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  Watch Garth Brooks Introduce Lee Brice for Surprise Duet

Years before he topped the country charts with his own songs, Lee Brice was writing them for other artists.

After kicking off a co-headlining winter tour with Chris Young last weekend, Brice made a quick detour to Boston, where he joined Garth Brooks for a surprise performance of "More Than a Memory"...

  Vinyl Box Set Collects Television, Alex Chilton, Richard Hell Singles

Between 1975 and 1979, New York indie label Ork Records released seven-inches by some of the most influential artists of the punk, post-punk and power pop. Owned by Television manager Terry Ork, the label put out that band's debut release, "Little Johnny Jewel," the A-side of which is streaming below,...

  Mary Chapin Carpenter Revisits Hits on Spring Acoustic Trio Tour

Mary Chapin Carpenter, whose debut orchestral album, Songs From the Movie, was released a year ago this month, will continue her acoustic trio tour dates this spring featuring special guests, folk-bluegrass singer Aoife O'Donovan and Irish acoustic band Lúnasa.

The trek features Carpenter's longtime friends Jon Carroll (on piano) and John...

  Tom DeLonge Leaves Blink-182

Tom DeLonge, longtime guitarist and co-vocalist of the punk trio Blink-182, has left the group, his bandmates announced in a statement Monday. Suspicions began when the band revealed that Alkaline Trio guitarist/singer Matt Skiba was recruited to join Blink-182 at the group's upcoming headlining set at drummer Travis Barker's eighth annual Musink Festival...

  Faith No More Promise New Material on First North American Tour Since 2010

As Faith No More readies their first album since 1997's Album of the Year, the band has booked its first North American tour in five years. The trek will kick off this April in Vancouver and includes two-night residencies in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City before wrapping...

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  Remind music app helps Alzheimer's patients bring back memories
Emily Keller is a designer who created Remind, which allows families to curate playlists that help people with Alzheimer's remember parts of their lives through music.
  The Act of Buying Music Isn't Dead
Whether or not music purchases are dead depends on your definition of dead. But just know that music purchases aren't dead. The talk of death often...
  John Carpenter Talks Debut Album 'Lost Themes' & Why Music Is Easier Than Directing
Forty-five years after his first music credit (he co-wrote, edited and scored the Oscar-winning short The Resurrection of Broncho Billy) and 37 years...
  The American Legion Recognized as Official Charity for Tree Town Music Festival 2015
Tree Town Music Festival is pleased to announce the nation’s largest wartime veterans organization, The American Legion, will once again serve as the official charity of the annual
  Doobie Brothers to Receive Top Music Biz Award
As the Music Business Assn. gears up for its annual convention, which will be held May 12-May 14 in Nashville, it has announced a bunch of awards to... - SONG POLL is a music research site designed for you. We want you to chose the Hottest New music, the Hottest New Songs, and the Hot New Artists. Participate in our contests to Win New Music and other great prizes.


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