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20 Years Ago: Counting Crows’ ‘August and Everything After’ Album Released

Well before T-Bone Burnett became one of the hottest producers on the face of the Earth, he was hard at work sculpting the debut album of one of the biggest non-grunge buzz bands of the early '90’s, the Counting Crows.

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10 Best Counting Crows Songs

Back in the day, it seemed that Counting Crows were built to last. Right when modern rock's rougher side was all over mainstream radio, this group of Berkeley, Calif., musicians incorporated accordion, harmonica, organ,

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13 Years Ago: Counting Crows’ ‘This Desert Life’ Album Released

The surprising and almost overwhelming success of the Counting Crows' 1993 debut album, 'August and Everything After,' and its crossover smash single, 'Mr. Jones,' didn't seem to cheer up singer Adam Duritz one bit. The band's follow-up, 'Recovering the Satellites,' peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and spawned its own string of hits, but the disc oozed the melancholic vibe of someone still finding his way. The group's third album, 'This Desert Life,' however, finally found Duritz and co. in a playful mood, taking a more laid-back approach to life and seemingly appreciating their popularity. Today, we celebrate the album's 13th anniversary.

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Counting Crows, August 2008

In this photo, Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz is walking the fine line between letting the crowd participate and becoming an actual member of the crowd. With arms outstretched to balance himself, we’re

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Worst Rock Tattoos: Edgy Adam Duritz

We're pretty sure Adam Duritz isn't straight edge -- which makes this back piece featuring the Counting Crows singer pretty confusing. Mostly because if that means that guy who has these tats is straight edge, it means he wasn't drunk when he got inked. And if he wasn't drunk, we can't imagine what inspi

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Counting Crows Release Free Songs on BitTorrent

The Counting Crows' new album is all covers -- and the long-lasting alt-rock band's giving away a sampler via BitTorrent. Grab the download bundle of 'Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation)' here.

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Adam Duritz of Counting Crows Speaks About His Struggles With Mental Illness

We all know that being a successful musician is not always the key to happiness. The life on the road has taken the soul of many of the biggest names in pop music history. In a new interview, Adam Duritz of Counting Crows opened up about how his fame not only masked his mental illness, but also contributed to it.

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Counting Crows Gearing Up to Release Covers Album for ‘Music Geeks’

It's been four years since Counting Crows released their last album, the rock/country themed 'Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings.' Fans can get their hands on a new record from the band, but not the kind they were expecting. 'Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation)' was released today (April 10) and features nothing but covers of lesser-known songs.

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Stream the Counting Crows’ New Covers Album

The Counting Crows are going the covers route on their new album 'Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation),' which features 15 remakes and is now streaming online for free.

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Counting Crows Map Out 2012 Spring Tour Dates Backing New Album

Counting Crows have announced plans to hit the road in support of their new album, 'Underwater Sunshine (or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation),' a collection featuring covers of tunes by the likes of Dawes, Gram Parsons, Big Star, the Faces and Teenage Fanclub, Bob Dylan and others. The smattering of dates launch with a March 9-10 two-night stand in their hometown of San Francisco, while 'Underwater Sunshine' drops April 10.

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