In the quality department, Maren Morris’s recently released second album ‘Girl’ is no match for her first.
If Carrie Underwood is the person who sings about taking a Louisville Slugger to her boyfriend’s car, Miranda Lambert is the person who would actually do it.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour: The best performances, the anticipated politics, and the unfolding celebrity drama of award season.
Honor your heritage, stand up for yourself, don’t take yourself too seriously, and don’t quit. And carry a pistol if you want to.
Talented as they are, not one of the women who took the stage with Dolly Parton at the Grammys will ever manage to be as impressive as she.
Here’s are the nominees that should win this year, across all genres. Please forgive me in advance for picking Florida Georgia Line.
While we saw classic country performances by Nashville legends, more and more artists took the stage with songs that look, feel, and sound more like pop music.
Dolly Parton’s classic moment from the CMAs 40 years ago is an important reminder.
If ever there were a time to elevate Loretta Lynn, it’s now. And CMT crowns Loretta Lynn ‘Artist of a Lifetime’ at its annual Artists of the Year broadcast tonight.
Fans are feeling let down after Willie Nelson announced on Sept. 12 he would be headlining a benefit concert for Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas.
’90’s Country,’ the late-summer single from Walker Hayes, is a clever and catchy nod to a long-gone era in the genre that sounds more like a Jason Mraz song than any of the music it celebrates.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, author John Lingan untangles the overlapping themes of country music, American folkways turning into chaos, and the small town of Winchester, Virginia.
‘At Folsom Prison’ reignited Johnny Cash’s music career, and led to a second live album at San Quentin the following year. It is still thought to be one of the best live albums of all time.
Cowles is an artist you can enjoy while you’re driving down a country road, downing a few beers with friends on your back deck, or just hanging out on Saturday afternoon.
We are in the throes of a country music revival not seen since the heyday of Hank Junior, and ‘Port Saint Joe’ is among the reasons why.
‘Tales from the Tour Bus’ is an animated series Mike Judge has produced for Cinemax, about the stars of country music from the ‘50s onward.
The Allman Brothers pioneered the sounds that define Southern and jam rock, and without Gregg Allman, who died Saturday, the band and genre would never have become so popular.
Although 20 years have come and gone, Johnny Cash’s final albums still offer the listener a vision into what it means to live a life of faith.
Country artist Sturgill Simpson’s authenticity reminds everyone just how absurd Beyonce and Drake really are.
Long gone are the ballads of the common man. In their place, we’ve got lots of booze, driving on dirt roads, and objectifying lyrics about women.
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