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A New-Age Texas Troubadour

Charley Crockett on his redemptive life story and new autobiographical album, The Valley

Artists

Billy Strings Expands the Bounds of Bluegrass

The young musician blends tradition, otherworldly guitar chops, and an exploratory spirit

Music

Rocking On with Brittany Howard

The dynamic front woman of Alabama Shakes takes a fearless leap
on her solo debut

Music

The Soul Legend You Need to Know

In-the-know listeners have been enjoying Lee Fields’s music for the last fifty years. His latest effort, It Rains Love, shows the North Carolina-born singer is still going strong

Artists

For Maren Morris, the Sky’s the Limit

The singer-songwriter and Texas native on her new album, her honky-tonk education, and why she won’t be constrained

Artists

Ranky Tanky: Keeping the Faith

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

Artists

An Indie-Rock Supergroup

Three young and talented voices unite to form boygenius

Music

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

Music

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

Music

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

Music

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

Artists

Shooter Jennings is Right on Target

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

Music

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

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

The High & The Low

Songs for the Ages

Why pantheon-worthy tunes are always sung by storytellers

Arts & Culture

On the Record

A new exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art shows some of the twentieth century’s greatest musicians in unguarded moments

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Artists

Happy Birthday, Dolly!

Seven Dolly Parton performances to bring a smile to your face (and maybe even tempt you to put a teasing comb through your hair)

Music

Fifty Years of “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay”

The story behind one of the greatest Southern songs ever recorded. Plus, a reissue and a tribute concert honoring its legendary singer, Otis Redding

Travel

The South’s Coolest New Music Venue

Tennessee’s Bluegrass Underground finds a new home

First Listen

First Listen: The Blind Boys of Alabama

The storied Grammy-winning gospel outfit returns with a new album