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'Hard Times': Why Sheryl Crow believes America needs to watch Ken Burns' new 'Country Music' film

'Hard Times': Why Sheryl Crow believes America needs to watch Ken Burns' new 'Country Music' film

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Noted filmmaker Ken Burns traces the history of Country Music -- along with the history of America -- in his new sixteen-hour documentary that premieres Sunday on PBS.

For Nashville-based rocker Sheryl Crow, its a connection thats easy to see.

"I think the journey of country artists and the journey of American musicians at large paints an incredible picture of who we were at our best and ...

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'Friends' co-creator talks titles, pants, and "PIVOT"

'Friends' co-creator talks titles, pants, and "PIVOT"

A "Friends" fan PIVOTS at Friends25 popup in NYC/ABC Radio(NEW YORK) -- With the upcoming 25th anniversary of Friends, Entertainment Weeklys new issue is looking back at the sitcom with co-creator David Crane.

"We always felt that the strength of the show was that it wasnt just jokes," Crane says. "It was really about caring about these six people in an emotional way, even when it was funny...

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On This Day in Music History: Monday, May 20, 2019
May 20, 1990: Clint Black was at #1 on the country chart with his debut album Killin' Time. The album with the success of its first four singles, ("A Better Man", "Walking Away", "Nobody's Home", and "Killin' Time"), was a huge hit upon release, and established Black as one of the biggest new stars in country music.

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