"Our voices are all we have right now, and it's important to use them," says performer of writing for 'All American Made'
"Fix a Drink" singer, who binge watches shamanic healings on YouTube, addresses male behavior on new album 'Everybody'
Newly inducted Grand Ole Opry member embraces his role as primary songwriter and producer on his seventh LP
No-bullshit singer-lyricist Leroy Virgil opens up about the implosion and rebirth of his scuzzy country-rock band
Country music's fairy godmother reveals the playful method she used to create 'I Believe in You,' her first record written expressly for kids
On new album ‘First Cigarette,’ Eric Church collaborator overcomes past tragedy – cancer, rehab – to become one of Music Row’s most vital artists
Major country artists seem to be backing away from NRA relationships after the deadliest shooting in modern American history
"I felt this sick pit in my stomach," says the "My Church" singer, who performed at Route 91 two days before the massacre
"Drinkin' Problem" trio's debut LP 'On the Rocks' harnesses their rough and ready origins
Acclaimed songwriter-producer returns to put an orchestral spin on some of his most familiar songs
Superstar opens up about the fight to regain control of her voice and the LP 'Now,' her first new album in 15 years
Americana wunderkind isn't afraid to act his 22 years on latest release, produced by Marshall Altman
As the burgeoning musical format kicks off its 18th AmericanaFest, some question if the community is as inclusive as it should be
"A lot of this record is very autobiographical and nostalgic," says the "Craving You" singer, who releases a bold new project
Sparsely produced ballad flies in the face of convention, but is resonating with both fans and country radio