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Warren Haynes’s Music Guide to Asheville

The prolific guitarist shares how the Southern city primed him for life onstage—and pays tribute to the local spots that keep him coming back

Travel

A Local’s Guide to the Atlanta BeltLine

How to make the most of the city’s urban greenway, including where to eat, what to see, and—yes—how to find parking

Drinks

Pickle-Flavored Seltzer? Only in Texas

Austin-based sparkling water company Big Swig just debuted a briny new flavor

Video Premiere

Watch Ranky Tanky’s New Music Video for “Good Time”

Take a tour of the band’s Charleston roots in the video for the jubilant title track of their just-released sophomore album

First Listen

New Music from Kentucky’s Kelsey Waldon

Get to know the first artist signed to John Prine’s record label in fifteen years—and hear an exclusive stream of the Bluegrass State native’s new song

Travel

A Beer Drinker’s Guide to Charleston

A local expert weighs in on where to sip suds when you visit the Holy City

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Music

New Music for June 2019

Fresh albums from sons of Southern royalty, an eclectic Texas band’s debut, and more of this month’s noteworthy releases

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Music

New Music for May

Fresh albums from an unforgettable New Orleans ten-piece, a rising Nashville singer-songwriter, the inimitable Mavis Staples, and more

Music

G&G’s Mother’s Day Mixtape

A dozen-plus songs that make us think of Mom

Sporting

Tips for Betting the 145th Kentucky Derby

ESPN senior researcher Chris “The Bear” Fallica shares a few historical trends to keep in mind before this year’s Run for the Roses

How to Survive the Kentucky Derby

Everything you need to know to master the Run for the Roses

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Music

New Music for April 2019

Welcome warm weather with old-school soul, expert-level guitar picking, and more fresh Southern releases

Music

The Fantastic Afterlife of Dusty in Memphis

Fifty years ago, the Dusty Springfield album peaked at ninety-nine on the charts—then flopped. Here’s how the eventual classic found its place in Southern music history (and why it took so long to get its due)

Music

The Soul Legend You Need to Know

In-the-know listeners have been enjoying Lee Fields’s music for the last fifty years. His latest effort, It Rains Love, shows the North Carolina-born singer is still going strong

Music

Stream Son Volt’s New Album Union

The genre-defining alt-country band returns with their ninth studio album

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Music

New Music for March 2019

Soundtrack spring with a powerhouse bluegrass troupe, pop’s next superstar, and previously unheard originals from Townes Van Zandt

Music

Hear “Comal County Line,” a New Song from Randy Rogers Band

Plus: The Texas country band shares their favorite Lone Star State venues

Food & Drink

Pecan Praline Pancakes

Atlanta chef Anne Quatrano shares her decadent recipe. But is it for breakfast or dessert? You decide. (“Both” is also a perfectly acceptable answer.)

In Defense of Pancakes For Dinner

Anne Quatrano wants you to make time for breakfast—even if that time is 8 p.m. We catch up with the Atlanta chef to talk about her new restaurant, camaraderie among chefs, and a possible follow-up to her beloved cookbook

G&G Exclusive

New Music from Patty Griffin

Hear “Hourglass,” a song from the Americana trailblazer’s forthcoming album