Baritone trad-country singer channels Hank Williams Jr., Jamey Johnson in harrowing track
Foul-mouthed country music singer will play Nashville, New York and L.A. in support of new 'Ol' Wheeler' album
Country singer, who delivers the keynote address at the annual music festival, will headline a March 18th show in Austin
Suave new act strip down latest single for an acoustic showcase in Indianapolis
How the singer-songwriter overcame record-label limbo and rebuilt her sound with help from the Black Keys' Patrick Carney
"I just want something to eat, made with a vertical rotisserie of lamb meat," sings Bryan in a skit lampooning the pronunciation of the street food
"Do you know what people say on their death bed? They fucking regret working too much, and Dan and I have worked our asses off"
Power-pop trio will release their 10th studio album, 'Back to Us,' on May 19th
Janson unleashes harmonica fury and a few lines of Sublime's "What I Got" during rap-rock kingpin's surprise appearance
"It's about the all-in/all-out kind of crowd," says singer Michael Hobby of the rock-country band's new single
Sturgill Simpson, Kacey Musgraves and Willie Nelson also join in on "Luckenbach, Texas," a highlight of an upcoming Waylon Jennings TV special
'Justified' theme-song composer releases clip for political new track "Mugshot," off his upcoming solo album 'Them's the Breaks'
Pennsylvania songwriter's take on the Eighties hit has become a staple of his live shows
String band's version of Dylan's 1966 classic was recorded live at the Country Music Hall of Fame and is their first release for Columbia Nashville
Hosted by Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards air April 2nd on CBS