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Watch: Gov. John Hickenlooper plays banjo with Old Crow Medicine Show at Red Rocks

Gov. John Hickenlooper joined string band Old Crow Medicine Show on stage at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Wednesday night to play banjo and sing the track "CC Rider." On the song's second verse, Hickenlooper even takes the microphone himself to sing, "You were standin' in the kitchen in that morning gown." An avid music fan, Hickenlooper typically makes appearances in the audience at Red Rocks shows.

Watch a clip of Kanye West’s unaired reality show

Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. You can now add airports to the list of things that Kanye West doesn't like. TMZ has acquired a hilarious clip of the rapper's unaired reality show about Brett Grolsch, called “Travel Agent to the Stars.” Yeezy has been in numerous squabbles over the years but none are more famous than his airport debacles featuring too-close paparazzi and overzealous fans.

Watch: The War on Drugs on Letterman

http://youtu.be/IpH-HwtPD-I The War on Drugs brought a smooth performance of "Red Eyes" to Letterman on Monday. The Secretly Canadian stalwarts are in full support of their latest LP, “Lost in the Dream,” which is being showered by critical praise and radio play on Triple A formats across the country.

Watch: Phish performs an extended set on Letterman

http://youtu.be/mX6kUM4Guro Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon, Jon Fishman and Page McConnell are back -- as in lighting the Ed Sullivan Theater on "Fuego" back. Phish is in full summer show mode and celebrating the release of their latest album, "Fuego." Trey shredded, as usual, with extended guitar noodling and impressive improvisation by the guitarist.

Reverb Week in Playlist: Air Dubai, Alt-J and more

With everything that happens in the music world on a weekly basis, you couldn’t possibly be expected to keep up with it all. But don’t worry, with the Reverb Week in Playlist we’ll keep our ears to the ground for the important music news and releases of the week and compile it into the most digestible form we know: a playlist.

Watch: fun. debuts new song, “Harsh Lights,” on Jimmy Fallon

On Wednesday night, fun. debuted the new song, "Harsh Lights," during the special Orlando edition of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Armed with a gold microphone and a delicious Grease-style, T-Birds silk jacket, Nate Ruess wooed the geeky crowd with hipster dance moves, leather loafers and lyrics filled with “whoas” and dreams of “slipping into midnight.” “The Tonight Show” is in Orlando this week promoting the nerd’s dream/expansion of Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter theme park.