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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

Artists

In Tune: Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer

Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer join forces for an album born of the bonds of sisterhood

Arts & Culture

Saving Southern Music

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