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Emmylou Harris And Rodney Crowell Get The Old Band Together Again

The country legends discuss how Nashville has changed over the years and play songs from their latest collaborative album, Old Yellow Moon.

Dale Watson: A Honky-Tonk Man With An Outlaw Spirit

The Western swing veteran's latest album, El Rancho Azul, is filled with lighthearted drinking ballads and dance-hall toe-tappers.

The Thatcher Era's Effect On British Music

Journalist Stuart Maconie says Margaret Thatcher and her reforms inspired a wealth of music in the U.K. — the tone of which could be glowing or grim, depending on what part of the country the musicians were from.

Whose MP3s Are They, Anyway?

If you have a CD or book you don't want anymore, you can sell it. The law says that's perfectly legal. But what about an MP3 or an e-book? Can you legally resell your digital goods?

Johnny Cash's Columbia Catalog Out Now — As A 63-Disc Box Set

Cash spent half a century in the limelight as a country singer turned American icon. Between 1958, when he first recorded for Columbia, until 1986, when it didn't renew his contract, he recorded more than 50 singles and 60 albums for the label.

Moon Taxi On World Cafe

The Nashville band develops a distinct indie-prog-jazz-folk style on its new album, Cabaret.