Jeff Vrabel

Jimmy Buffett Goes Back To Roots For 'Hotel'

Jimmy Buffett / Aug. 11, 2009 / Indianapolis

Where Buffett goes so does summer; the lawn was pre-soaked by 20 minutes of reasonably sobering rain, but by the opening "Star Spangled Banner," not only were the skies blue but a sprawling, marvelous rainbow had materialized behind left field.
Bonnaroo's Top Ten Moments

Bonnaroo's Top Ten Moments

Billboard's correspondents pick the highlights of Bonnaroo 2009 from Trent Reznor's big announcement to Bruce Springsteen and Phish's jam.
Bruce Springsteen, Wilco Soar At Bonnaroo

Bruce Springsteen, Wilco Soar At Bonnaroo

On Saturday night, Bruce Springsteen found himself in a position he probably can't remember last being in: having to preach to the not necessarily converted.
Bruce Springsteen, Wilco Soar At Bonnaroo

Bruce Springsteen, Wilco Soar At Bonnaroo

Bruce Springsteen on Saturday night found himself in a position he probably can't remember last being in: having to preach to the not necessarily converted.
Bonnaroo Heats Up With Phish, Beastie Boys

Bonnaroo Heats Up With Phish, Beastie Boys

Day 2 at Bonnaroo: The rain held off but the heat didn't, Animal Collective and Phoenix made fans believe the hype, Public Enemy had them arguing otherwise, the Beastie Boys brought out a fellow New York MC to debut a new track and an energized Phish ended their night with "A Day In the Life."
Jimmy Buffett Goes Back To Roots For 'Hotel'

Stormy Bonnaroo Kicks Off, Jimmy Buffett Added To Lineup

As predicted throughout the week, the rains came down midway through opening night at Bonnaroo on Thursday, scattering campers, bringing the ponchos out early and cutting up the festival grounds into mud puddles on an otherwise temperate and diverse opening night.

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