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If you’re looking for subtlety and nuance, you’ve come to the wrong spot. Here’s to the Good Times lives up to its title, as practically every cut declares, in a bold and ... Read More
Brad Paisley has a definite knack for bringing his songs to life through videos, never getting too artsy or ethereal, but leaning more to literal interpretations with clever touches. Read More
Windy City crowd toasts new dad during tour stop. Read More
Leesburg, Ga., was in the house—or in the field—when Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour made its final stop for this year’s run in Macon, Ga. And if 16,000 screaming fans weren’t ... Read More
There is absolutely no sound reason that Uncle Kracker, a former rapper and DJ in Kid Rock’s Twisted Brown Trucker Band, should find success in country music. Yet here he is, charting Top 10 ... Read More
Country music has very little to do with geography and a whole lot to do with lifestyle and lyric—even more so with authenticity. And Aaron Lewis is mostly on the mark with his first ... Read More
Luke Bryan has come a long way from his 2007 debut album, I’ll Stay Me. Not only have his songwriting and song choices become more mature, so has his voice. With more depth and texture, ... Read More
With the exception of guilty pleasures such as “Red Solo Cup”—which will never be mistaken for high art—there has been a distinct maturity to Toby Keith’s recorded ... Read More
For those unfamiliar with Corey Smith’s music, now might be the time to get to know this gifted singer/songwriter. Read More
Let’s get this out of the way: Red is not a country album. And don’t let anyone try to convince you otherwise. No, Taylor Swift’s latest, her fourth, is a pop album through and ... Read More
On Change My Mind, Billy Ray shows off the bluesy, barrelhouse rocking style that really suits him best. Particularly on the title track and “Once Again,” Billy Ray’s smoky ... Read More
Take an artist who knows his wheelhouse but isn’t afraid to stretch beyond boundaries, add the confidence that comes from having more than a dozen hits, and you’ve got the newest ... Read More
There are labors of love and then there are albums like Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran, in which an artist is so fully committed to a project—or, in this case, to a ... Read More
"Free the music, Forth Worth!" The message was clear and country when Jerrod Niemann and his band took the stage at Academy of Country Music Nightclub of the Year Billy Bob's Texas, ... Read More
For those of us who reside in Music City, there's always a “cringe factor” when a TV network or movie studio announces plans to portray Nashville and the country music industry. ... Read More
The Ryman Auditorium is magnificent in both history and structure, but the 2,000-plus seat venue felt as intimate as a supper club when Martina McBride and her band took the stage Friday night ... Read More
Fans of Jerrod Niemann’s major-label debut, Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury, are familiar with the country star’s rather cerebral way of putting together an album. So they’ll ... Read More
The wind began to switch and Bridgestone Arena began to pitch Sunday (Sept. 23) when Carrie Underwood’s Blown Away Tour stopped into the Nashville landmark for a hometown show. Read More

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