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Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary Florence and the Machine, Spoon, Betty Who, Brandi Carlile, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Shakey Graves, Christopher Denny, & Awolnation

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Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Florence and the Machine, Spoon, Betty Who, Brandi Carlile, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Shakey Graves, Christopher Denny, & Awolnation
Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Florence and the Machine, Spoon, Betty Who, Brandi Carlile, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Shakey Graves, Christopher Denny, & Awolnation

Photographer Chris Jorgensen has once again set up shot at Bonnaroo, a four-day, multi-stage camping festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. Each day we’ll be posting some of his up-close-and-personal shots of the bands, the fans, and the press events.

Grammy 2014 Winner Predictions

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Grammy 2014 Winner Predictions
Grammy 2014 Winner Predictions

Starting tomorrow, we’ll predict the winners in all four General Field categories of the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, airing Sunday night on CBS. To kick things off, though, here are our thoughts on some of the smaller categories:

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: If this category is indeed meant to honor performance and collaboration, it’s hard to argue with the crossover synergy of Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell’s “Blurred Lines,” whereby Pharrell supplies the Marvin Gaye sample (plus those all-important head-bobs), while Thicke brings the yelps, grunts, and falsetto blue-eyed R&B flourishes that critics have admired for a full decade, even as Thicke failed to drop a #1 single. That single is here, and we suspect it means Thicke will be taking home at least one tchotchke on Grammy night. Ted Scheinman