Superstar discusses his latest album project and why country radio is still very important
Country music's hard-rocking everyman on choosing the right song, his love-him-or-hate-him public image and why he'll never put out an acoustic album
King of Country sits for a wide-ranging interview before his surprise show at Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas
"What Mattered Most" singer returns with first new record since publicly coming out as a gay man
How Ohio singer-songwriter went from bassist in family band to self-assured rising star
With the dark honky-tonk country of 'I'm Not the Devil,' the former metal singer finds a passionate audience
Twenty years after the release of her debut album, Welch and David Rawlings' close harmonies and imaginative storytelling remain influential
"There is room for subversive art in Americana music," says the out-of-the-box singer-songwriter, who released the new album 'Silver Tears'
"When I was making it, people were like, 'It's a conspiracy theorist album.' But now it seems very normal," says Jennings of 2010's 'Black Ribbons'
Producer Rick Rubin and Marty Stuart recall the story of the Man in Black's mesmerizing 1996 album
With 'Like an Arrow' debuting at Number One, the Georgia band helps make a fading genre cool again
"I wanted my album to be released on a human emotion rather than a social statement," country superstar says of 'Cosmic Hallelujah'
"Peaceful Easy Feeling" songwriter tells humorous stories behind the hits and details his upcoming LP saluting the late Eagle
Singer-songwriter talks latest LP 'I Am the Rain,' covering Dylan and how she deals with online haters
Lauded songwriter tells stories behind tunes recorded by Chris Stapleton, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Brothers Osborne and Bobby Bones