Gretchen Peters Tells American Stories on 'Dancing With the Beast' Marked by an Abundance of Compassion
This is a dark album, to put it mildly, with songs that manage, with deft use of language, to cram a whole epic into three minutes.
In an in-depth interview, Austin singer-songwriter Kelly Willis discusses 30 years filled with ups and downs and her decision to make a throwback record — her first solo album since 2007 — that surely will stand the test of time.
Brothers Osborne's 'Port Saint Joe' Offers Riotous Southern Rock That Challenges Mainstream Country Music
Brothers Osborne's Port Saint Joe is an album that flirts with mainstream country while hearkening a bygone musical era.
Folk band Dead Horses' third album My Mother the Moon soars as a solid reflection of music and its capability for expression and healing.
Cliff Westfall brings old-school country music back to the forefront with his new single "More and More".
Veteran San Francisco musician Brian Belknap gets help from stellar friends on his new emotionally charged LP, which he tells us all about in an exclusive interview.
From Red Dirty Country to Music City Erin O'Dowd Celebrates Roots Music With 'Old Town' (album stream)
Americana's artist Erin O'Dowd's rich musical upbringing is on display via her new album, Old Town.
Jenny Van West's Happiness to Burn is resoundingly influenced by country music yet toys with the genre by infusing optimism, compassion, and modernity.
Comparing Ashley Monroe to a sparrow would be like calling Ryan Gosling a goose or Hugh Jackman a jackdaw. It just doesn't fit.
With years of performing under his belt, longtime Nashville session player Joshua Hedley releases his first collection of original material.
Colorado artist Jackson Emmer hearkens back to the golden age of country music with his story about chance-takers.
From Last Man Standing, it seems Willie Nelson has lost his faith in people and feels pretty alone these days.
It's with a deeply shared respect that the gathered family, friends, and artists on Forever Words have completed Johnny Cash's newly found poetry and lyrics into well-crafted collaborations.
Sam Morrow has crafted a deep and heavy album that indicates his maturing songwriting, performing, and attention to themes apparent in American society and his own life.