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    Carrie Underwood Celebrates 10 Years at CMA Music Festival
    Carrie Underwood will perform at the 2015 CMA Music Festival, roughly 10 years after coming to Nashville after her American Idol win.
    Gibson Rocks CES Asia 2015
    The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Asia is happening this week, and Gibson is on hand to display its latest offerings in music and sound. Check out the new products here.
    My Morning Jacket Guitarists Talk Gibson
    Jim James, and Carl Broemel of My Morning Jacket about their favorite guitars, including their many Gibsons.
    The Story Behind Michael Angelo Batio's Gibson Quad Guitar
    Shred master Michael Angelo Batio tells the story behind his Gibson-created Quad Guitar.
    Faith No More Hit the Charts
    Faith No More’s comeback has high a high point as the band’s new album Sol Invictus begins to hit the album charts internationally, clocking in at Number 6 on the UK charts and Number 2 on Australia’s ARIA charts.
    The Rolling Stones Begin Zip Code Tour
    The Rolling Stones have begun their Zip Code tour of North America (if you don’t count last week’s warm-up at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood) with a 20-song set in San Diego.
    Chris Cornell Announces Solo Album
    Soundgarden frontman and Gibson signature artist Chris Cornell will release a new solo album titled Higher Truth in September, to be followed by a solo acoustic tour of Australia and New Zealand.
    Simply Red Frontman Shows Off Vintage Gibson
    Simply Red frontman Mick Hucknall has a home studio that lives up to his band name, decked out with a red carpet, Simply Red wine, red boots autographed by David Beckham - oh yeah, and a vintage red Gibson ES-345 with Trapeze tailpiece, Varitone switch and Parallelogram inlays.
    Rod Stewart’s New Album May Be His “His Most Topical Yet”
    In contrast to at least one early report, which indicated Rod Stewart had recorded a country album, his forthcoming record, Another Country, will instead apparently be an eclectic set that includes Celtic melodies, reggae and ska. In addition, the album might well end up being one of the most topical of Stewart’s career.
    Ian Curtis’s House to Become Joy Division Museum
    The former home of late Joy Division singer Ian Curtis will converted into a museum honoring the classic band, reports London’s The Guardian. Joy Division fan and entrepreneur Hadar Goldman purchased the house after fans failed in an attempt to buy the property in order to prevent developers from taking it. “Although I paid nearly double the asking price, I felt as if I had to get involved, especially after hearing the plight of fans who had failed to raise the necessary funds to buy the house owned and lived in by one of the musical heroes of my youth,” Goldman said.