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08/11/2010 - MILWAUKEE—Farm Aid today announced an expanded lineup that crosses genres for its 25th anniversary music and food festival on Saturday, October 2, at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Click "Read More" to read who will join Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews. Read More
08/11/2010 - Beginning Monday, August 16th, John Mellencamp will perform each night for a week on PBS’ “Tavis Smiley,” sharing an exclusive preview of his new album No Better Than This with “Smiley” viewers. Mellencamp will also sit down with fellow Hoosier Tavis to explain his musical journey and why he decided to emphasize traditional American folk, country and blues on the album.

"Save Some Time To Dream"
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08/10/2010 - Read The New Yorker Magazine full review of No Better Than This by Ben Greenman. Here is an excerpt: "The album is drenched in historical significance..."

"this wise, charming album is less a stiff historical re-creation than a highly personal testimonial on the order of Bob Dylan’s “Good as I Been to You” or Loudon Wainwright III’s “High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project.” In fact, the traditional forms seem to free up Mellencamp’s songwriting..." Read More
08/10/2010 - John's latest single, "No Better Than This," is off to a great start on the radio. It has been released to AAA, Americana, and Non-Commercial stations. Be listening for it!

The album No Better Than This has landed at #1 this week on the Americana radio chart. The chart, which focuses on the combined airplay of all tracks from an album, compiles the airplay data from hundreds of radio stations, syndicated radio shows, satellite radio and internet stations! After the jump we have tools to help your find your local stations and request the track at radio. Read More
08/09/2010 - Read full review of On the Rural Route 7609 by Ellis Widner. Here is an excerpt:"Mellencamp’s sharp social observations, his heartfelt singing, his willingness to be tough and vulnerable, his plain-spoken style and his populist politics are amply displayed on this ambitious and perception-altering boxed set..." Read More
08/09/2010 - Edmonton Journal writer Gary Graff interviewed John recently. Their conversation found John discussing multiple topics including his new album No Better Than This

The complete interview is included after the jump Read More
08/08/2010 - John's 16-year-old son Hud is quickly emerging as an up and coming youth boxer in various competitions over the past year or so. A TV news story turned up this week from Kansas City where Hud was fighting in a large competition. KSHB was able to interview John ringside about Hud's sporting endeavors. We have the full piece and video after the jump... Read More
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08/08/2010 - took note of one of John's most interesting comments during this week's Farm Aid 2010 announcement press conference. They reported: In John's comments about this years event he said: "Whoever does this Nobel Peace Prize business should look at Willie Nelson," Mellencamp said from his home in Bloomington, IN. "He has helped millions and millions of people and entertained millions and millions of people. It's 25 years of commitment. Myself and Neil [Young] work from the neck down. Willie is the brains..." Read More
08/08/2010 - In 2007 John visited a tent city in Toledo, OH raising awareness of the homeless which sparked the founding of John has continued his support not only for 1Matters, but all of those who have lost domestic autonomy in our nation.

During a recent concert stop nearby Windsor, ON, John Mellencamp sat down to talk with 1Matters’ Ken Leslie on behalf of Toledo Streets Newspaper to talk about homelessness, music, and progress. Read More
08/08/2010 - Why the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Chose Savannah To Cut His Latest Album

Connect Savannah writer Bill DeYoung recently spoke with John about his new record No Better Than This. Here is an excerpt: "No Better Than This is Americana, pure, direct, sonically honest and brilliantly basic, inhabited by ghosts and imbued with hope for a future generations..." Note: Article includes several photos from the recording sessions. Read More
08/07/2010 - Read full review of No Better Than This by Nick Deriso. Here is an excerpt: "No Better Than This is a blinding shard of sunlight..."

"The years have weathered his optimism, but it still peeks out on occasion: "Save some time to dream," Mellencamp continues, "'cause your dream might save us all." That starts, on this record, with Mellencamp himself..." Read More
08/06/2010 - Rolling Stone has a report with quotes from John from the first show on the Dylan tour from Lincoln, NE. Here is an excerpt: "While his set favored crowd favorites and enduring deep cuts like "Pink Houses" and "Paper In Fire," Mellencamp also brought the crowd into the here-and-now, unveiling songs from his new T Bone Burnett-produced disc No Better Than This. One, "Save Some Time to Dream," was a gorgeously spare, Neil Young-ish country tune featuring tight rhythmic backup from his six-piece band. Meanwhile, Mellencamp reinvigorated classic tunes like "Cherry Bomb," which he freshened with an off-the-cuff a capella arrangement..." Read More
08/05/2010 - Our Farm Aid 2010 pre-sale has begun and a limited number of tickets are still available. Several tickets returned to the system after purchases were not completed. Visit the TOUR page for the link for the pre-sale. Read More
08/05/2010 - Billboard writer Gray Graff recently spoke with John regarding his fall tour. Here is an excerpt: "John Mellencamp is planning "something I've never done before" to promote his forthcoming 25th album, "No Better Than This..." Read More
08/04/2010 - As you can see we have rolled out the 2010 edition of! We are still finishing several areas of it so be prepared to see subtle changes over the next few days. However, John is about to announce his Fall 2010 tour so check back often for updates! Read More
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