An introduction to our new country column, featuring thoughts on country’s mainstream standard-bearer.
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Lambchop returns this fall with a new album of cover songs titled TRIP, due out…
Wilco‘s Jeff Tweedy has announced a new solo album. On October 23, he’ll release Love…
The singer/songwriter and son of Steve Earle has died at 38.
Andrews’ breakup album feels strangely comforting in a time of overbearing anxiety and panic.
Blood on the Tracks returns with a Southern gothic tale of suicide and unconscious cruelty.
The singer/songwriter experiments with styles while retaining a country foundation on her third album.
The 87-year-old country legend proves once again why he’s a musical treasure.
A synth-pop classic updated with contemporary twang.
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Isbell’s latest more fully feels like the work of a proper band, one whose sound truly comes into its own here.
Hear the new standalone single from the Atlanta singer/songwriter.
The eponymous opening track of The Highwomen’s eponymous debut album is so arresting and deeply…
Classic 1974 album being released in vinyl, CD and box set versions.
An album that seems familiar, despite how odd it is.
A melancholy expression of longing made stronger through a stunning arrangement.
Ritter teams up with Jason Isbell’s band for a strong showing of alt- and trad-country.
It says something that acclaimed country/folk musician Jason Isbell’s newest live record draws exclusively from…
Soccer Mommy, Natalie Prass announced as support.