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Texas Songwriter Charlie Robison Says He Can No Longer Sing

Texas Songwriter Charlie Robison Says He Can No Longer Sing

Red Dirt singer-songwriter Charlie Robison has announced his retirement from performing, citing complications from surgery earlier this year via a post on his Facebook page Monday night. “[A]t the beginning of this year I underwent a surgical procedure that because of complications left me with the permanent inability to sing. Therefore, with a very heavy heart I…More

Willie Nelson Will Headline A Rally For Beto O’Rourke

Willie Nelson Will Headline A Rally For Beto O’Rourke

At his annual 4th of July Picnic near Austin earlier this summer, Willie Nelson welcomed Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke onstage to join him on guitar for set-closing renditions of “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die” and “Will the Circle Be Unbroken.” There’s a good chance that the country icon and galvanizing…More

Cody Jinks’ Loud And Heavy Fest Is Outlaw Alternative to Status Quo

Cody Jinks’ Loud And Heavy Fest Is Outlaw Alternative to Status Quo

Cody Jinks started to let loose as his inaugural Loud and Heavy Fest wound down in Fort Worth, Texas, on Saturday night. With his hometown skyline for a backdrop, the 38-year-old country singer wanted his fans to join in on a song that may as well be his anthem, “Cast No Stones.” “Alright, your turn!” Jinks…More

How Shooter Jennings Mixes Outlaw Country, Nerdy Cool On New Album

How Shooter Jennings Mixes Outlaw Country, Nerdy Cool On New Album

Shooter Jennings wants to tour with robots. Which, if you’ve been following the songwriter’s eclectic career, makes complete and perfect sense. While he may be the son of leather-and-lace country couple Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, the 39-year-old is less inspired by the outlaw Seventies than he is the outsized Eighties. He’s obsessed with vintage video…More

Hear Cody Jinks’ Brooding New Song ‘Must Be The Whiskey’

Hear Cody Jinks’ Brooding New Song ‘Must Be The Whiskey’

Cody Jinks is never one for pretense, but he cuts to the quick on moody slow-burner “Must Be the Whiskey,” the no-nonsense new single from his just announced LP, Lifers. The first song to receive an official release from Lifers – the eighth album from the thrash-metal singer turned indie-country outlaw – chugs along with a martial, and…More

Hear Cody Canada And The Departed’s Biting New Song ‘Lipstick’

Hear Cody Canada And The Departed’s Biting New Song ‘Lipstick’

Cody Canada, a poster child of the Red Dirt scene as the front man of Cross Canadian Ragweed, is returning to the fray with his band the Departed and their first LP of new material in three years, 3. With the news comes the album’s first song, a winding country rocker called “Lipstick.” Read more about…More

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Oak Ridge Boys Announce 29th Annual Christmas Tour

Oak Ridge Boys Announce 29th Annual Christmas Tour

The Oak Ridge Boys will once again celebrate the holiday season with their Shine the Light On Christmas Tour. ORB’s 29th annual holiday tour, which will take the group to 32 cities in 18 states, kicks off on Nov. 14 in Branson, Mo., and makes additional stops in Boise, Topeka, Nashville and more. “The Shine…More

New Study Reveals Luke Bryan, Garth Brooks & Kenny Chesney Are Viewed “Favorably,” Especially Among Republicans

New Study Reveals Luke Bryan, Garth Brooks & Kenny Chesney Are Viewed “Favorably,” Especially Among Republicans

Morning Consult, a technology company that collects, organizes and shares research data, conducted a Favorable/Unfavorable Survey based on Forbes’ list of the 100 Highest-Paid Celebrities. Forbes’ 2018 list includes three country stars: No. 45: Luke Bryan, $52 million No. 59: Garth Brooks, $45.5 million No. 87: Kenny Chesney, $37 million According to Morning Consult’s study,…More

Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s “CMT Artists of the Year” Special

Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s “CMT Artists of the Year” Special

From honorees and awards to performers and presenters, here’s everything a country music fan needs to know about CMT’s Artists of the Year television special. Date: Oct. 17 Time: 8 p.m. ET Location: Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center Television Station: CMT Honorees: CarrieUnderwood, Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman,…More

“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Tenille Townes

“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Tenille Townes

You know you’re doing something right when Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town handpick you as the opener for their Bandwagon Tour, right? Well, that is exactly what happened to Tenille Townes this summer. When it comes to Tenille’s talents, I was actually a little slow to the party. Not anymore, thanks in part to…More

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