It's been 10 years since the release of Heartbreaker, Ryan Adams' first post-Whiskeytown effort, and these days he is sober,
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This came from reader Stephen Sigl, who thought it was about time MAGNET had an Over/Under on the Rolling Stones.
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‘Scuse me, sir? You with the Devendra Banhart haircut? And you, ma’am, in the vintage prom dress and cat’s-eye spectacles?
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