John Prine

Swedish metal band Ghost, comedian Nate Bargatze coming to Resch Center; Tommy Prine, son of John Prine, to play Backstage at Meyer

The spectacle that is a Ghost concert is coming to the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon. The Grammy Award-winning Swedish theatrical rock band will wrap up a late summer leg of its Imperatour with a performance at 7 p.m. Sept. 23. The month-long trek in support of the group's fifth album, "Impera," kicks off Aug. 26. ...
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Dr. BLT, The Song Shrink: Johnny Cash meets John Prine in an ever expanding catalog

Cake’s 2001 music video for “Short Skirt/Long Jacket” was up for a Breakthrough Video award at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards due to its creative use of taped reactions. The video’s producers let random people on the street listen to the song on headphones, and then included their assessments of the music in the finished video. One of the participants was Bruce L. Thiessen, a psychologist who could often be found busking, acoustic guitar in hand, on the streets of Sacramento.

New John Anderson Tribute Album Features John Prine, Sturgill Simpson, Ashley McBryde, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, & More

A new tribute album dedicated to country performer John Anderson is in the works. Out Aug. 5, Something Borrowed, Something New: A Tribute To John Anderson is produced by Dan Auerbach and David Ferguson and features contributions from Brothers Osborne, Tyler Childers, Eric Church, Brent Cobb, Luke Combs, Sierra Ferrell, Sierra Hull, Jamey Johnson, Ashley McBryde, Del McCoury, Nathaniel Rateliff, Sturgill Simpson, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, and the late John Prine. Along with the news is an album cut: Welch & Rawlings’ rendition of “I Just Came Home To Count The Memories,” which also gets the music video treatment.

Kelsey Waldon Sings About John Prine and Getting High on New Album ‘No Regular Dog’

Click here to read the full article. Kelsey Waldon’s new song “Sweet Little Girl” opens with a dramatic introduction from Jim Lauderdale, who intones, “All the way from Monkey’s Eyebrow, Kentucky, here’s Kelsey Waldon.” And with that, she’s off, delivering a country music tale of hard living, self-medicating, and yearning for home. “I’m gonna drink myself drunk/I’m gonna get myself high/anything just to make the time pass by,” Waldon sings in “Sweet Little Girl,” the first taste of the songwriter’s upcoming album No Regular Dog, out Aug. 12. Her second album for Oh Boy Records and fourth LP overall, No Regular...