Top Country Music Artists
Nightlife calendar (Kansas City Star)
CATFISH KEITH: 7-9 p.m. Mountain Music Shoppe. CIRQUE DU SOLEIL: DELIRIUM: 8 p.m. Kemper Arena. LIL BRIAN AND THE ZYDECO TRAVELERS: 8 p.m. Knuckleheads at Fog Cycles.
Dylan film gets fab face-lift (The Iowa City Press-Citizen)
Jim Musser?s weekly Music Beat column.
Rhythm: Coming Attractions (Wisconsin State Journal)
The coming attractions list is reserved for concerts and events as space allows . Go to http://www.ticketmaster.com for ticket information on many shows listed.
Singer's intensity enchants (The Star-Ledger)
Before performing Declan O'Rourke's song, "Galileo," Friday night at the Outpost in the Burbs in Montclair, Maura O'Connell spelled the Irish singer-songwriter's name, "'cause you're going to be asking me about him afterwards."
Former String Cheese frontman brings latest project to Fort Collins (The Fort...
The end of an era came in November when Billy Nershi announced that after 13 years he would be leaving the Colorado-based jam band the String Cheese Incident.
Infamous Stringdusters push bluegrass into new territory (Tennessean)
With every million-mile-an-hour lick, the Infamous Stringdusters grow more removed from anonymity, edging ever closer to the big time. When it comes to the chops department, the bluegrass-pumping Nashville-based sextet is strong on all fronts, from sweet-to-searing vocals, to mind-blowing instrumental capabilities to that good ol', down-home, aw shucks quality that so many bluegrass groups stab ...
UP FOR AWARD TONIGHT: Grammy nominee weaves pop, pride (The Charlotte Observer)
Olene and Jim Sampson say they were the last to know their daughter, Jana -- a 2007 Grammy nominee -- could actually sing.
'Wandering Home' (Princeton Packet)
Having lived in Nashville 20 years, Irish native Maura O'Connell will talk about becoming an American citizen when she performs at Concerts at the Crossing.
A few upsets would rock (The News & Observer)
It's always nice to see virtue rewarded at the Grammy Awards -- Bonnie Raitt or Carlos Santana getting overdue validation, or "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" confounding the pundits. But it's better to hope for a good show.
Nashville's all over the Grammy map (Tennessean)
Let's say the Grammy nominees list was a big game of "Where's Waldo?" and Nashville-connected nominees were that titular be-hatted and bespectacled dude. You don't have to try too hard to find a gaggle of Waldos in the country categories, but you might be surprised by how many pop up all over the genre map, from polka to R&B.
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