Mike Stinson takes an exhaustive inventory on new album Hell and Half of Georgia.
Eric Brace (left) and Peter CooperThe senior music writer and columnist for Nashville daily The Tennesseean and a professor of country music history at Vanderbilt University, Peter Cooper also steps out as a performing songwriter when his schedule permits. He rolls into town Friday night at M ... More >>
Photo by Mark C. AustinThe Bright Light Social HourThe artist lineup on day one of ACL was massive to say the least. And we caught as many of the bands as our fleet feet allowed as to. As we wait for the reviews to roll in, enjoy some of our favorite concert shots from the day so far.
We freely admit we are homers, as big a fans of Hayes Carll as Milo Hamilton is of the Astros, but the Press isn't the only media outlet in the country impressed by Carll's first Lost Highway album, Trouble in Mind. The album, which featured the Americana Music Association's song of the year, "She L ... More >>
Tommy Womack is one of the wackiest, most manic songwriters to ever pass through Nashville. He’s probably somewhere on a par with guys like Phil Lee, only Lee doesn’t publish books, blog incessantly, or ruminate on the mind’s inner tickings to the point of insanity (our man Womack seems to hav ... More >>
Linus Pauling Quartet: Crunchy on the outside, cheesy in the middle
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With the help of city government, Matthew Knowles hopes to find the next Destiny's Child. You got a problem with that?
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Jack Ingram takes his rightful place in the long line of masterful Texas singer-songwriters
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