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T Bone Burnett Honored for Keeping True to Tradition
Producer T Bone Burnett may be best known for his appreciation of traditional music, such as the collection he pulled together for the mega-successful 'O Brother Where Art Thou' soundtrack or the music he co-wrote and produced for the hard-living, country wastrel Bad Blake in last year's Oscar-winni…
Sahara Smith — New Faces
Artist: Sahara Smith
Sounds Like: Norah Jones meets Alison Krauss
Hometown: Wimberley, Texas
Why We Dig Her: The dusky voice, haunting melodies and deeply textured lyrics of Sahara Smith certainly belie her 22 years. The Austin-born singer was just 15 when she placed second in a contest for young songw…
Gregg Allman Releasing First Solo Album in 14 Years
Founding member of the legendary Allman Brothers Band, Gregg Allman will release his first solo record in 14 years, January 18, 2011 on Rounder Records, the same label that reignited Robert Plant's solo career in recent years. Produced by T-Bone Burnett, 'Low Country Blues' (the coastal Georgia regi…
The Secret Sisters Revealed
The Secret Sisters, comprised of Laura and Lydia Rogers, arrive in stores with their self-titled debut album this week. The siblings teamed up with Grammy-winning producer T-Bone Burnett (of 'Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?' fame), along with Dave Cobb (Waylon Jennings, Jamey Johnson) to present this co…
T-Bone Burnett Introduces the Secret Sisters
The Secret is out -- The Secret Sisters, that is. T-Bone Burnett, the Grammy-winning producer behind 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' is presenting the new sister act on their highly-anticipated, self-titled opener on October 5. He is so excited and confident about these young ladies, that a n…
Bill Monroe Big Screen Movie in the Works
He developed the style of music known as bluegrass over a performing career that spanned 60 years. Often referred to as "The Father of Bluegrass," Bill Monroe is enshrined in both the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame...

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