The Killers, Tim McGraw and LL Cool J Pump Up NCAA March Madness Fest


For a while now, the Killers have openly campaigned to be America’s band — whether America realizes it or not. Ever since 2006’s sepia-tinged Sam’s Town, Brandon Flowers and Co. have championed the same communal convictions Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger sang about decades earlier; a beatification of blue-collar ethics and the liberation of limited opportunities. Their highways are always dusty, their screen doors eternally tattered — and even when they’ve veered from that vision of America, they didn’t stray far: There’s a reason “A Dustland Fairytale” is on Day & Age, after all. Read more

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