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Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Phillip Sweet and Jimi Westbrook, known together as the country quartet Little Big Town, have been together since 1998. Their more than two decades of experience are filled with monumental moments. Little Big Town have released ten studio albums, several of which have been certified platinum by the RIAA. Their work includes No.
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Tyler Childers and Jason Isbell were among the top singer-songwriters who took the stage for a special benefit concert at Nashville’s City Winery on Saturday (Jan. 7).  The inaugural Hello From the Hills fundraiser featured a roster of incredible acts, including Sierra Ferrell, Arlo McKinley and William Matheny. But the night’s true stars were the four
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Fletcher and Kelsea Ballerini have dropped the video and single for their song ‘Better Version’. “The video captures the unraveling of two different love stories, something Kelsea and I both really wanted to bring to life as we really connected on the real emotions of what closing a chapter feels like,” Fletcher told Rolling Stone. “And while
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In 2000, Chris Stokes launched a new group that included his cousin De’mario “Raz-B” Thornton, as well as Raz-B’s friends Jarrell “J-Boog” Houston and Dreux “Lil Fizz” Frederic. This being the year 2000, the group was first known as Y2K before Stokes changed their name to B2K (meaning “Boys Of The New Millennium”). Omarion, a
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When Justin Townes Earle died at 38 in 2020, the Americana world was robbed of one of its brightest talents, a songwriter able to distill sadness, aspiration, and an undercurrent of alienation into vibrant, well-crafted folk songs. On Wednesday night in Nashville, those songs were brought back to vivid life during a year-delayed tribute concert
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Like Pearl Jam for the TikTok age, country/Americana star Zach Bryan is taking aim at the live-events behemoth Ticketmaster. The singer-songwriter immortalized his intense dislike for the company by titling his new live album All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live at Red Rocks) and surprise-releasing it last month, along with a vow to limit his
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1 “That’s All Right” Elvis Presley The 1954 recording session that produced “That’s All Right,” Presley’s debut single and first major hit, actually wasn’t the first time Presley had set foot in Sun Studio. He first checked in for studio time a year earlier, in 1953, to record a two-sided disc of “My Happiness” and
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Little Jimmy Dickens stood just 4 feet, 11 inches tall, but the magnitude of his contribution to country music was positively giant. Though the Grand Ole Opry star passed away on Jan. 2, 2015, his impact is still felt today — and the sweet memories of Dickens’ time onstage will not soon be forgotten. The singer made audiences laugh thousands of
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