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Jackson Browne performs at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Friday 1 April 2016.

At 72 Jackson Browne Is Still Discovering

by Paul Cashmere

The opening line on Jackson Browne’s new album ‘Downhill from Everywhere’ is “I’m still looking for something”. They are interesting first line from his first album in seven years for the now 72 year old musician.

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Michael Spibey of The Badloves photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Badloves Get On Board A Vinyl Tour

by Paul Cashmere

The Badloves will head around Australia to support the first ever vinyl release of their classic ‘Get On Board’ album.

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David Crosby, A Day On The Green, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

David Crosby Sells Catalogue To Irving Azoff

by Music-News.com

David Crosby has become the latest rock legend to sell his back catalogue to music mogul Irving Azoff’s Iconic Artists Group.

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John Hiatt at SXSW - photo by Ros O'Gorman

John Hiatt To Release Album With Jerry Douglas Band

by Paul Cashmere

John Hiatt has downed tools on a new album with the Jerry Douglas Band at the historic RCA Studio B in Nashville. The album is titled ‘Leftover Feelings’.

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Brian Cadd APIA Good Times Tour 2015

How The Band’s Music From Big Pink Opened The Mind Of Brian Cadd

by Paul Cashmere

The Band’s 1968 ‘Music From Big Pink’ was a life-changing recording for Australian singer songwriter Brian Cadd. After hearing an early preview of the album in London in early 1968 Brian’s songwriting changed forever.

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On February 12, Capitol/UMe will celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Band’s classic third album, 'Stage Fright,' with a suite of newly remixed, remastered and expanded 50th Anniversary Edition packages.

The Band Expand The Classic ‘Stage Fright’

by Paul Cashmere

‘Stage Fright’, the third album from The Band, will be reissued with bonus tracks, demo recordings and a complete concert album.

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The Teskey Brothers

Watch the New The Teskey Brothers ‘Highway Home For Christmas’ Video

by Paul Cashmere

Happy Christmas from The Teskey Brothers. A brand new video for ‘Highway Home For Christmas’ popped up today.

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The Teskey Brothers

The Teskey Brothers Release A Couple Of Christmas Songs

by Paul Cashmere

The Teskey Brothers have released two Christmas songs ‘Dreaming of a Christmas With You’ and ‘Highway Home For Christmas’.

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Marlon Williams at 2014 Leaps and Bounds Launch. Photo by Ros O'Gorman http://www.noise11.com

Marlon Williams Teams With Kacy & Clayton For ‘Your Mind’s Walking Out’

by Paul Cashmere

Marlon Williams has teamed up with Canada’s Kacy & Clayton for the album ‘Plastic Bouquet’. ‘Your Mind’s On The Way’ is the new single and video.

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Justin Townes Earle photo by Ros OGorman, noise11

Justin Townes Earle Died From Drug Overdose

by Music-News.com

Steve Earle’s singer/songwriter son, Justin Townes Earle, died of an accidental drug overdose, a medical examiner has concluded.

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Michael Spibey of The Badloves photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Badloves Debut Tribal Video

by Paul Cashmere

The Badloves have premiered their video for ‘Tribal’ with Screaming Jets guitarist Scott Kingman handling the video production.

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Delta Spirit by Alex Kweskin

Delta Spirit Release First Album In Six Years

by Paul Cashmere

Delta Spirit have released ‘What Is There’, their first album in six years. The album was recorded at Sonic Ranch outside El Paso, Texas.

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Justin Townes Earle Cause of Death Likely Was An Overdose

by Paul Cashmere

The Cause of Death for country singer Justin Townes Earle was most likely a drug overdose, according to Nashville Police.

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Justin Townes Earle photo by Ros OGorman, noise11

BREAKING NEWS: Justin Townes Earle Has Died Aged 38

by Paul Cashmere

Alt-Country singer songwriter Justin Townes Earle has passed away at the age of 38.

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Chris Hillman Time Between

Chris Hillman To Release His Memoir

by Paul Cashmere

Chris Hillman, a one-time member of The Byrds with David Crosby and The Flying Burrito Brothers with Gram Parsons, is about to publish his memoir ‘Time Between: My Life as a Byrd, Burrito and Beyond’.

