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Kacey Musgraves to take "Same Trailer..." on another outing this fall
Following an in-progress support run with Katy Perry, country music songstress Kacey Musgraves will embark on her own headlining schedule this fall.



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Trace Adkins, Alabama helm all-star tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd
Trace Adkins, Alabama, Gregg Allman and Charlie Daniels are among the musicians slated to commemorate rock icons Lynyrd Skynyrd later this year in a one-off celebration dubbed "One More For the Fans!"



More news: Jamey Johnson, Jason Isbell, John Hiatt, Warren Haynes, Peter Frampton, Charlie Daniels, Gregg Allman, Alabama, Trace Adkins, Lynyrd Skynyrd

Phish plots fall trek along West Coast
With their summer on the road nearing completion, jam-rockers Phish have firmed up a new fall outing of the West Coast.



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Robert Plant and the Sensational Shape Shifters head out behind new album
Robert Plant and the Sensational Shape Shifters will spend a little time on the tour trail in the coming weeks, drumming up support for a brand-new album entitled "Lullaby and...The Ceaseless Roar."



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Live Review: Gathering of the Vibes Music Festival
It's hard to determine who had a better 2014 Gathering of the Vibes -- the audience or the performers who poured out their talents across three stages during the four-day jam band festival at Bridgeport's Seaside Park.



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Lorde readies for fall run, curating latest "Hunger Games" soundtrack
Along with a forthcoming fall tour, pop superstar Lorde will spend time curating the soundtrack for the next installment of "The Hunger Games" franchise.



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Live Review: Amos Lee in Costa Mesa
Amos Lee is doing things the hard way on his current tour. And that should delight plenty of long-time fans as the late summer leg of his tour winds its way into October, because this one's packing a few surprises.



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Rascal Flatts cancel three northwest concerts due to illness
Rascal Flatts have cancelled three appearances on their in-progress "Rewind" outing in response to singer Gary LaVox's unexpected illness.



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Gov't Mule adds "20 Years Strong" dates ahead of Allman Brothers' final shows
Southern rock outfit Gov't Mule is celebrating the group's 20th anniversary with the "20 Years Strong" tour of the U.S. this fall, wrapping up just a couple weeks before the Allman Brothers' farewell.



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Sports News
Schilling: Tobacco led to my mouth cancer
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling revealed Wednesday for the first time the type of cancer he was battling -- squamous cell carcinoma, or mouth cancer -- and detailed the painful treatment and recovery process that caused him to lose 75 pounds.
Stewart to sit out Sprint Cup race at Bristol
Tony Stewart will not race Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee, the third Sprint Cup race he's skipped since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. during a sprint car race.
Doctors: Jim Kelly has no evidence of cancer
Doctors treating Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly for sinus cancer found "no evidence" of remaining cancer in a follow-up screening Tuesday.
Backup Manziel says he needs to earn way
Johnny Manziel acknowledged he's not ready to be the Browns' starting quarterback.
PAT misses increased during NFL preseason
Reviews have been mixed around the league for the NFL's experiment with longer kicks on extra points. Regardless, it appears there's a future for them.
Texans' Clowney exits practice after collision
Houston Texans rookie Jadeveon Clowney left practice against Denver Broncos following a collision in a 9-on-7 drill.
RG III vows he'll improve sliding technique
Robert Griffin III understands the fear, owing to a fan base's desire to keep him healthy -- and a coaching staff that wants the same.
Lions' Fairley admits weight led to demotion
Nick Fairley's weight is creeping up again for the Detroit Lions.
Ohio St. turns to 'meticulous' Barrett at QB
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is focusing on redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett to step into the void left by injured starer Braxton Miller.
Ex-ref asked off Redskins games due to name
Former NFL referee Mike Carey told The Washington Post that he requested not to work home or away games for the Washington Redskins since 2006 due to the team's controversial nickname.
Cowboys rise 36 percent to $3.2B, top Forbes list
The Dallas Cowboys haven't made the playoffs since 2009, yet somehow Jerry Jones' team has once again risen in value -- by 36 percent over last year -- to lead the Forbes NFL Team Values list, which was released Wednesday, at $3.2 billion.
Selig reiterates Athletics need new ballpark
Bud Selig will likely leave his tenure as baseball commissioner early next year with one unsettled situation that has him "frustrated."
Keisel returns to Steelers, signs 2-year deal
The Steelers and veteran defensive end Brett Keisel agreed to a two-year contract on Wednesday.
Pettine: Gordon's effort in loss disappointing
The Cleveland Browns did not like what they saw in wide receiver Josh Gordon on Monday night in the 24-23 loss to Washington.
Manziel extends middle finger to Redskins
Browns quarterabck Johnny Manziel extended his middle finger toward the Washington Redskins bench after a third-quarter incompletion during Monday night's preseason game.