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Saving Southern Music

How the bluegrass balladeer and TV host David Holt helps preserve—and move forward—the region’s traditional sounds

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G&G Playlist: Southerners Under Cover

Twenty tracks that celebrate the art of the cover song

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Your Guide to Summer Music Fests

Nine Southern festivals well worth adding to the calendar

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Catching Up with Pokey LaFarge

The roots musician heads South in support of his most soulful album yet

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Jason Isbell: Music City Maverick

Jason Isbell isn’t your typical country star or your typical anything else, for that matter. But on his own terms, he has quietly been leading a Nashville revolution

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An Oral History of the Bluebird Cafe

The Nashville venue that launched songwriters such as Garth Brooks and Pam Tillis turns thirty-five

Arts & Culture

A Blues Streak: Mississippi Blues Festivals

There’s nothing hotter—not even the temperatures—than the scorching tunes at these Mississippi music fests

Arts & Culture

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

It’s been fifty years since two Southern icons made one unforgettable song

First Listen

First Listen: The Secret Sisters’ “Mississippi”

On You Don’t Own Me Anymore, a Muscle Shoals duo hits its stride

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From the Heart: John Moreland

The Oklahoma songwriter finds a little light on Big Bad Luv

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Back Porch Sessions

Back Porch Session: John Moreland

The Oklahoma singer-songwriter performs a few tunes from his latest album, Big Bad Luv, in the G&G office

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G&G’s Summer 2017 Road Trip Playlist

Roll down the windows, crank up the tunes, and hit the highway

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In Memoriam

Final Set: Honoring Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry may be gone, but his influence lives on in a new album—and in the hearts of his admirers

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Back Stage with the Bands

Up close and personal with some of our favorite musicians

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Back Porch Sessions

Back Porch Session: The Deslondes

The New Orleans band plays a few songs for the G&G office

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Catching Up with Justin Townes Earle

The singer-songwriter talks Nashville, marriage, and his new album, Kids in the Street

Music

That Sun Records Sound

Nina Jones, manager at Memphis’s refurbished Sun Studio, shares seven essential tracks recorded at 706 Union Avenue

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Marty Stuart Heads West

The country icon takes a surprising detour on his new album

Arts & Culture

Honky-Tonk Heaven: 75 Years of Floore’s Country Store

Robert Earl Keen kicks off the birthday celebration of legendary Texas venue Floore’s

Music

First Listen: North Mississippi Allstars’ “You Got to Move”

A new take on a classic Hill Country blues favorite