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First Listen: Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers

Stream a new song from The Long Awaited Album, Martin’s forthcoming record with the award-winning bluegrass band

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First Listen: The Blind Boys of Alabama

The storied Grammy-winning gospel outfit returns with a new album

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Honoring a New Orleans Musical Legend

A new album pays tribute to the late Allen Toussaint

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First Listen: The Secret Sisters’ “Mississippi”

On You Don’t Own Me Anymore, a Muscle Shoals duo hits its stride

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Catching Up with Justin Townes Earle

The singer-songwriter talks Nashville, marriage, and his new album, Kids in the Street

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Marty Stuart Heads West

The country icon takes a surprising detour on his new album

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First Listen: Andrew Combs’s “Rose Colored Blues”

The Dallas native will release his third album, Canyons of My Mind, on April 7

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First Listen: Old Crow Medicine Show’s “Heart Up in the Sky”

Stream a previously unreleased song from the band’s forthcoming compilation, Best Of

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Album Premiere: CeCe Winans’s ‘Let Them Fall In Love’

Her first album in nearly a decade, the 10-song collection contains some of Winans’s finest and most eclectic work to date

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New Music From Son Volt

Jay Farrar delivers a collection of songs inspired by the giants of Mississippi blues

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First Listen: Robert Earl Keen’s ‘Live Dinner Reunion’

Stream the new album before it’s released

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First Listen: New Music From Amanda Shires

Stream a song from Shires’ new album, My Piece of Land

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First Listen: Banditos’ “I Put A Spell On You”

The Birmingham band releases a must-hear take on Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ 1956 classic

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First Listen: Star & Micey

Local boys make Memphis blues sound positively ebullient on debut album

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First Listen: Luther Dickinson’s New Solo Album

Blues & Ballads contains 21 songs, and there’s no filler

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First Listen: The Cactus Blossoms’ ‘You’re Dreaming’

Minnesota might be several hundred miles from the Mason-Dixon line, but the Cactus Blossoms craft a vintage country sound akin to those other brother duos, Louvin and Everly

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First Listen: Orthophonic Joy

A modern take on country classics

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Now Playing: Old Crow Medicine Show

With a well-deserved induction into the Grand Ole Opry and an eighth album out this summer, the band has come a long way from busking on street corners

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Jason Isbell’s Fresh Start

The songwriter charts a new course with “Southeastern”