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Listen Now: New Music from Natalie Hemby

The prolific Nashville songwriter, collaborator, and member of the Highwomen announces her new album, Pins and Needles, and shares the title track

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Listen Now: New Music from Maggie Rose

Hear an exclusive premiere of the dynamic singer-songwriter’s “Are We There Yet,” steeped in the sounds of Muscle Shoals

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New Music: Watch Marty Stuart Cover Tom Petty

See the video for “Fault Lines,” the latest release from the country stalwart’s new twenty-song digital album, Songs I Sing in the Dark

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New Music: A West Virginia Road Warrior Gets His Due

Hear “Coming Down,” a live show favorite from songwriter John R. Miller

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Now Listening: New Music from Allison Russell

On her debut solo album, Outside Child, the Our Native Daughters member shares a deeply painful past—and the healing power of music and community

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Listen Now: New Music from Cedric Burnside

The Mississippi Hill Country bluesman shares “The World Can Be So Cold,” from his forthcoming album, I Be Trying

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Two-Stepping Through Texas with Miranda Lambert

The country star and fellow songwriter Jon Randall on Lone Star dance halls, homegrown tomatoes, and their stripped-down new album, The Marfa Tapes

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Hear the Title Track from Soul Phenom Robert Finley’s Sharecropper’s Son

The 67-year-old Louisiana native makes up for lost time on his forthcoming Easy Eye Sound release

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Hat Tip to Willie Nelson

Fresh on the heels of his
seventy-first album, the Red Headed Stranger will celebrate his eighty-eighth birthday on April 29. In tribute, five Southern artists share their favorite songs from the Texas legend

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Listen Now: A Lost Song from Tony Joe White

A treasure trove of unreleased works from the late Louisiana songwriter will finally see the light of day on the Dan Auerbach–produced Smoke from the Chimney

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First Listen: New Music from Parker Millsap

The Oklahoma-born songwriter reflects on the strangeness of being in transition on “In Between”

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Now Listening: Waxahatchee Covers Dolly, Lucinda, and Springsteen

A surprise new deluxe version of the Alabama native’s splendid Saint Cloud offers three new tracks you won’t want to miss

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Now Listening: John Prine’s Unforgettable Newport Folk Set

A new double album of the late songwriter’s 2017 headlining performance features Margo Price, Nathaniel Rateliff, Jim James, and more

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Ashley Monroe’s Ode to Resilience

The Nashville singer-songwriter shares the video for the fearless “Til It Breaks” and opens up about her new album, Rosegold

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The Grammy-Nominated Austin Band Everyone’s Talking About

Get to know Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada, the musicians behind the red-hot Black Pumas

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Video Premiere: Musician Drew Holcomb Channels His Cabin Fever

See the video for “I Need to Go Somewhere,” a hopeful—and hilarious—ode to getting back out there

Food & Drink

Coming Soon: Huntsville’s New Amphitheater

With plans for a year-round culinary village and the backing of Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons, the 8,000-capacity venue is slated to open in spring 2022

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Amy Ray’s Ode to a Very Good Dog

The Georgia songwriter shares “Muscadine,” a song inspired by a well-loved, steadfast canine

First Listen

Song Premiere: Aaron Lee Tasjan Stays True to Himself

Ahead of his new album, Tasjan! Tasjan! Tasjan!, the eclectic Nashville showman shares “Not That Bad,” a glittering reflection on coping with self-doubt

Home & Garden

Turning Doomed Old Houses Into Eye-Catching Art

Hang a piece of Nashville history on your wall—or serve it up on a platter—with meaningful pieces from 1767 Designs