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Hill Country Salute

With a new album and an old focus, the North Mississippi Allstars get back to blues basics

The G&G Interview

Rosanne Cash’s Ode to the South

The daughter of Johnny Cash opens up about the inspiration behind her new album and her favorite memory of her dad

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Artists

Shovels & Rope: Two for the Road

With a rollicking homegrown sound, the 
duo Shovels & Rope is as diggable as they come

Music

The Interview: Norah Jones

The Texas songbird on her latest album, Willie Nelson, and dirty jokes

Music

Soul Shakers: Alabama Shakes

Led by a voice that’s pure heart, 
the Alabama Shakes hold firm to their roots

Books

Classic Country: the Louvin Brothers

A new memoir takes us backstage with the Louvin Brothers

Artists

The Brothers Avett

Scott and Seth Avett play some 200 gigs a year, but when the music stops, there’s no place they’d rather be than their North Carolina home

Artists

The Secret Sisters: Old Time Soul

The Secret Sisters bring a throwback sound and sensibility to Nashville

Music

Gone Country: Darius Rucker

Listen to a track from Darius Rucker’s new album, Charleston, SC 1966

Music

Punch Rock

Blending bluegrass with a range of styles, mandolin player Chris Thile and the Punch Brothers are pushing the boundaries of acoustic music

Music

Who Do You Love

A true story of music, magic, and a long night in the desert with Bo Diddley

The G&G Interview

Miranda Lambert – The New Queen of Country

Marshall Chapman sits down with singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert

Music

Living Legends of Jazz

Come hell or high water, New Orleans plays on