Texas music wildcard remains as irreverent as ever on new 'Tell the Devil I'm Getting There as Fast as I Can'
Georgia native carves his own path with collection of personal new songs
How the singer-songwriter who knocked the Beatles out of the Number One spot 50 years ago quietly revolutionized country music
Siblings' first-ever collaborative LP, 'Not Dark Yet,' includes Dylan, Cobain, Haggard songs, plus an emotionally charged original
Outspoken singer-songwriter's new album 'So You Wanna Be an Outlaw' salutes music's hardcore troubadours
Recorded in a marathon overnight session, the Texas group's new LP is informed by the untimely death of Abbott's father
32-year-old country singer isn't shy about carnal desire on sultry new project
Americana storyteller takes aim at Trump's Christianity and discusses why he's not afraid of alienating Southern fans
"You listen to Harry Styles' new album and it's real songwriting, singing," says the "Redneck Woman," who released the new LP 'Ready to Get Rowdy'
"Why is that the only thing available to us?" asks Evans of songs about trucks, dirt roads and tight jeans
"We gotta be telling the truth," says the under-appreciated singer-guitarist of his brilliant LP 'Beginning of Things'
After "Road Less Traveled" becoming a hit, she's letting the disappointments and traumas of the past fuel her songwriting and forging ahead
"I was like, 'I'm having an identity crisis,'" says the high-lonesome vocalist, who does a singer-songwriter about-face on LP 'Careless Soul'
"They swapped pills like it was M&Ms and nobody thought anything about it," says Stuart, whose 'Way Out West' describes a mind-altering trip
From four-wheeling with Johnny Cash to providing contemporary country with one of its most popular guitar tones, the band's Music City roots run deep