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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - The Civil Wars
Making it the music business can be tough, and singer John Paul White of The Civil Wars is going to teach a class about the challenges at the University of North Alabama.
The future of the country duo The Civil Wars is in doubt, but not the group's popularity.
Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys is not such a lonely boy after all.
One of Michael Jackson's iconic single gloves sold for nearly $200,000 last week in Los Angeles, an auction house said Thursday.
While there still remain questions about the future of The Civil Wars, there's new music on the way.
Grammy-winning duo The Civil Wars have canceled their upcoming tour dates, citing irreconcilable differences.
Grammy-winning duo The Civil Wars are calling off their upcoming tour dates, citing irreconcilable differences.
Music was all around Jason Isbell as he grew up in northern Alabama.
What's up next for The Civil Wars after a tour de force at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival? Maternity leave.
Here's a question the members of the duo The Civil Wars have been contemplating a lot lately: What's the value of a star's tweet? Or two? Or three?
White told The Associated Press that after two songwriting sessions, "I finally got up the nerve to ask her out, as it were."
"There's something about this town, something about this center of gravity that pulls in so many musicians and writers and artists," John Paul White of The Civil Wars said backstage, while celebrating with duo partner Joy Williams. "There's something to that. I think sometimes this town gets a bit of a bad rap for the tourist trade. We've got more neon than people are accustomed to, but for us this is home. The things that we grew up loving came from here and those roots are still here. So there's a common thread that runs throughout. It's sort of like Mecca."