Nashville string band's Ketch Secor and Critter Fuqua explain why they chose to re-create Dylan's 1966 opus for a new live album
"It's either going to sink me or allow me to fly," says the singer, who takes the music industry to task on devilish new LP 'Wrangled'
"That one show left an impression on me I will never forget," says the guitarist, who died April 9th at 75
"It's about evolving and growing up and becoming more aware of who you are," he says of 'Canyons of My Mind'
With 'Something's Going On,' deep-voiced country singer releases his best – and most self-aware – LP in years
Eclectic group gets back on the dance floor with boisterous 'Brand New Day,' their first studio album since launching their own label
Americana singer-songwriter remembers his departed peers, from Townes Van Zandt to Susanna Clark, on vulnerable new album
'The Psalms' is the first album in 11 years for the outlaw country singer and widow of Waylon Jennings
Candid singer-songwriter shares the loss that inspired the personal "Bottle by My Bed" and helped form her brilliant new LP 'Trophy'
Country-music preservationist enlists Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers guitarist for 'Way Out West,' a trippy tribute to the Golden State
Leader of Zac Brown Band discusses "minimalistic" approach to group's new 'Welcome Home' LP and his experimental Sir Rosevelt
Independent star behind 'The Underdog' discusses his Marshall Altman-produced project, out today
Former 'One Tree Hill' star portrays visionary rock & roll producer on CMT's newest scripted series
Texas band refuses to mellow out with latest offering 'Graveyard Whistling'
Tribute album 'Feel Like Going Home: The Songs of Charlie Rich' looks at the pre-country stardom output of the "Most Beautiful Girl" crooner