Fly high, friend.
This week, we had to type the word, “songwriterly,” because some country stars are bad at talking and having opinions.
Country radio needs to be “Fix”ed.
What would the Dixie Chicks’ first US tour in a decade be without at least a little bit of controversy?
Merle Haggard passed away on April 6th, and it has taken just about 20 days for people to try to politicize his death.
The biggest story of the past week is the death of Glenn Frey, whose work with the Eagles has, for better or worse, influenced multiple generations of country artists.
Our first Best of 2015 list kicks off today with the lower half of our top forty singles of 2015. Check back for part two tomorrow!
Seems as good a topic as any for the day of the week known as Throwback Thursday.
While listening to a Pam Tillis hits playlist, “It’s Lonely Out There” came up early, just after some of her biggest hits and before a few other big hits.
The list comes to a close with ten classic records from some of the era’s most commercially and critically successful stars. It’s easy to be […]
As we enter the top half of the list, signature hits by some of the era’s biggest stars rub elbows with a pair of breakthrough […]
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