One has to go along with the flow of existence, no matter what suffering it brings. These country music artists give form to sadness and beauty to despair.
In this excerpt of ‘Queer Country’, Chely Wright, Mary Gauthier, Brandi Carlile, and Amy Ray share the battles they’ve fought to make country music recognize its lesbian artists.
Come to the new ten-disc DVD Austin City Limits celebration for Reba, Toby, Dolly, Loretta, or whoever your favorite is, but stay for Willie in 1974.
Director Diane Paragas asks her audience to not bring their politics into her film, Yellow Rose, but to just let it be, as she hopes to show the heartbreak of broken families lost within the politicisation of immigration issues.
Blaze is the sort of film that takes the piss out of the legend, showing a life that's sadder for the wasted talent and what could have been.
By searching with an open heart and writing with frank honesty, John Lingan makes Homeplace an antidote to the divisive anger of today’s America.
Where female pop musicians tend to age out of the field, country musicians tend to possess a greater reverence for their predecessors, lionizing their greatness and proclaiming their influence at each and every opportunity.