What would the Dixie Chicks’ first US tour in a decade be without at least a little bit of controversy?
To his credit, you can tell a Keith Urban record is a Keith Urban record as soon as it starts.
Any singer or songwriter attempting to write the definitive country pride anthem needs to take one long look at this title and walk away.
Break out the eye-drops, gang, this one’s a longread!
In an alternate universe, Josh Turner should be square in the middle of a long string of neo-traditionalist hit songs and albums. His baritone was tailor-made for a country song, more so than just about any other male singer in recent memory.
On his newest album, If I’m Honest, Blake Shelton diverts from the album’s generally synthesized sound to take a breather for a lovely gospel gem, which he wrote with Jessi Alexander and Jon Randall.
A baffling mix of romanticism and religious imagery, Florida Georgia Line’s attempt at respectable music only puts their musical incompetence into sharper relief.
Last night, the Dixie Chicks kicked off the North American leg of their MMXVI tour, their fourth headlining tour across the United States. Sixteen years ago, they launched their first, in support of their second major label release, Fly.
We’re really, really, really tired of having taglines about music legends who have died.
Rhiannon Giddens goes Broadway, Kris Kristofferson gets boxed, and Beyoncé survives being Dixie Chicked, all in this week’s Sunday Selections!