See Sheryl Crow’s Video for Sandy Hook Tribute ‘The Dreaming Kind’

Sheryl Crow has unveiled her poignant new video for "The Dreaming Kind," which the singer penned to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the tragic Sandy Hook shooting.

"The tragedy in Newtown 5 years ago and the countless lives lost in mass shootings since have weighed heavily on my heart," Crow wrote of

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Chicago’s Terry Kath: Inside the Life and Tragic Death of an Unsung Guitar Hero

Michelle Kath Sinclair still has a vivid memory of her father, original Chicago guitarist Terry Kath, who died nearly 40 years ago when she was only about two. She and her parents were traveling in a boat near a Wisconsin lodge owned by her grandparents. "I was on my mom's lap," she tells Rolling Stone. "[My father] was

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Net Neutrality: How a Repeal Could Kill the Careers of Indie Musicians

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on whether or not to repeal Net Neutrality, a decision about Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that could impact – among so many other pillars of our country's modern democracy – the future of music. And independent musicians, those who run a mainly DIY operation, are poised to be hurt the most.

Thanks to the current

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