See Loretta Lynn, Nikki Lane’s Friendly ‘Don’t Come Home a-Drinkin”
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Nashville Renaissance woman Nikki Lane has been making the stops on the national TV circuit in promotion of her third record, Highway Queen, which came out in February. But on Saturday’s CBS This Morning, the native South Carolinian released a special treat along with the First Lady of Country Music, Loretta Lynn, performing the latter’s Number One “Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Loretta Lynn, Nikki Lane’s Friendly ‘Don’t Come Home...

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Watch Eerie Trailer of New Horror-Thriller ‘It Comes at Night’
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The trailer for Trey Edward Shults’ new horror film, It Comes at Night, opens with an armed man (Joel Edgerton) questioning a stranger bound to a tree, desperate for answers about an unknown threat. “I just wanna talk, and I want honest answers,” he tells the captive. “Do you have any idea what’s going on out there?” The post-apocalyptic tone deepens from there, as the protagonist decides to let the man’s family stay at his house. He spells out a series...

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Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan to Perform at 2017 CMT Music Awards
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CMT has announced its host and first wave of performers for the 2017 CMT Music Awards. Nashville star Charles Esten will host the annual salute to country-music videos, set for June 7th in Nashville. This marks Esten’s first time as emcee. Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Thomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge are all slated to perform, with more artists to be announced. The CMT Awards are country music’s most irreverent awards, more in line with MTV’s Video Music Awards...

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Fyre Festival Organizers Sued in $100 Million Fraud, Breach of Contract Suit
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One of the survivors of the disastrous Fyre Festival in the Bahamas has filed a $100 million class action lawsuit against co-founders Billy McFarland and Ja Rule (real name Jeffrey Atkins), accusing the duo of subjecting festivalgoers to “dangerous conditions” at a luxury festival that organizers allegedly knew was doomed. In a legal complaint obtained by Rolling Stone, the suit claims that “this outrageous failure to prepare, coupled with Defendants’ deliberate falsehoods in promoting the island...

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Green Juice Gummy Bears Are Here For You Faux Fitness Freaks
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We kid you not. Perhaps the best thing to happen to fake health-conscious people since gummy vitamins, candy maker Sugarfina, home of the Rosé Gummy Bears, those sweet treats that got you and everyone you know all hot and bothered last summer, has just come out with a line of “Green Juice” Bears.  A collaboration with Pressed Juicery, these little guys are packed with apple, lemon, ginger, and greens. With no artificial colors or flavors, they’re also, if you can believe it, fat free,...

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Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Damn.’: Inside the Making of the Number One LP
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When it came to a new Kendrick Lamar track called “Lust,” producer DJ Dahi thought work had been wrapped. After all, he’d heard an early incarnation built around BadBadNotGood, the Canadian jazz-fusion band, and then watched as the track went through change after change over two months. “It’s a little unorthodox in the way it flows and changes,” says Dahi (a.k.a. Dacoury Natche), the L.A. producer whose work was showcased on Lamar’s “Money Trees” in 2012. “When you first hear...

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The Last Word: Sheryl Crow on Keith Richards, Motherhood, Trump Fears
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Sheryl Crow still lives in Nashville, but she’s way over her flirtation with that town’s reigning genre, which lasted for all of one album. The process of promoting 2013’s Feels Like Home – which she refers to as her “mega-country” record – soured her on the country biz, and led her back to her actual musical home: the rootsy, tuneful crunch of her early albums. For the just-released Be Myself, she re-enlisted longtime co-writer Jeff Trott and mixer/engineer Tchad Blake,...

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8 Things You Should Never Do In Brooklyn
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Welcome to Brooklyn, the better borough. It’s a glorious, multifaceted place indeed, but whether you’re just visiting a friend for the night or have made the move yourself, there are some guidelines we suggest you stick to if you want to survive....

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A mural of Michelle Obama in Chicago ignited controversy this 7 days pursuing allegations that it copies a function shared on online Gallery with no crediting or having to pay the first artist. The situation exemplifies the potential risks artists confront when posting perform online, the place images can very easily be taken and used in violation of the unique creatorâs legal rights. Statistics: Posted by Rayporma — Mon May 01, 2017 4:08...

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