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AN ASTRONOMICAL
HITS LIST
Things are looking up. (5/13a)
IS WEATHERLY RETURNING TO KROQ?
Bingenheimer won't be part of the deal, sources say. (5/13a)
SONG REVENUE:
SPRING FEVER
A cash clash of the titans (5/13a)
SPOTIFY WAVES THE ITALIANO FLAG
He does a touching karaoke rendition of "Volare." (5/13a)
SPIRIT OF LIFE CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF (UPDATE)
Choice of lox, whitefish or baked salmon (5/13a)
SUPERSTAR RELEASES
Who's next?
MUSIC BIZ SPECIAL
It's Comic-Con for numbers geeks.
THE BIG CHEESE
Theories of evolution from 30,000 feet.
THE NEXT GIANT DEAL
A&R in overdrive.
Music City
A BIG RETURN FOR STAGECOACH
5/2/22

After a two-year hiatus, Stagecoach returned to the desert with an all-star lineup and plenty of special guests.

Before headliner Thomas Rhett took the stage on Friday night, bringing along Jon Pardi for “Beer Can’t Fix” as well as Ashton Kutcher and HARDY for a version of Garth Brooks' “Friends in Low Places,” Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd joined in on each other’s sets, while Orville Peck hopped on the Palomino Stage with Tanya Tucker and more.

Saturday saw Carrie Underwood go full rock ‘n’ roll with Axl Rose (pictured below) to duet on Guns ‘N Roses’ “Sweet Child O’Mine” and “Paradise City,” while on Sunday, Lindsay Ell brought out members of Cheat Codes for “How Do You Love,” Locash was joined by The Beach Boys’ Mike Love for “Beach Boys” and Lana Del Rey appeared with Nikki Lane for her set.

Throughout the three-day Goldenvoice fest, artists also paid tribute to late country star Naomi Judd, including The Brothers Osborne, who performed a verse and chorus of The Judd’s “Why Not Me” during their Saturday set. 

The weekend was also packed with plenty of experiences, including the Honky Tonk Dance Hall, celebrity chef Guy Fieri's cooking demonstrations as well as ABC announcing the NFL Draft with special guests like Ryan HurdBreland and Travis Dennings.

Additionally, the Palomino Stage saw special guest sets from the likes of Breland, Diplo and more ahead of the inaugural Palomino Festival on 7/9, which features Peck, Kacey Musgraves and Willie Nelson, among others.

Photo Credit: Jeff Johnson