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Todd Nance of Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic Drummer Todd Nance Dead At 57

by Paul Cashmere

Todd Nance, the original drummer for Widespread Panic, has died at the age of 57.

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John Oates Live In Nashville

John Oates Made A Live Album In Nashville

by Paul Cashmere

Hall & Oates fans should treat themselves to John Oates solo live album in September.

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Ryan Adams. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ryan Adams Apologises For His Sexual Assault Accusers

by Music-News.com

Ryan Adams has issued an apology for his past behaviour after being accused of sexual and psychological abuse by multiple women.

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NeilYoung at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl by Ros O'Gorman

Neil Young Objects To His Songs At Trump Rally

by Music-News.com

Neil Young has stated he is ‘not OK’ with Donald Trump using his songs at his Fourth of July weekend event.

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Tim Wheatley

Tim Wheatley Stops Lying Low with ‘Lying Low’

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Wheatley is back with his first new music since 2017’s Pillar To Post’. ‘Lying Low’ is described as a deeply personal song about isolation.

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John Prine

John Prine Covered By Recording Academy Members

by Music-News.com

Zac Brown Band musician John Driskell Hopkins has helped to record a cover of folk legend John Prine’s Angel From Montgomery to raise coronavirus relief funds.

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Sheryl Crow performs at Margaret Court Arena on Friday 6 April 2018. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Sheryl Crow Performs George Harrison’s ‘Beware of Darkness’ for Stephen Colbert

by Paul Cashmere

Sheryl Crow has performed a stunning version of George Harrison’s ‘Beware of Darkness’ for Stephen Colbert from her lockdown #PlayAtHome series.

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Jackson Browne performs at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Friday 1 April 2016.

Jackson Browne Releases New Song For Earth Day

by Paul Cashmere

Jackson Browne’s new song ‘Downhill From Everywhere’ coincides with Earth Day and also features I the documentary ‘The Story of Plastic’.

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John Prine

John Prine Dies Aged 73 From COVID-19

by Paul Cashmere

Songwriting legend John Prine has passed away at age 73 after having the Coronavirus COVID-19.

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Sheryl Crow performs at Margaret Court Arena on Friday 6 April 2018. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Sheryl Crow Releases Bill Withers Cover of ‘Lonely Town Lonely Street’ With Citizen Cope

by Paul Cashmere

Sheryl Crow recorded and released a cover of Bill Withers ‘Lonely Town Lonely Street’ over the weekend with Citizen Cope.

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John Prine

John Prine Recovering After Contracting Covid-19

by Paul Cashmere

John Prine’s wife Fiona has confirmed that both she and her husband are recovering after contracting Covid-19.

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John Prine

John Prine In Critical Condition With Covid-19

by Paul Cashmere

Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine is in a critical condition after complications from contracting Covid-19.

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Leo Sayer. photo by Ros O'Gorman Noise11.com

Op-ed: Leo Sayer Dissects Bob Dylan’s Epic ‘Murder Most Foul’

by Leo Sayer

Bob Dylan still has the ability and surprising agility to shoot the occasional missile deep into our hearts and minds. The title of his latest release ‘Murder Most Foul’ comes directly from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, a fitting reference since Bob’s opus deals with the assassination of John F Kennedy, surely the last great leader of the U.S.A. – his death indeed a ‘Murder Most Foul’.

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Bob Dylan Murder Most Foul

Bob Dylan Just Released An Epic 17 Minute Song ‘Murder Most Foul’

by Paul Cashmere

Bob Dylan has released a brand new song. It is the 17 minute epic ‘Murder Most Foul’.

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Jackson Browne performs at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Friday 1 April 2016.

Jackson Browne Releases new Song ‘A Little Soon To Say’

by Paul Cashmere

Jackson Browne has dropped the brand new song ‘A Little Soon To Say’ but don’t get too excited about the title. It has nothing to do with him recently testing positive to Covid-19.

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