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  1. Marcus Mumford, Elvis Costello, Johnny Depp Help Bring Dylan's Lost Lyrics to Life in Concert

    4:32 pm 11/14/2014

    T Bone Burnett hosted the impromptu performance at Hollywood's Montalban TheatreRead more

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  2. Best of 2013: Top 10 Albums

    11:54 am 12/28/2013

    The country charts might have ignored the girls of the genre this past year, but not music critic Chris Willman.Read more

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  3. Dawes Brings Laurel Canyon Vibe to the Wiltern with Laid-Back Homecoming Gig: Concert Review

    4:45 pm 12/16/2013

    L.A.'s favored sons deliver a show that straddles the line between indie acoustics and amphitheater-ready anthems.Read more

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  4. The Killers Enlist Owen Wilson, Dawes for 'Christmas in L.A.' Holiday Song (Video)

    8:00 am 12/3/2013

    The Las Vegas rockers release their eighth straight Christmas single with all proceeds benefiting (RED) in the fight against AIDS. Read more

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  5. Dawes Goes Its Own Way With New Self-Released Album 'Stories Don't End' (Q&A)

    3:31 pm 4/10/2013

    After a two-album deal with ATO, Los Angeles' favorite folk-rock band looked at its audience, crunched the numbers and decided management company Q Prime had resources as good as any label.Read more

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  6. Singer Throws Tantrum, Rock Star Gets Testy: 15 Things Seen and Heard at SXSW Music

    7:00 am 3/19/2013

    Erykah Badu surprises Sonos Studio crowd, Wayne Coyne talks his way in to see Justin Timberlake, Depeche Mode party and other noteworthy happenings witnessed by THR writers at South by Southwest.Read more

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  7. SXSW: Dawes Bring a Taste of Topanga to Austin

    4:43 pm 3/13/2013

    "Time spent in Los Angeles" has helped hone the band's throwback sound. They play South By Southwest in advance of new album, "Stories Don't End," out in April. Read more

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  8. Dawes Score VH1 ‘You Oughta Know’ Slot (Video)

    5:33 pm 9/26/2011

    With prime placement from MTV’s sister channel, the California folk-rockers -- now managed by Q Prime -- hope to get a big boost. Says frontman Taylor Goldsmith: "We're a considerably unestablished band, and the only way that's going to change is by not leaving people alone."Read more

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