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Fountains Of Wayne On Mountain Stage

The power-pop group returns to the show to perform favorites and new songs from Sky Full of Holes.

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Ivy: Speaking The Shared Language Of Pop

Singer Dominique Durand discusses forming the trio in the early '90s, when she was a recent immigrant who'd never set foot in a recording studio.

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Fountains Of Wayne On World Cafe

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The band's new album, Sky Full of Holes, takes a darker view than their earlier work, combining their trademark power-pop with compelling cynicism.

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