The death of traditional country music may have been overstated. These 18 country singers are proving there is still allegiance to a less pop-friendly brand of twang. They also prove fans often need to go looking for it.
Sturgill Simpson's grandfather died Wednesday (March 15), prompting the singer to offer a heart-wrenching tribute on his Facebook page, citing his grandfather as the “greatest man” and “finest human being I will ever know.”
Sturgill Simpson joked that "the revolution will not be televised" at the end of his Grammy acceptance speech on Sunday afternoon (Feb. 12). The singer's A Sailor's Guide to Earth album won Best Country Album, a good sign for fans hoping he'll win one of the night's big awards.
Little Big Town and Sturgill Simpson are among the all-star acts who will perform at the upcoming 2017 Grammy Awards. The country quartet and the Americana star were among the acts announced in a press release on Thursday (Feb. 2).
On Monday singer/songwriter Sturgill Simpson took to Facebok to blast the ACMs for creating an award that celebrates Merle Haggard’s legacy. He accused the Academy of Country Music of joining others who have “hitched their wagon to his name.”
Sturgill Simpson’s critically acclaimed album from 2014 is one of 10 albums being re-released on pink vinyl later this month. Metamodern Sounds in Country Music joins projects from Primus, Ingrid Michaelson and more to support Gilda’s Club NYC, a cancer support organization founded in 1995.
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