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  • George Strait Tributes Law Enforcement in Next Single

    In an era when law enforcement is often repudiated by many, George Strait runs counter to that by speaking about the seriousness and sacrifices police officers, sheriff department personnel, and anyone who dons a shield and sidearm to go to work every day must endure. Written by George Strait himself, with son Bubba and Dean Dillon.

  • Album Review – Jimbo Pap’s “It Can Always Get Worse”

    For those who want something well-written and performed, offbeat, wildly-entertaining and adventurous, while still sticking strictly to country music's roots, a swim through this debut record by Jimbo Pap will be a hoot, and right down your alley. Jimbo Pap and It Can Always Get Worse came about almost by accident.

  • Natalie Maines Confirms New Dixie Chicks Album “Gaslighter”

    We've known for a while that a new Jack Antonoff-produced album from the Dixie Chicks was on the way. Now we have a title, and more details behind what motivated the upcoming record. In a recent appearance, not only did Dixie Chicks member Natalie Maines drop the album title, she also spoke in depth about the inspiration for the album.

  • Yola Takes Strong Momentum From AmericanaFest On The Road

    British-born country soul singer Yola didn't win anything she was nominated for at the 2019 Americana Music Awards last week. But a consensus emerged throughout the 2019 AmericanaFest event that this was the moment Yola had arrived. Along with multiple opening opportunities, she has announced her "Walk Through The Fire World Tour."

  • Cody Jinks Promises 2nd “Loud & Heavy Fest,” Releases New Songs

    Yes, there will be a 2nd Annual Loud and Heavy Fest featuring Cody Jinks and a personally curated lineup of artists from Jinks himself, with the details forthcoming. This is the news coming out of the Cody Jinks camp, while two new songs have just been released from Cody's two upcoming albums.

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