
Chris Isaak has known for a long time that he wanted to do a CD of his versions of songs by the early rock and roll artists that Not only did Isaak want to pay tribute to his musical heroes, he wanted to correct the issues he had with albums by other artists that covered the same early rock era.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Go Hear This: 'The Long Black Veil' by Johnny Cash
For Black Friday, we have one from the Man in Black here on Go Hear This , our daily feature where PennLive staff and readers soundtrack your days.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
July Talk is the talk of the Canadian music scene
One of Canada's exciting new bands is July Talk, and the songs on its self-titled debut are quirky conversations between Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay - an enchanting, often sinister interplay between his deep gargles and her squeaky coos.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Rock 'n' Roar
During the week-long curling championship, the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg will be transformed into The Patch, a.k.a. Post-Game Party Central.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Chris Isaak heads to Cerritos for a Beyond the Suna performance
CERRITOS >> The casual Chris Isaak fan may think of the handsome singer wearing a white tank top on the beach as he serenades a super model as he did in the video for his biggest hit “Wicked Game.” But anyone who has been to a concert of his knows he's not just a love-struck crooner solemnly strumming his guitar behind a microphone on ... (more)
Exclusive Sneak Peek: The Sing-Off's New Season Is on "Fire"
It's been almost two years since The Sing-Off last serenaded viewers, but the a cappella competition is back and hotter than ever! In this exclusive sneak peek from Season 4 , one of the groups blows the judges -- including new addition Jewel -- away with a cover of Johnny Cash 's classic "Ring of Fire."
The Desert Sun
Review: 'Million Dollar Quartet' brings Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash,...
In "Million Dollar Quartet," Sam Phillips preaches to his choir at Sun Studio that "You don't rewrite the Bible, and you don't mess with the Lord's hymns."
Mon Nov 25, 2013
North County Public Radio
New Music: Jonathan Foster's 'Sabbatical'
You can take a musician out of the Adirondacks, but somewhere in the music there's still a link back home.
The Motley Fool
Flame Dies Out for Cliffs' Ring of Fire Project
Realizing the embers were dying for its Ring of Fire chromite project in the vast Canadian wilderness, Cliffs Natural Resources were $390 per tonne for chromite concentrates, but historical pricing has been nowhere near those levels by even Cliffs' own admission, suggesting it was not a feasible effort.
Globe and Mail
Behind the scenes at the Iran talks: Johnny Cash, last-minute hiccup
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, third from right, hugs European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton after she delivered a statement during a ceremony in Geneva on Nov. 24, 2013.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Give Life Back To Music 10.21.13: Johnny Cash - The Rubin Years: American VI: Ain't No Grave
Give Life Back To Music 10.21.13: Johnny Cash - The Rubin Years: American VI: Ain't No Grave Posted by Sean Comer on 11.25.2013 411's Sean Comer concludes his personal retrospective through Johnny Cash's landmark American Recordings sessions with producer Rick Rubin with American VI: Ain't No Grave ! Well, here we are - some last words to sum up ... (more)
WCU to present Johnny Cash tribute show today
"Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash" will be performed at 5 p.m. today at the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University as part of the Galaxy of Stars Series.
Memphis music still going strong
If you talk to most Memphians they will tell you how high the crime rate is, how bad the economy is or how much things have changed in the city.