The Civil Wars

‘Nashville’ Premiere – What Was the Song Duet at the End of the Show?
‘Nashville’ Premiere – What Was the Song Duet at the End of the Show?
While the 'Nashville' premiere episode on ABC was loaded with country music, one performance at the very end by characters Scarlett O'Connor and Gunnar Scott (played by Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio) is receiving the most attention. The song -- 'If I Didn't Go Better' -- was written and originally recorded by a male/female duet that became a Grammy winning act in 2012.
The Civil Wars’ Joy Williams Opens Up About the Delivery of Her New Baby
The Civil Wars’ Joy Williams Opens Up About the Delivery of Her New Baby
The Civil Wars singer Joy Williams must be superwoman. In addition to constantly wowing fans and critics with her gorgeous vocals, the 29-year-old singer called giving birth to her first baby boy "a breeze." In a recent interview with People, Williams opened up about her labor story and what it's like to be a new mom to baby Miles Alexander, who was born on June 30.
Snippet of the Civil Wars’ New Track ‘Kingdom Come’ From ‘The Hunger Games’ Soundtrack Released
Snippet of the Civil Wars’ New Track ‘Kingdom Come’ From ‘The Hunger Games’ Soundtrack Released
When you think of the folksy Americana duo the Civil Wars and the highly anticipated film 'The Hunger Games,' your mind likely jumps first to the Civil Wars' popular Taylor Swift collaboration 'Safe & Sound,' which was the lead single from the soundtrack. But the duo has another song on the compilation, and this time it's one they wrote on their own. You can preview the clip below.
Grammy Appearances Provide Album Sales Boosts For Lady Antebellum, the Civil Wars + More
Grammy Appearances Provide Album Sales Boosts For Lady Antebellum, the Civil Wars + More
While Adele stole the headlines during and after the 2012 Grammy Awards, a number of country artists are also enjoying the afterglow. Albums from Lady Antebellum and the Civil Wars enjoyed impressive sales boosts following the red carpet event of the year. The groups respectively earned the Best Country Album and Best Country Duo/Group Performance Grammys.
The Civil Wars’ Joy Williams Expecting First Child
The Civil Wars’ Joy Williams Expecting First Child
The Civil Wars had quite a week. After winning two Grammy Awards at last night's ceremony, one for Best Country Duo/Group Performance and one for Best Folk Album, the vintage duo also gave a stellar performance of their ever-popular tune, 'Barton Hollow.' Then, backstage after the performance, the female half of the duo, Joy Williams, spilled the beans that she and her husband/the band's manager N
The Civil Wars Pick Up Best Country Duo/Group Performance Award at 2012 Grammys
The Civil Wars Pick Up Best Country Duo/Group Performance Award at 2012 Grammys
Congrats to the Civil Wars for picking up the Best Country Duo/Group Performance award at the 2012 Grammy Awards. The pair nabbed the trophy for their debut album, 'Barton Hollow.' While the Civil Wars, and their music, are obviously quality enough to earn them a Grammy and the national attention that comes along with it, it was frontman John Paul White's acceptance speech that will be vividly rem