For "Happy Idiot," the first video from TV on the Radio's upcoming fifth album Seeds, the group has enlisted Paul Reubens as "Racer Steven" and Doctor Who actress Karen Gillan for what singer Tunde Adebimpe described as a "full-on geekfest in the desert."
George Jones is getting his own museum. The man often regarded as the greatest country music singer of all-time will be celebrated and remembered with the George Jones Museum, a new facility set to open in downtown Nashville.
During the recent Americana Music Festival in Nashville, Jim Lauderdale was positively everywhere.
He hosted the Americana Music Association's annual awards show at the Ryman Auditorium, something he has done since the inaugural ceremony in 2002...
Adele is one of the most acclaimed soul singers of her generation. But now she's earned major "Respect" from the all-time greatest, Aretha Franklin, who's shared her cover version of "Rolling in the Deep." Franklin gives the 2011 smash a fiery makeover, tossing off melismatic vocal runs and even incorporating the chorus from Marvin Gaye and...
Carrie Underwood is once again wearing her faith on her musical sleeve.
It's been nine years since the country superstar released "Jesus, Take the Wheel," the Grammy-winning, double-platinum-selling song that spent six weeks at Number One...
Posted: September 29th, 2014 U.S. Forest Service officials report that the continued recovery work on burned scarred areas has prompted the closure of Mills Canyon Road. A six-mile stretch of Mills Canyon Road No. 5200 will be closed weekdays while Burned Area Emergency Response crews conduct recovery operations. Mills Canyon Road also connects with the Entiat Valley Road approximately 3 miles west of Entiat. Forest officials say crews will be cleaning culverts and improving road drainage. The closure started Monday and will last through October 13th.
Posted: September 29th, 2014 It may be a matter of time before millions more sockeye salmon flow through the Columbia River following Saturday's inauguration a 10.5 million dollar hatchery in Penticton, Canada. Officials with the Chelan and Grant County PUDs, Canadian and Colville tribal leaders along with Canadian Government were on hand during the ceremony. Paid for by the Chelan and Grant County PUDs for the purpose of meeting their federal obligations, the project supplements sockeye runs in the cross-border Okanogan River and Canada's Skaha Lake. Chelan PUD Spokeswoman Suzanne Hartman the scope of the project is huge. Operations at the hatchery will begin in October.
Posted: September 29th, 2014 Help in the form of low interest loans are now available through the Small Business Administration to those seeking reprieve from the ill-effects caused by summer wildfires, entrepreneur or not. Loans with interest rates under three-percent are accessible to qualified businesses and residents in Okanogan, Chelan, Douglas, Ferry, Grant, Lincoln, Skagit and Whatcom counties. Governor Spokeswoman Jamie Smith says the state reached out to the SBA after disaster relief for individuals was denied. Loan funding available will help repair or replace disaster-related damages including primary residences, personal property such as clothing, furniture, cars and appliances as well as machinery, equipment, fixtures and inventory. SBA representatives will be on hand at Disaster Loan Outreach Centers in Pateros and Twisp to answer questions about SBA's disaster loan program. For more about SBA assistance programs, visit sba.gov/disaster.