Singer-songwriter takes Rolling Stone Country to his favorite Music City spots and performs new song "Ain't a Road Too Long"
Driven by strong sales, superstar's first LP in 15 years, 'Now,' claims the top spot on the Billboard 200
'Part 1: The First Five Years,' due November 14th, looks at Brooks' output from 1989 through 1993
'The Flame' will include intimate, previously unpublished notebook sections, illustrations, prose pieces
Liam Gallagher's invigorated solo debut, Kelela's shape-shifting R&B, Marilyn Manson's dispatch from the edge and more albums to stream this week
Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley, Margo Price and Charlie Worsham were all influenced by the leader of the Heartbreakers
"I was basically told by several labels that I don’t have what it takes," the Lone Star singer recalls of his early trips to Music City
Before he changed rock history, the legendarily cranky singer-songwriter had to invent himself
A good oyster is a thrill that invokes memories both real and imagined, what author Rowan Jacobsen calls "more mood than food"
'Playboy' founder, who died at age 91 on Wednesday, purchased L.A. crypt for $75,000 in 1992
Kamasi Washington's expansive EP, Shania Twain's comeback, Miley Cyrus' country makeover and more albums to stream this week
Band, tech company pledge $100,000 to 20 high schools throughout U.S. demonstrating significant need
Glossy new series, premiering in 2018, will follow aspiring artists around Nashville
"He had a lot of pain in his life and his reaction to that was to try and reach out to other people and alleviate pain," Roth says
Titled after Lake Texoma in his home state of Oklahoma, new LP includes latest single "I'll Name the Dogs"