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8 Artists Jack White Should Produce: Lorde, Foo Fighters, And More

When news broke this week that Jack White was possibly interested in producing the next Libertines album, it made perfect sense, since The Libertines' garage rock sound is just the sort of thing that White is known for. Here are some other artists ...

Elvis Costello Sings Bob Dylan: 'Married To My Hack' From The New Basement Tapes Revealed [LISTEN]

Last week, we got the Jim James-fronted "Nothing To It," and now it's Elvis Costello's turn. The venerable rocker churned out a bluesy version of "Married To My Hack," featuring some help from backup vocalist Rhiannon Giddens.

5 Albums Named After Lyrics By Other Bands: Steely Dan, Spoon, And More

One of my favorite types of album titles are those that are taken from the album's lyrics, but these five artists took a slightly different approach. Instead of naming their album after one of their own lyrics, they named their album after a lyric by ...

Bob Dylan Announces Fall Tour Dates Of North America [FULL SCHEDULE]

Bob Dylan has just announced the next leg of his Never Ending Tour, which is set to kick off on Oct. 17 in Seattle and end on Dec. 2 in New York City. In eight cities on the North American tour (Seattle, Los Angeles, Oakland, Minneapolis, Chicago, ...

Bob Dylan To Release Complete 'Basement Tapes' Sessions In Six-Disc Box Set

Bob Dylan and The Band's legendary The Basement Tapes is one of the most revered albums in rock history, a rough collection of basement-recorded originals, covers, and traditional songs that helped popularize Americana music. Though the original 1975 ...

Steve Lowenthal Talks New Book 'Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey'

"This is not rock 'n' roll. It's not pop music. It's not folk music; it's this sort of transcendental guitar music," Steve Lowenthal emphatically tells me over the phone. And, indeed, his new book, Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey, details the ...

My Morning Jacket's Jim James Sings Bob Dylan-Written 'Nothing To It,' Featuring Elvis Costello And Marcus Mumford [LISTEN]

As reported back in March, an all-star group of musicians including Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford, and My Morning Jacket's Jim James teamed up to record two dozen songs featuring previously unreleased Bob Dylan lyrics. Today, the album's full ...

14 Album Covers With An Illustration Of The Artist: The Beatles, OutKast, And More

Sure, a photograph of the artist is probably the simplest route to take when designing an album cover, but a painting or a drawing can sometimes proves to be far stranger. Here are 14 album covers with an illustration of the artist.

Johnny Depp Contributes To 'Lost' Bob Dylan Collection With Marcus Mumford, Elvis Costello, More

Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes is a yet-to-be-released collection of songs based on 'lost' Bob Dylan lyrics from the singer's 1967 Basement Tapes sessions. The list of musicians performing songs is long and impressive, but there's one name ...

8 Albums Named After Their Cover Songs: Cyndi Lauper, Bruce Springsteen, And More

When you put a cover song on an album of otherwise original music, it's typically the sort of thing that's tucked away somewhere deep into the tracklisting and not really highlighted. However, these artists felt that their cover songs were so ...

8 Duets We Don't Want To Hear: Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, And More

With the upcoming releases of Smokey Robinson's duets album (Smokey & Friends) and a collaborative album between Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett (Cheek To Cheek), it seems like duets have become pretty popular recently. Though Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's ...

Smokey Robinson Shares Elton John Duet, 'Tracks Of My Tears' [LISTEN]

Motown legend Smokey Robinson has shared the opening track from his upcoming duets album Smokey & Friends, a reinterpretation of the classic Miracles song “The Tracks of My Tears” featuring Elton John. You can check it out right now over at ...

Ranking Albums Recorded at Nippon Budokan, from Bob Dylan to Cheap Trick, Blur, Ozzy Osbourne and More

Music Times looks at six albums from huge performers that have recorded live records at the historic Tokyo music venue.

Bob Dylan-Inspired Hotel Opens In Woodstock, New York

A hotel inspired by Bob Dylan's life recently opened in Woodstock, New York, just a few miles from where the singer used to record on Route 28 with The Band and close to the namesake festival that took place there in 1969, Billboard reports.

6 Great Songs Originally Done In Different Styles: The Beatles, Carly Rae Jepsen, And More

Some chord progressions, lyrics, and melodies just lend themselves to a particular style of music, but sometimes an artist plays around with a few different styles before finding one that fits the song best. Here are six great songs that were ...

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