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Jethro Tull - We Used to Know (1969)

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Now for something a little less derivative, but certainly more borrowed. Apparently, The Eagles opened for Jethro Tull once. 31 more words

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CMC New Artist of the Month: Olivia Lane

Currently at No. 48 on the CMC Hot 75 Songs chart with “Steal Me Away” is Texas newcomer Olivia Lane.

Born with a nomad spirit to a vivacious mom who sang country music and loved Linda Ronstadt, Olivia Lane came into this world eager and ready to leap onto the stage. 358 more words

2014

Final Varsity Sports Results for the Week

Words: Giana Han

Football: On Friday, September 12, the Centennial football team lost to Oakland Mills 55-0.  This puts them at an in-county record of 0-2.  359 more words

Centennial High School

When Your Company Owns Madison Square Garden, Your Band Opens For The Eagles

If I was a billionaire CEO of a cable company, I’d buy an island in the South Pacific and get a house with one of those cool libraries with a ladder to reach higher shelves and dedicate myself to the art of cheesemaking. 391 more words

Foo Fighters Confirm Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard and The Eagles' Joe Walsh Among 'Sonic Highways' Guests

By Scott T. Sterling

In the initial announcement of the new Foo Fighters album, Sonic Highways, due on November 10 via Rockwell Recordings, word was that the record would be guest-heavy, as the collection was recorded in cities across America utilizing different studios and musicians local to that city. 89 more words

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Foo Fighters Confirm Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard and The Eagles' Joe Walsh Among 'Sonic Highways' Guests

By Scott T. Sterling

In the initial announcement of the new Foo Fighters album, Sonic Highways, due on November 10 via Rockwell Recordings, word was that the record would be guest-heavy, as the collection was recorded in cities across America utilizing different studios and musicians local to that city. 104 more words

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Foo Fighters Confirm Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard and The Eagles' Joe Walsh Among 'Sonic Highways' Guests

By Scott T. Sterling

In the initial announcement of the new Foo Fighters album, Sonic Highways, due on November 10 via Rockwell Recordings, word was that the record would be guest-heavy, as the collection was recorded in cities across America utilizing different studios and musicians local to that city. 104 more words

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