Andrew Wendowski

Gregg Allman of The Allman Brothers Dead at 69

The legendary singer and songwriter, keyboardist and one of the founding members of THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND, Gregg Allman has passed away at age 69. He was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 1999 and underwent a liver transplant in 2010. He “passed away peacefully at his home in Savannah, Georgia,” according to a statement on Gregg Allman’s official website, noting that the …

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Eric Church Owns Bridgestone Arena + Sets Attendance Record w/ 18,996

Eric Church fans have come to expect a transcendent experience when they attend one of his concerts. Friday night at Bridgestone Arena – the first of a two-night, sold-out hometown stand that wraps the Holdin’ My Own Tour – Church built a record crowd into a frenzy with the help of the East Nashville Magnet High School Choir as he …

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Twenty One Pilots Frontman Tyler Joseph Falls Off Piano; Continues Performance

Twenty One Pilots’ frontman Tyler Joseph fell on stage during their performance of “Holding On To You,” at Hangout Festival and wasn’t injured but did make a joke and epic recovery on stage to continue the performance without it looking like a glitch in his performance. “When I go home, I sit at a computer with my father, and we …

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CITIZEN ZERO Premieres New Live Music Video For Their Song, “Home” Hitting The Road With Black Stone Cherry

Detroit rockers, Citizen Zero are thrilled to unveil the live music video for their latest song, “Home” with a live orchestra and choir. Watch the live music video for “Home” below. “Home” Is off their debut album, State of Mind.  The album is out now and currently available at iTunes, Amazon and Spotify. Josh LeMay says, “Detroit is our home. …

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Wage War Chats about Forthcoming Record Deadweight, “I Feel like we spent a lot more time on this record making it”

Wage War sat down and chatted with PopCultureMadness.com‘s partner TheRockRevival.com at Rock On The Range to chat about their latest album Deadweight coming out August 4th and their debut album, Blueprints. The band said “I Feel like we spent a lot more time on this record making it, making it a band effort. Our first record we have like two week to …

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GUNS N’ ROSES Announce Additional “Not In This Lifetime” Tour Dates

GUNS N’ ROSES have announced another round of North American tour dates for 2017, announcing fifteen additional dates of the “Not In This Lifetime Tour.” Tickets for the new Stadium and Arena dates go on sale to the general public starting Saturday, June 3rd. Exclusive GUNS N’ ROSES VIP packages available for North American dates at vipnation.com. Citi is the official pre-sale credit card …

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Luke Bryan Announces 2017 Farm Tour Dates with Jon Pardi

Luke Bryan has announced his latest tour adventures, which are actually happening on farms through the midwest. The Farm Tour is Bryan’s annual tour where he will perform on a farm for several different dates throughout the midwest. Joining him on the road for this year’s Farm Tour is Jon Pardi. The first date of the Farm Tour 2017 is set to kick off …

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Ascend Amphitheater Hosting Free Nightly Concerts During CMA Fest 2017

Country music fans that are heading out to the 2017 CMA Music Festival in June will have even more music to see and for FREE. This time at the Ascend Amphitheater, which CMA has announced a series of free nightly concerts set to happen during the yearly festival. The Cracker Barrel Country Roads Stage, which will be located inside of …

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Eric Church’s “Holdin’ My Own Tour” Finale Weekend: 2-night Nashville blowout + reopens pop-up store

Having played 60 shows in just four months, Eric Church will end his tour with two sold-out shows at Nashville, Tennessee’s Bridgestone Arena this Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27. The final two cap-off his cross-continent, completely sold-out Holdin’ My Own Tour. The double-set/sans-opener show will deliver three+ hours of music pulling from Church’s full discography. The No. 1 …

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Brett Young Makes History with Platinum-Certification

BRETT YOUNG continues to be a trailblazer in the Country format becoming the only artist to reach RIAA PLATINUM-certification status for a song released this year with his current single “In Case You Didn’t Know.” Co-written alongside Tyler Reeve, Kyle Schlienger and Trent Tomlinson, the smash hit is the chart-topping entertainer’s first single to reach the one million sales mark. Brett joins superstar artists Ed Sheeran, Future, The Chainsmokers and Katy Perry …

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