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New Music for January

Start the year off strong with Southern rock’s new standard bearers, indie pop’s next reigning voice, and a collection of duets from one of country’s top songwriters

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A Conversation with Sam Bush and Alison Krauss

Two bluegrass icons look into the genre’s future—and reflect on the artists who paved the way

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Ranky Tanky: Keeping the Faith

The Charleston band taps its roots to bring Gullah music to the top of the charts

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The Best Southern Albums of 2018

From well-known artists you’ve been spinning nonstop to newcomers who deserve a listen, get acquainted our favorite Southern albums of the year

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Seven New Christmas Albums for 2018

Southern musicians have always innovated with holiday songs—think “Pretty Paper” and “Hard Candy Christmas.” These new releases from artists like Rodney Crowell and Old 97’s mix time-honored favorites and future classics

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Five Must-Visit Spots in Fort Worth

Where to stop for Cowtown music and mingling

Weekends

A Wild Night in Cowtown

The home of soul sensation Leon Bridges, Fort Worth (don’t call it Dallas) has a vibe all its own. Take a rollicking ride through the city’s blossoming music scene

Artists

An Indie-Rock Supergroup

Three young and talented voices unite to form boygenius

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Musicians Share Their Favorite Christmas Songs

Hear the tunes that put Southern artists from Reba McEntire to Adam Hood in the holiday spirit

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Talking High Water Fest with Shovels & Rope

The Charleston, South Carolina, duo open up about their hometown music festival—and reveal the full lineup for 2019

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New Albums for November

Two Southern supergroups, a modern soul legend, a rising bluegrass voice, and more music to add to your playlist this month

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New Music from Mandolin Orange

Preview a track from the North Carolina bluegrass duo’s hotly anticipated album Tides of a Teardrop, out early next year

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New Albums for October

Harmony-driven anthems from the Watson Twins, acoustic cuts from Blackberry Smoke, and happy returns from Jason Isbell and Edie Brickell

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Your Fall Concert Cheat Sheet

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

The Whole Hog Podcast

Robert Earl Keen: The Road Goes on Forever

Season 3, Episode 7: The singer/songwriter and Texas native takes us through his songbook and recounts the stories behind “Five Pound Bass,” “Merry Christmas From the Family,” “Corpus Christi Bay,” and many more

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An Interview with Willie Nelson

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

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Fifty Years of “Stand By Your Man”

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

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An Interview with Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett

The two Texas songwriting legends share a forty-year friendship. This fall, they’ll also be sharing the stage

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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

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Willie, Kris, and Merle Come Together on “Old Friends”

A new album honoring the late songwriter Roger Miller features three of country music’s finest