Fly high, friend.
What should be little more than an exercise in nostalgia is the most unexpectedly moving country recording in recent memory.
This week, we had to type the word, “songwriterly,” because some country stars are bad at talking and having opinions.
It’s like fantasy football, but for country music bloggers.
Country radio needs to be “Fix”ed.
“Record Year” is cleverly written, intertwining turns of phrase with musical references that will satisfy everyone from the casual country fan (Red Headed Stranger) to the scholarly one (New Grass Revival.)
What would the Dixie Chicks’ first US tour in a decade be without at least a little bit of controversy?
We’re really, really, really tired of having taglines about music legends who have died.
Merle Haggard passing away isn’t only a huge loss because of his legacy. It’s a huge loss because he was still a vital artist making new, good music that added to that legacy.
Merle Haggard died on Wednesday at age 79. Juli Thanki writes for The Tennessean: Over the length of his half-century career, Mr. Haggard recorded 38 […]
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