Dolly Parton's sold-out show at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium on Saturday night (Aug. 1) was more than just a concert home run. It was also a personal glimpse inside the creative process of one of the most important singer-songwriters in country music history.
This video still shows the location of this "live" video, which is a big portion of the whole. The chandelier may give you a hint as to what swanky venue this video was filmed in. Another clue? The song was the debut single from a newcomer, out in 2014. Think you may know who it is?
Eric Church headlined the first show at Nashville’s new Ascend Amphitheater Thursday night (July 30) and brought a very special tune to the stage, inspired by his 3-year-old son, Boone. The touching ballad, called simply “Three-Year-Olds,” is a tribute to the life lessons Church has learned from his little boy's three years of wisdom.
Modern country fans may not recognize Buddy Emmons’ name, but they have almost certainly heard his work. The legendary steel guitar player passed away Wednesday (July 29) at the age of 78, but his talent lives on in the music of many other country icons, not to mention his influence on country music as a whole.
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