She awed a young Elton John, influenced Taylor Swift and had the Beatles open for her. So why doesn't Brenda Lee get more respect?
Clip for lead single from new LP 'By the Way, I Forgive You' packs an emotional punch in black and white
Singer-songwriter taps into the idea of acceptance and forgiveness for stunning new LP 'By the Way, I Forgive You'
Fetty Wap, Brothers Osborne, Lanco and more will perform at the inaugural Nashional Festival in April
Singer also discusses retiring from the road, and the "pretty fucking gloomy" outlook that inspired her new album 'Whistle Down the Wind'
From Sara Evans' pop-country stunner to Jeffrey Steele's old-school Sons of the Palomino project
As some artists begin to speak up about common sense gun laws, others wonder if it'll ever be enough to weaken the NRA's grip on Nashville
Kip Moore flipped off the industry, Willie Nelson taunted mortality, and Margo Price questioned the American dream
"That's not an organization I want anything to do with," says the country singer-songwriter of the NRA
"There's going to be the whole spectrum," says Illinois native of plans to branch out stylistically on his new LP
Patterson Hood and bandmates tackle political acrimony in Election Day release, the group's first since 'American Band'
Veteran singer and Wilco frontman on what fueled their urgent, outspoken collaboration 'If All I Was Was Black'
Our take on the latest EP from the New Mexico roots-popper
Our take on the acclaimed country songwriter's 'All American Made'
Major country artists seem to be backing away from NRA relationships after the deadliest shooting in modern American history