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Dacey Orr Sivewright

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Fall’s Best New Southern Music

Whether traditional country sounds, classic soul, buoyant folk-pop, or good old rock and roll, these ten new albums will keep your fall humming

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Fall Fests for Southern Music Lovers

Whether you’re hopping from stage to stage in Texas, dancing under string lights in Georgia, or making a “Pilgrimage” to Tennessee, the arrival of cooler weather brings a top-notch roster of live music gatherings

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How Mashama Bailey Makes Fish & Grits

The ‘Outstanding Chef’ winner shares her take on a Georgia classic—a staple on the menu at her new Austin outpost, the Grey Market

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Chatham Rabbits Ride Again

Listen to an exclusive preview of the rising North Carolina band’s new album, If You See Me Riding By, and hear from the husband-and-wife duo about life at their farm, making friends with fans, and running a “musical food truck”

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Rising Country Star Hailey Whitters Brings It Home on Raised

A conversation with the Nashville singer-songwriter on family, farm country, and what she learned from her grandfather’s sod business

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Band of Horses Embrace Life’s Contrasts on the New Album Things Are Great

Catching up with frontman Ben Bridwell about the band’s chart-topping single, its first album in more than five years, and the draw of the Lowcountry

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A Spicy Italian Spin on Stewed Okra

Not a fan of the summer produce star? Chef Mark Bolchoz’s take just might convert you

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Watchhouse—Formerly Known as Mandolin Orange—Returns with New Music

The husband-and-wife duo readies a new album—and shares two exclusive new live performance videos

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Now Listening: Greta Gaines’s Pale Star

The singer-songwriter and passionate angler honors her late collaborator on her first album since 2017

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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”