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December 23, 2010 …
June 15, 2010 To get a break from the Tennessee heat, Bonnaroo bands gathered in Jeremiah Weed's Backyard, a down-home hangout featuring lawn games, BBQ, and cocktails made with Jeremiah Weed's vodkas and bourbons.
Check out video interviews below with French popsters Phoenix, who talked about the evolution of their songs since they kicked off their 2009 U.S. …
June 15, 2010 The ninth annual Bonnaro Music & Arts Festival ended Sunday night with closing performer Dave Matthews. Check out what happened in Manchester, Tennessee, by the numbers, below. …
June 14, 2010 BEST CHARISMA: MIRANDA LAMBERTShe sang about "holding up my smoking gun" ("Kerosene"). She gloated to the nice girls: "But we got a lot in common you will see / We're just like you, only prettier" ("Only Prettier"). Her witty abrasiveness was probably a slight culture shock to the many country neophytes at Bonnaroo on Sunday, but Miranda Lambert was charming enough to win them over. …
June 14, 2010 This year's Bonnaroo, with a lineup that veered deeper than ever into indie, hip-hop, and country, left Dave Matthews Band with the burden of waving the festival's jam band flag, filling the oft-jammy Sunday night anchor slot on the What stage with a set that reminded some 50,000 people more about how DMB got there than why they're worth paying attention to in 2010.
"It smells good here," Matthews quipped in his goofy drawl. …
June 14, 2010 The That tent was the unofficial home of country music on Sunday, with Jamey Johnson, Kris Kristofferson, and Miranda Lambert going back-to-back-to-back, but Johnson's band was the one of the three that revealed an edge, like they had something to prove.
Hitting the stage looking like nervous-energy extras from an episode of Intervention's Meth Mountain, they kept the large gathering spellbound over the next hour and 15 minutes with th …
June 13, 2010 Perhaps the loftiest praise Jay-Z could receive for Saturday's prodigious gig at Bonnaroo's What stage was that he didn't miss Beyonce (who was spotted on site, but didn't perform) and that he wasn't overshadowed by Stevie Wonder (who'd wowed the crowd on the same stage a couple of hours prior).
Rather, Jay made a boisterous case that every major worldwide music festival should probably keep him on retainer as headliner for the foresee …
June 13, 2010 Nowadays, Weezer's Rivers Cuomo squanders the majority of his genius on KISS-lite arena riffs and regressive rhymes about malls and homies (see: 2009's Raditude and the preceding two albums), but his musical prowess isn't dead; it's just dormant.
Cuomo has jumped deeply down the rabbit hole of his current endeavor, which is to subvert the brilliant introspection of Weezer's Blue Album and Pinkerton albums (the crux of their fame) into …
June 13, 2010 Stevie Wonder promised the Bonnaroo crowd "some song-travelin" Saturday night and that's exactly what they got. …
June 13, 2010 WORST EVERYTHING: GWARIt's the highest compliment we could pay the legendary shock-metal band. …
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