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Elvis Costello's 2009 album Secret, Profane & Sugarcane touched on bluegrass, R&B, and Americana with producer T-Bone Burnett. This year Costello's back with similar sounds and the same…   Read Story »
Bands are canceling gigs in Israel following last week's raid on a group of aid ships heading to Gaza. Elvis Costello posted a carefully-worded letter on his website outlining his reasons for…   Read Story »
Paul McCartney received the third Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song yesterday, an award that went to Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder in its previous years. He accepted the award from…   Read Story »
Here's Bono, taking the steam out of all the "Pump It Up" jokes everyone was making on first hearing about U2's overstuffed bag of sexy boots. This comes from last Wednesday's Season 2 premiere of…   Read Story »
The Roots and Elvis Costello are two tireless acts who are so in love with collaborating. These days you see Elvis join in jams on his Spectacle interview/performance show. Questo et al do it all the…   Read Story »
New episodes start 12/9 on Sundance Channel. This second season at the Apollo will feature Elvis' Q&A/performances with Bono and the Edge, Bruce Springsteen, Neko Case, Nick Lowe, Levon Helm, Ray…   Read Story »
You know when your parents are like, "What is that garbage you're listening to?" and turn down your Soulja Boy CD and try to turn you to on to some Bob Seger shit from before you were born? Parents…   Read Story »
Declan's been had pushing this track via myriad outlets in support of his latest T-Bone Burnett production Secret, Profane & Sugarcane, but this is its first time on network TV. The T-Bone co-written…   Read Story »
The Tonight Show's Triumph The Insult Comic Dog was everywhere at Bonnaroo '09 -- backstage, onstage, Tent City, the Discotheque Arcade, Scratch DJ Academy. We saw the puppet hound duet with animal…   Read Story »
By Scott Lapatine & Amrit Singh Sets from Jimmy Buffet and Bruce Springsteen bookended a day of mellow, familiar dadrock with more mass appeal than the inscrutable indie pop that dominated Friday.…   Read Story »