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Ricky Skaggs songs are some of the most beloved and most awarded in country music history. The singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist has earned an astounding 14 Grammy Awards over the course of his career, which encompasses an early stint with bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley as well as appearances on a number of key albums from other
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Dan + Shay‘s fourth studio album will arrive in August. The duo announced the record on Thursday evening (July 15), sharing its title track, “Good Things.” The song “Good Things” is reminiscent of the pop-rock band Fun, with layered vocals and an extremely poppy, even EDM-esque chorus: “When it’s late at night and you’re still wide
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Before 2006, there was no Eric Church in country music. Take a listen to 2006’s Sinners Like Me, however, and it’s hard to imagine the genre without him. Church was Church from the very beginning. Even on his debut album, he wrote or co-wrote every song, swinging between rockin’ anthems and straightforward country melodies. Each song on Sinners
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Tanya Tucker has canceled two concerts and rescheduled another for later this year after undergoing hip surgery earlier this week. The “Delta Dawn” country vocalist, whose comeback album While I’m Livin’ netted her two Grammy awards, shared the news on social media on Thursday night. “Hey Loves,” she wrote. “My hip has been giving me
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1 “The Father, My Son and the Holy Ghost” From: ‘God, Family, Country’ (2020) There’s simply no other track that could sit in this top spot. Morgan’s pain and grief are palpable in “The Father, My Son and the Holy Ghost,” the exceptionally personal song he wrote and produced solo after the death of his 19-year-old
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Erin Enderlin embraces the idea of not being able to please everyone in the new song “Somebody’s Shot of Whiskey,” which she released on Friday. It’s the first original music to appear from the Nashville singer-songwriter since 2019’s excellent full-length Faulkner County. Beginning with rhythmic strums of acoustic guitar, the stripped-down arrangement of “Somebody’s Shot
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Nashville country-rock band the Wild Feathers have announced their first album of all-new material in three years. Alvarado arrives October 8th as the group’s first release for New West Records. Ahead of the Alvarado’s debut, the five-piece premiered the song “Ain’t Lookin’.” A hard-driving rock number, it opens with a snaking guitar lead and heavy
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After making a career in the military, Jamey Johnson transitioned to country music. His first single, “The Dollar,” debuted in 2005. Johnson’s songs haven’t done particularly well on the charts — “The Dollar” and “In Color” are his only two Top 20 hits — but the artist has earned a reputation for writing high-quality songs with
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Ashley Monroe has revealed her diagnosis with a rare form of blood cancer in an Instagram post, writing about her ordeal and expressing her gratitude for the bright spots that have made a scary few months more bearable. The post was accompanied by a slide show of images featuring her husband John Danks and son
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April Rose Gabrielli will be playing at the world-renowned venue, New York City’s Oldest Rock Club, The Bitter End, on Friday, July 23rd, 2021. New Yorker, APRIL ROSE GABRIELLI, singer, poet, performer has traveled the world, working with bands, performing to large audiences; sometimes headlining, sometimes playing keys and backing with her perfect harmonies. April’s
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The undisputed queen of bluegrass music, Rhonda Vincent is one of the most talented artists in the business. A fiddle player, mandolin player and guitarist, her instrumental prowess is only outdone by her iconic voice. From the 1970s to the present, Vincent has been a force of nature in bluegrass, introducing her own unique style
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Whether it’s coming out of Nashville, New York, L.A., or points in between, there’s no shortage of fresh tunes, especially from artists who have yet to become household names. Rolling Stone Country selects some of the best new music releases from country and Americana artists. (Check out last week’s best songs.) Kate Vargas, “Glorieta to the Holy Place”
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