Track Premiere: The Unvarnished Elvis

Listen to a spine-tingling version of “Amazing Grace,” recorded in 1971, from the forthcoming box set Elvis: Back in Nashville


Louisiana’s Music Community Is an Unstoppable Force for Good

Weeks after Hurricane Ida, musicians are still rolling out the path to recovery


My Morning Jacket Rocks On

A Louisville-born favorite gets its groove back

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A Never-Before-Released Johnny Cash Performance

Hear an exclusive premiere of “The Ballad of Ira Hayes” from the upcoming Johnny Cash, at the Carousel Ballroom, April 24, 1968

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Sierra Ferrell’s Genre-Bending Bluegrass

Watch the video for the West Virginia native’s “Bells of Every Chapel,” featuring guitar phenom Billy Strings

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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


Now Listening: Greta Gaines’s Pale Star

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


The Legacy of Strawberry Wine in American Music

As the Deana Carter classic celebrates its 25th anniversary, a look back at why the syrupy-sweet sipper makes for a potent lyric


Yola Does It Again

Following up one of the most striking debuts in years, the Music City singer lets it all fly on her sophomore album


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


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


Where to See Live Music in Nashville

Great places to tap your feet, clap your hands, and praise the music scene in Music City


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


New Music: A West Virginia Road Warrior Gets His Due

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


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


Amythyst Kiah’s East Tennessee Journey

The singer-songwriter and member of Our Native Daughters shines on her new solo album

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Listen Now: New Music from Jamestown Revival

The Texas folk-rock duo takes on the dust-filled frontier tales of Louis L’Amour


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


Jon Batiste’s Marvelous Melodicas

The musical renaissance man can trace his life in music with an impressive collection


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