T-Bone Burnett, John Mellencamp and Stephen King are the creative team behind Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, a stage show based on a true story of small-town tragedy. Kevin Mazur/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Listen To An Interview With The Creators Of 'Ghost Brothers Of Darkland County'

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A Rock Star, A Novelist And A Super-Producer Write A Musical

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John Mellencamp has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide and been nominated for 13 Grammy Awards. Stephanie Pfriender Stylander hide caption

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John Mellencamp On World Cafe

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The Best Of The Year In Americana

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John Mellencamp: A New Recording, An Old Sound

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At 58, John Mellencamp says his views on time and what's important have changed considerably. Elaine Mellencamp hide caption

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John Mellencamp: Looking Back While Staying Timeless

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A White House Concert With Bob Dylan, Jennifer Hudson And More

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John Mellencamp, The Modern Mortal

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John Mellencamp in Studio on World Cafe 11/11/08

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