The Myth of Elvis Presley

The Myth of Elvis Presley

By John Hansen

7 Jul 2015 // 2:02 AM

Rock critic Greil Marcus holds that Elvis' songs are simply a facade. But is there not a creative person behind the facade? Is it all such a facade after all?...

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Ashley Monroe Is on Her Biggest Winning Streak Yet

By Erin Stevenson

6 Jul 2015 // 2:02 AM

Country music star Ashley Monroe gets up close and personal, discussing the emotional rollercoaster that went into creating her latest release, The Blade along with her creative process and her role within the music business....

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A Crooked and Unseen Highway: lowercase - "You're a King"

// Sound Affects

"Like too many great bands, Lowercase have never received their full due. Ragged, deeply, sometimes even awkwardly, personal music like theirs typically becomes the property of small but passionate fanbases.

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