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Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters do today what Plant did with Led Zeppelin in the ’60s and ’70s: combine different forms of music in powerful new ways.
The debut of Brooks’ world tour in Chicago on Thursday was a loud, passionate reunion between the country superstar and his still-rabid fans.
5 Seconds of Summer and the One Direction that followed them have unintentionally carved out this new niche and consistently prove what I’ve always suspected to be true: It’s a teen girl’s world, we just live in it.
Though Conor Oberst is best known as the frontman in virtually all of his endeavors — from his solo projects to Bright Eyes and Desaparecidos — he’s always had a killer backing crew.
How can the parents of a two year old with schedules that demand they spend a large chuck of their time on tour across the world find time for each other? Beyoncé and Jay Z are overcoming that challenge in 2014 by touring together.
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- Live: Kendrick Lamar Shines at iTunes Festival at SXSW 03/13/2014
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