Brothers Osborne Talk Beating Burnout, Bad Gigs and Billie Eilish
Fresh off releasing their first live album, Brothers Osborne take a second to stop and smell the roses.
Sheryl Crow Inspired Lady Antebellum to Get More Involved in Music Education
Sheryl Crow's passion for music education has recently inspired Lady Antebellum to get more involved with the cause.
Lady Antebellum Say New Song With Busbee, ‘Alright,’ Embodies Late Friend and Collaborator…
Lady A's new album represents a lot of things, but one song in particular holds a special place.
Martina McBride Takes Spotify to Task Over Gender Disparity
McBride took to her Instagram stories to point a finger at the shameful lack of female country singers in her recommendations.
Review: Midland’s ‘Let It Roll’ Album Is a Near Flawless Continuation of Their Unique Styl…
Midland manage to avoid the dreaded "sophomore slump" by relying on what makes them so damn compelling in the first place.
Billy Ray Cyrus Quit Songwriting Before ‘Old Town Road’
"I told myself, 'You know, I've said everything I needed to say,'" Cyrus tells Taste of Country.
Johnny McGuire Found a Brother in Billy Ray Cyrus
When Walker McGuire called it quits, Johnny McGuire could've called it quits too.
Billy Ray Cyrus Is Known as ‘The Whistler’ to BTS
His contribution keeps whistling along.
Justin Moore’s ‘Late Nights and Longnecks’ Is His Best Yet — And His Safest
Justin Moore says his new album 'Late Nights and Longnecks' is his best one ever. Did he hit the mark?