Fifty Years of “Stand By Your Man”

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


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


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


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

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


Back Porch Sessions

Back Porch Session: Susto

Watch Charleston-based alt-country band Susto perform two songs during High Water Festival

G&G Exclusive

New Music from Aaron Lee Tasjan

Stream “The Rest is Yet to Come” from the free-spirited Nashville singer-songwriter’s forthcoming album Karma for Cheap


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


Shooter Jennings is Right on Target

The son of outlaw royalty, Shooter Jennings returns with an album that’s pure honky-tonk fun


Back Porch Sessions

Back Porch Session: The Wild Reeds

Watch a special harmony-driven performance from the Wild Reeds


Five Questions with Rayland Baxter

The musician’s third album bounced out of a Kentucky rubber factory and is poised to snap up new fans

The Whole Hog Podcast

Woody Platt on Brevard, Bluegrass, and Brown Trout

Season 3, Episode 6: Frontman for the Steep Canyon Rangers takes us back to the band’s beginning, discusses the magic of Steve Martin, and why he still calls Brevard, North Carolina, home

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

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The Best Albums of 2018—So Far

From the well-known artists you’ve been spinning nonstop to the newcomers that deserve a listen, get acquainted with nine of our favorite Southern albums we’ve heard this year

Arts & Culture

Elvis Rides Again

Notables such as Emmylou Harris and Ethan Hawke hop in the back of Elvis Presley’s Rolls-Royce to muse on the rocker and America in a new documentary


Meet Atlanta Soul Singer Curtis Harding

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


Back Porch Sessions

Back Porch Session: Rhett Miller

Watch a special performance from the Old 97’s frontman at the High Water Chapel

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Look Back at Outlaw Country’s Roaring ’70s

A new exhibit at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame celebrates country music’s original cowboys