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Gregg Allman Tribute Concert Set For January 2014, Complete With All-Star Lineup

 

Rollingstone.com is reporting that the likes of Jackson Browne, The Allman Brothers Band, John Hiatt, Widespread Panic and many more will pay tribute to 65-year-old rock legend Gregg Allman at a special concert next year.

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Listen To The Entire Debut Album From The Wild Feathers Here [AUDIO]

We've been playing The Wild Feathers for you for some time now on The Moose, all the while raving about these up-and-comers out of Nashville. They couldn't have been a nicer bunch of guys when they stopped by the studio a few months ago to talk with us and play a few tunes off of their debut album, Backwoods Company. That finally dropped today...and I'd say they've arrived considering the rave review from Rolling Stone, who is also streaming the entire album in its entirety! Listen here:

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The Whigs’ Parker Gisbert Sits Down With Rolling Stone And Offers Exclusive Listen To First Single [AUDIO]

2012 Spruce Moose Festival special guests The Whigs just completed their 4th studio album. Enjoy The Company hits stores on September 18th (can't wait for the exclusive live preview at Big Sky Resort!) Frontman Parker Gispert recently sat down with Rolling Stone to talk about the new album. You can check out that interview here AND stream their new song "Summer Heat" in full:

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Best Hair Metal Songs Of All Time (According To Rolling Stone Readers) [VIDEO]

Thanks to Rolling Stone readers, RS has released a list of The Top 10 Hair Metal Songs of All Time. All the songs were released during the Hair Metal Hey Day (from 1982 to 1990). Def Leppard and Guns N' Roses killed it...see the full list here:

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The Best Beards In Rock, According To Rolling Stone Readers

Rolling Stone magazine recently polled their readers to come up with a list of the Top 10 Beards in Rock (past and present). Here's the list:

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Patrick Carney Of The Black Keys Rips Nickelback In Upcoming Rolling Stone Issue

Nickelback is catching some heat lately. First, an entire city petitioned to stop the band from performing there (many Detroit residents were less than pleased to learn that Nickelback was selected as the halftime entertainment for this year's Lions/Packers Thanksgiving game).

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George Clooney Reveals When He Lost His Virginity in Rolling Stone Interview

You know that George Clooney gets more ladies than you do, right? Well, it turns out he’s had the swagger for some time now.

In an extensive interview for the new Rolling Stone issue, Clooney reveals that he lost his virginity at the age of 16. However, he admits it may have been too early, saying he was “young, very young, too young,” though a lot of guys might disagree.

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Chris Cornell Says Soundgarden Is Alive And Well, New Album Is Almost Done

Chris Cornell stopped by Rolling Stone magazine recently to drop a little bomb. Soundgarden is back together and is almost finished with a new album! We optimistically saw this coming when the band announced a reunion last year with a few live shows and then released their first live album earlier this year.

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‘Barbie Girl’ Voted Worst Song of the ’90s by Rolling Stone Readers – See What Else Made the List

Rolling Stone asked their readers to name the worst songs of the ’90s and ‘Barbie Girl,’ Danish group Aqua’s infectious techno-pop take on Mattel’s iconic doll, took first place.

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The Last Interview And Much More

I finally got around to reading an article that I've been looking forward to. The December 23, 2010-January 6, 2011 issue of Rolling Stone features the last interview John Lennon ever gave. Three days before his death he talked with Rolling Stone for more than nine hours in his New York city apartment. That interview is presented for the first time in this issue.

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RIP Gerry Rafferty, Whose ‘Baker Street’ Changed the Sax Solo | Rolling Stone Culture | Rob Sheffield

The sax solo as we know it today would not exist without Gerry Rafferty. His 1978 soft-rock classic "Baker Street" has to be the Ulysses of rock & roll saxophone, giving the entire chorus over to Raphael Ravenscroft's sax solo, creating one of the Seventies' most enduringly creepy sounds.

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