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1 hr ago | Austin American Statesman
After a night of Soul and R&B, the Austin360 Ampitheater will host some of the biggest names in Country music as part of the 2014 Rewind Tour.
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6 hrs ago | RollingStone
Long before he rebranded himself as a chart-topping country singer, Darius Rucker built his reputation as "Hootie," the baritone-voiced frontman of Hootie & the Blowfish.
10 hrs ago | Dallas Observer
Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen Hold My Beer and Watch This Tour House of Blues, Dallas Wednesday, July 9, 2014 An unusually functional prop set the stage, both literally and figuratively, for last night's Randy Rogers' and Wade Bowen's show at House of Blues in Dallas.
"Well, it seems that I've been here before/ So if this means that there is more bring it on."
Inside RCA Studio A, whose sale has sparked a wave of backlash from the Nashville music community, Ben Folds addresses press and supporters.
Country has always drawn from African-American music, but as part two of this Southern-fried funk compilation series shows, that cross-genre impulse got wildly amplified in the Sixties and Seventies.
You could call it a comfort food, but when you get down to it, a Krispy Kreme doughnut is closer to an obsession or an addiction.
Scott Register hosts "Reg's Coffee House" on Birmingham Mountain Radio each Sunday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Paul McDonald & Nikki Reed - Misery Ben Watt - Forget Bad Things - Vices Bon Iver - Heavenly Father Puss N Boots - Don't Know What It Means Spoon - Do You Fire Mountain - Be Your Eyes The Heavy Hearts - Georgia Grown Jeremy Fischer - I Love ... (more)
Only one artist has ever expressed to me his thanks for not making him hostile during an interview, and that's Jamey Johnson.
Grammy-winning country vocalist Lee Ann Womack and Grammy-winning musician Jerry Douglas will host IBMA's 25th annual International Bluegrass Music Awards, scheduled for October 2 at Raleigh, North Carolina's Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.
Yesterday, Mary Sarah turned 19 years old. Today, she's releasing Bridges , a duet-filled album featuring cameos by some of the biggest living legends of country music.
"Sometimes love can be so wrong," John Hiatt sings in his bluesy growl during a recent set at the Iridium in New York City.
March 27: Taylor Swift performs with Ed Sheeran on stage at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Country-Western great Willie Nelson has canceled his performance at the Eaton County Fairgrounds this summer, a concert that was intended to raise money to keep a local senior center afloat.
It seems almost incomprehensible that an 18-year-old singer could earn the respect of some of country music's biggest living legends, but Mary Sarah makes it seem like she's known them for years on her debut album, "Bridges."
By Kelly Dearmore Aside from being as genius of a musician, Willie Nelson is a survivor, an activist and practical spiritual guru.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:01 pm
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