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Interview: Jim Yester of The Association talks career celebration, early days, essence of unity

Back in the mid-to-late 60s, The Association made a name as one of the era’s most successful groups. Their act was based on rotating lead vocal duties between all members, spacious guitar melodies, and lush production, which proved innovative for the time. The band has assumed numerous incarnations over the …

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Swedish alt-rockers When The World Sleeps release politically charged video

Swedish alt-rockers When The World Sleeps have released a politically charged lyric video for their new single “Legacy” via PureGrainAudio.com. The track is a dreamlike revolution, merging organic and electronic elements with dark, introspective lyrics that speak of rising up. The video gives a visual view of modern/contemporary occurrences as well as important …

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Tom Petty confirmed dead at 66

Tom Petty, a multiplatinum singer-songwriter whose career spanned over four decades, had been unconscious in full cardiac arrest since early Tuesday morning. After initial reports leaked of Petty’s exhibiting zero brain activity while on life support, he was presumed dead by multiple news outlets. However, his death was officially confirmed …

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Lifehouse & Switchfoot live in Asbury Park, NJ August 10: Interview with Lifehouse’s Bryce Soderberg and Jason Wade

Lifehouse have held a strong footing amidst the variable success of current mainstream rock. The band is best known for their accessible blend of post-grunge and pop, which defines such classics as “Hanging by A Moment,” “Spin,” and “You And Me,” along with modern gems “All In” and “Hurricane.” 17 …

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