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Cody Johnson $13.74      Railroad Earth $29.69      Crowder $25.70      "Monster Energy Outbreak Tour" $20.64      The Australian Bee Gees Show $38.36      Bryan Adams $59.50      Odesza $24.26      Justin Townes Earle $24.57      Darius Rucker $44.86      Nahko And Medicine For The People $20.25      SoMo $24.67      Fifth Harmony $33.23      Lotus $27.70      Pepper $29.28      Jeff Dunham $74.71      Kip Moore $31.18      Falling In Reverse $22.26      Home Free $30.65      Luke Bryan $51.50      Counting Crows $54.74      Tedeschi Trucks Band $54.36      Jim Brickman $39.86      Lindsey Stirling $34.42      One Direction $84.06      Trace Adkins $49.04      Enrique Iglesias $84.01      Above & Beyond $48.11      Mary Chapin Carpenter $47.94      Rubblebucket $18.04      Bruno Mars $80.16      Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox $25.05      St. Paul And The Broken Bones $20.15      Smallpools $16.05      The Ghost Inside $17.96      Keys N Krates $19.40      Rising Appalachia $17.91      Atmosphere $24.96      Ingrid Michaelson $31.92      Bleachers $25.46      The New Pornographers $28.83      Casting Crowns $28.98      Journey $66.12      Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band $84.56      Pierce The Veil $29.71      Gaither Vocal Band $28.41      Lewis Black $54.78      The Devil Wears Prada $19.70      ThePianoGuys $49.54      SuicideGirls $24.38      Ariana Grande $48.36      
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News & Views

08:01 AM Tuesday 1/13/09 | |

Edinburgh Festival, Phoebe Snow, mashups vs copyright and vinyl on the radio in News. John Legend, Metallica, Bryan Adams, Delta Goodrem, Sam Roberts Band and The Fray in Views.

News …

Is Edinburgh Festival looking for a government bailout? - The Guardian U.K.

Mashups and copyright laws - something's gotta give - ZDNet

It's all vinyl, all day for L.A. radio station on January 21 - Los Angeles Times / Pop & Hiss (registration may be required)

Phoebe Snow does the Q&A - Women On The Web

Views …

John Legend in Oakland - " … took a dramatic approach to the stage, walking from the back of the theater, through the crowd like some heavyweight fighter entering the ring." - San Jose Mercury News (registration may be required)

Metallica in Milwaukee - " … roars with blend of energy and aggression." - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Bryan Adams in Mobile - "The energy level was perhaps even more impressive given that on Adams' current tour he plays strictly acoustic guitar." - Press-Register / al.com

Sam Roberts Band in Vancouver - "Opening with the title track from last year's Love At The End of the World, Roberts and his beguilingly enthusiastic band left little doubt as to why they're so revered from coast to coast." - The Vancouver Sun

Delta Goodrem in Adelaide "Opening the show with her hit 'Believe Again,' Goodrem looked every bit the princess, styled in a specially designed Bowie dress." - The Advertiser / AdelaideNow

The Fray in Toronto - "While there are several adjectives to describe The Fray's sold-out concert Monday night at Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre, the one which keeps coming to mind is enlightening." - Toronto Sun

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Liz Anderson is 79
Rip Taylor is 75
Trevor Rabin is 55
Fred White is 54
Graham "Suggs" McPherson (Madness) is 48

  • Trace Adkins

    There's a whole lotta shakin' going on when Trace Adkins opens the CMT Awards show at The Curb Event Center in Nashville.
    April 10, 2006

    (AP Photo)

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Trace Adkins is 47


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