The follow-up to the Canadian country artist’s breakout debut, with added emotional maturity.
Two long out-of-print country/rock albums due for reissue in May.
A winding history lesson through country music’s most devout.
Tracing a long lineage from Sara Carter to Kacey Musgraves.
Proceeds being donated to Black Voters Matter, Fair Fight and Georgia STAND-UP.
Musgraves addresses her divorce in this stark, yet immaculately produced LP.
Simpson pens a 28-minute narrative concept record with characters named after his grandparents.
Hear the album she describes as “a modern-day tragedy in three parts.”
Alt-country, “whatever that is,” is a lot harder to pin down than it might seem on the surface.
Hear the title track.
Country is goth af.
‘At the Carousel Ballroom’ was recorded in San Francisco at a venue run by members of Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead.
An introduction to our new country column, featuring thoughts on country’s mainstream standard-bearer.
Proceeds benefit Downtown Women’s Center.
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.