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Jason Crabb wins second career Grammy award for 'Unexpected' Special

On February 10, Christian recording artist Jason Crabb has a major reason to celebrate. He took home his second career Grammy award.

Op-Ed: Jason Crabb should win Grammy award for 'Best Roots Gospel Album'

The 2019 Grammy award ceremony will take place next month, and Jason Crabb ought to win the "Best Roots Gospel Album" category.

Review: Inner strength and determination permeate this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the return of a cult movie legend; one of the year’s best comedies; the reimagining of an epic story; the feature debut of a rising director; and an unbelievable underdog tale.

Interview: Parmalee talks 'Roots' single, new CD, Merle Haggard Special

Wantagh - All four members from the country group Parmalee sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to their show at Mulcahy's on April 22 in Wantagh.

Review: Adam Ezra Group shines on 'Better Than Bootleg, Vol. 2' album Special

Adam Ezra Group released their new album "Better Than Bootleg, Vol. 2" on January of 2015, featuring Ezra's strong lead vocals.

Review: Daniel Lee shows us his 'Roots' on new country album Special

Country-rocker Daniel Lee released his debut studio album "Roots" on July 22, via his record label, Average Joes Entertainment, and it is hardcore country.

Review: The Last Hombres back with new album 'Odd Fellows Rest' Special

Roots and rock group, The Last Hombres, released their brand new album "Odd Fellows Rest" on June 24, which is worth more than just a passing glance.

'Reading Rainbow' $1-million Kickstarter goal reached in a day

An emotional LeVar Burton reaches out to express his gratitude on Youtube when his campaign to bring back Reading Rainbow hits its goal of $1 million in only a day.

Singer Matthew Patrick talks about new EP 'Yard Sale' Special

Roots rock and reggae musician Matthew Patrick chatted about his new EP "Yard Sale," which features the song "Fly" and "Howl at the Moon."

Whites-only legal notice has Massachusetts residents furious

New Bedford - A law firm ran an ad for a foreclosed property recently that stated "whites only" in the property description which has set off a flurry of protests and complaints from both blacks and whites who were offended by the illegal, racist and discriminatory ad.

Jimmy Fallon Introduces Video Blog, House Band

When he takes over the "Late Night" show in March, Jimmy Fallon will be polishing the show with a new youth-oriented shine: he debuted a daily video blog and gave viewers a sneak peek into his house band. Read on to find out what popular band NBC chose.

O’Bama’s Irish Roots on Viral Video

This catchy video by Hardy Drew and Nancy Boys went viral last week. Obama does have Irish roots through his great, great grandfather. The Irish are very proud of Obama’s way with words, which naturally confirms Obama’s Irish ancestry.

Plant Roots An Underground Story

An international group of European and US scientists led by the Centre for Plant Integrative Biology at The University of Nottingham have uncovered a fascinating new insight into the unseen side of plant biology, the root.

Plant Roots May Become Biofactories

What is pretty and purple and a possible source of medicines, food flavorings and other commercial products. If you said the periwinkle you would be correct. Rice University bio-engineers have release a report that is leading them to this possibility.

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Roots and rock band Adam Ezra Group
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 We’ve been focusing on figuring out how to play these songs live   says Brad Barr (far left) of t...
"We’ve been focusing on figuring out how to play these songs live," says Brad Barr (far left) of the songs on 'Sleeping Operator.' "In that process, each night of this last tour they’ve grown in different ways. We do leave a lot of room to improvise, and a lot of room to breathe and to let them discover themselves."
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