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07/27/2011 - T Bone Burnett, who produced John's Life, Death, Love and Freedom and No Better Than This albums, has released The Producer, a compilation of 15 of his most notable productions. The release from Starbucks and Universal Music includes tracks from Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Elton John & Leon Russell, Elvis Costello, John Mellencamp, Jakob Dylan, Roy Orbison and many more. John's "Save Some Time To Dream" from No Better Than This is included along with T Bone's thoughts on the song. Read More
01/10/2011 - Did you miss John's incredible December 6th acoustic performance of "Save Some Time To Dream" and his interview on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman? Did you catch the in-depth Public Radio Bob Edwards interview or the NPR World Cafe conversation? Catch up on all the best content by seeing our  FEATURED NEWS. Read More
01/05/2011 - John's newest single is "Save Some Time To Dream" from No Better Than This. The track, a concert highlight on John's current tour, has been sent to Adult Album Alternative (AAA/Triple A) and Americana format radio stations. Now is an ideal time to contact your local stations to request it. After the jump read more ways you can help including links to your local radio stations. Read More
12/08/2010 - A fan has posted John's performance and interview from the Late Show With David Letterman show airing on Monday, December 6, 2010. After the jump we have a larger version of the video.

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12/07/2010 - Rolling Stone magazine writer Andy Greene interviewed John before his performance on The Late Show with David Letterman. After the jump we have part of their interview with John talking about a new cover song he is working on and his thoughts about Willie Nelson. Read More
12/06/2010 - Monday night December 6th, John is going to be a guest on CBS TV's Late Show with David Letterman. Make sure to tune in to catch his discussion at the desk with Dave and his performance of "Save Some Time To Dream" from his new album No Better Than This. Read More
11/30/2010 - Read Gary Graff's review of "Save Some Time To Dream" off of the No Better Than This CD.

For all of his studied recalcitrance -- he did dub himself the Little Bastard, after all -- John Mellencamp is at heart an optimist whose songwriting yearns for a better world. Read More
10/18/2010 - A fan has posted a video of  John's performance at The Speaking Clock Revue in Boston, MA at The Wang Theater from Saturday, October 16, 2010 John was given the first standing ovation of the night. 

Read the Boston Herald and Boston Globe show reviews.

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09/11/2010 - A fan has posted the audio of John's speech and performance at the Americana Music Awards from Thursday, September 9th, 2010. John was given their Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting at their event at Nashville TN's Ryman Auditorium. His friend Rosanne Cash presented him the award and John finished with a solo acoustic performance of "Save Some Time To Dream." After the jump we have a larger version of the YouTube slideshow.

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07/16/2010 - Anthony Kuzminski is an Chicago area-based writer who is special features editor for antiMusic Network. He's written most trenchantly about John Mellencamp many times in the past and, here, offers some wonderful insight on "Save Some Time To Dream," one of the keystone tracks on John's forthcoming No Better Than This album. In fact, it's the very first song on the album. Read More
05/20/2010 -

His holiness the Dalai Lama embraces John after his performance of "Save Some Time To Dream" in Bloomington on May 13th, 2010. Photo by Kessara Dhana

John's solo acoustic performance of "Save Some Time To Dream" last Thursday at a small luncheon gathering at the Tibetan Cultural Center in Bloomington prompted the Dalai Lama to reference the song's lyrics in his informal remarks prior to taking questions from the invited attendees.

First Elaine, who accompanied the spiritual leader from the airport and is a staunch supporter of the center, thanked him for his visit to Indiana and "all his words of inspiration." She then introduced her husband simply as "a recording artist" who would sing a song in his honor.

"Save Some Time To Dream," of course, is a key cut on John's forthco Read More




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