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‘Shuckin the Corn’ by Todd Taylor and Mike Moody

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Banjoman Todd Taylor sent us this clip of him and Mike Moody performing “Shuckin the Corn.” Taylor is playing a Gretsch Roots G9420 Broadkaster “Supreme” Banjo.

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Switchfoot Comes Alive at Late Late Show

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The guys of Switchfoot recently stopped by The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson to perform “When We Come Alive,” a soaring track that comes off their latest album Fading West.

Check out Switchfoot in action below and click here for upcoming tour dates.

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Interpol Stay in the Shadows for ‘All the Rage Back Home’ Video

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Interpol’s latest video for “All the Rage Back Home” is an understated affair, with frontman Paul Banks largely sticking to the shadows in the minimalist clip.

All the while, the viewer sees serene images of a surfer riding the waves as the drums and post-punk guitar kick in.

“All the Rage Back Home” is on Interpol’s upcoming album El Pintor, which is scheduled to drop Sept. 9.  In the meantime, check out the video below.

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Crosby, Stills & Nash Appear on Fallon

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The legendary Crosby, Stills and Nash recently stopped by the set of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to play the classic tune “Teach Your Children.”

And that wasn’t all.  Earlier in the show, host Jimmy Fallon, who has been known to pull off some amazing impressions of musicians, came out dressed as Neil Young to play pop songstress Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.”   Who would eventually join Fallon but Stephen Stills, David Crosby and Graham Nash themselves, marking a pseudo-reunion of CSNY for the next-level cover.

Watch both performances below and click here for a list of Crosby, Stills and Nash’s summer tour dates.

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Watch Band of Skulls at Glastonbury

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Band of Skulls is always a lock for turning in an explosive performance on stage, and that was the case during their set at the recent Glastonbury Festival.

The BBC posted evidence of Band of Skulls in festival action, with a clip of the band rocking out the track “I Guess I Know You Fairly Well.”

The song comes off Band of Skulls’ 2014 album Himalayan, and you can watch the trio play it below.

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