Dacey Orr Sivewright


Your Fall Concert Cheat Sheet

Ten artists you need to hear live, all coming soon to a Southern venue near you


An Interview with Willie Nelson

G&G talks with the legendary musician, who’s back with a new collection of Frank Sinatra covers


Fifty Years of “Stand By Your Man”

The story behind one of the most misunderstood songs in country music history

Hurricane Relief

Waffle House to the Rescue

How the Atlanta-based 24-hour food chain keeps the hot meals coming in the wake of disaster


Catching Up with St. Paul & the Broken Bones

Frontman Paul Janeway talks Birmingham, “that Southern thing,” and the band’s new album, Young Sick Camellia

My Town

Coach Phillip Fulmer’s Knoxville, Tennessee

The Volunteers’ former coach and current athletic director on the must-visit spots in a city he’s called home for decades

Food & Drink

Eat Like a Local: Ford Fry’s Guide to Atlanta

The celebrated chef has built a restaurant empire that stretches across the South. But it all began in the Big Peach, and these are some of his favorite hometown spots

G&G Exclusive

New Music from the Indigo Girls’ Amy Ray

Stream the Georgia singer-songwriter’s new song “Dadgum Down” from her forthcoming solo album Holler

15 Slideshow

Food & Drink

A Day at the Varsity

As the Atlanta drive-in institution prepares to celebrate its ninetieth birthday, G&G goes behind the scenes to spend a day in the kitchen and at the counter… “What’ll ya have?”

Food & Drink

How the South Does Sous Vide

Immersion cooking has long been a staple in restaurant kitchens. Now, it’s easier than ever to do at home—and it’s the perfect technique for hot, steamy summer days. Here, eight Southern chefs share their favorite ways to sous vide


A Conversation Between Margo Price and Widespread Panic’s John Bell

One of three newly-announced artist pairings at Virginia’s Lockn’ Festival, Price and the Widespread Panic frontman interview each other for G&G


Kenny Chesney Talks Hurricane Relief, Jimmy Buffett, and Finding a Home in the Islands

How the entertainer is using his voice—and his star power—as a force for good


Step Inside Hotel Clermont

The Atlanta landmark boasts a new rooftop bar, luxury details, and a French brasserie—and keeps the basement institution locals know and love

Southern Women

Amanda Shires Raises a Toast to the Future

The singer-songwriter and fiddle player opens up about motherhood, the music industry, and settling into her role as a leader


Hear An Unreleased Jason Isbell Song

“Racetrack Romeo” is one of four previously recorded tracks featured on the deluxe re-issue of the Americana icon’s solo debut, Sirens of the Ditch


Meet Atlanta Soul Singer Curtis Harding

Five questions with the musician you need to add to your summer playlist

First Listen

Five Questions with Lucero’s Ben Nichols

Plus: Hear “Long Way Back Home,” a new song from the Memphis band’s forthcoming album Among the Ghosts


Eight Music Festival Must-Haves

Dance through festival season like a pro with these simple essentials—from a lightweight jacket to a no-fail phone charger

10 Slideshow


Portraits of a Musical Life

Ten up-and-coming musicians on the people, places, attitudes, and influences that have defined them

City Guides

Best of the Spring Fests

As the days heat up, so does the music-festival circuit. These Southern gatherings bring a fresh crop of spring sounds