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The Beatles 'Let It Be': So Good They Ruined It for Everyone

The Lumineers' Wesley Schultz recalls the Beatles' influence on his band, perhaps most of all the Let It Be album, released 50 years ago this month and the subject of a forthcoming documentary.


Jared & The Mill: Western Expansion

The Phoenix sextet Jared & The Mill manages to be one of those rare outfits to stamp their distinctiveness, employing and expanding upon previously understated textures in Americana folk.


What the Folk? When the Traditional Becomes the Counter-Culture

The question of the ubiquity of folk revival is different from how long it will last. Instead, we could be asking whether the Lumineers and Mumford can tear down the establishment when they're in the mainstream.


Governors Ball 2013: Mud, Music and Finding Yeezus (Photos)

Torrential rains on the first day caused Friday to end early and left the Governors Ball grounds very very muddy. But throughout the weekend, music from Kanye, Cut Copy and several other bands made trudging through the sloppy field worthwhile.


The 2013 Grammys: Rating the Performances (video collection)

See all the night’s performances in order from best to worst.


Guessing the 2013 Grammys

It’s the Super Bowl of music, and we’re guessing who will be the MVPs.


Austin City Limits Music Festival 2012 in Review (Part 2)

The Austin City Limits Music festival boasts 130 bands on 8 stages across a three-day weekend. As any seasoned festival-goer knows, the task of taking in as many of those acts as possible is no small feat.

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The Lumineers: 19 April 2012 – Fairfield, CT

The Lumineers take their roots rock to Connecticut for the first time.

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