Amanda Wicks is a culture writer whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, Vulture, Pitchfork, The Bluegrass Situation, Paste, and elsewhere. She currently lives in North Carolina.
Joel King discusses the inspiration for the rock 'n' roll track.
The children's album will be released March 26 via New West Records.
The roots-infused title track appears on his forthcoming tenth album, You Don't Really Know Me.
Burrow's new single crackles with Texas heat.
Rising country star Jake Hoot has shared a new song, 'Somethin' We Can Slow Dance To', from his debut EP Love Out of Time.
Toronto’s rollicking country-rock band F. Scott & the Nighthawks take a more sentimental note on their new single.
The jaunty song shows off the band's warm harmonies and playful spirit.
Even with the chaos of life swirling around Davidson “like a carousel”, she doesn’t let it get her down.
Bourdet's newest single has 60s folk-inspired sound.
The powerful video from the multi-instrumentalist tells the story of North Carolina activist Dreama Caldwell and the need for cash bail reform.
The Montana-based folk band has shared an emotionally charged new single.
As he gets closer to the release of his new album See You Next Time, Joshua Ray Walker has shared 'Flash Paper' - a personal, powerful song about his father, who died in November after battling cancer - premiering exclusively with Holler.
The cover appears on Baiman's new album Cycles and features Watchhouse's Andrew Marlin and Josh Oliver.
Rhiannon Giddens searched for a salve in the one place she knew where to find it: music. But it wasn't enough to write her way through her feelings of longing and loss. She needed the community that collaboration offered — the way that it, too, could be a home.
In her new music video, River sings about the strength necessary to break away from what everyone else is doing.
The show will stream live from Nashville on February 19
The Infamous Stringdusters' fiddler covers the famous country song by Jimmie Rodgers on his forthcoming solo album.
M.C Taylor is crafting an ongoing investigation into existential matters: of identity and self, of family and fatherhood, of faith, of art and what happens when it has to “pay the rent”. The result is one of the most profound and insightful catalogues from a contemporary musician.
The band tapped Mehitabel and the What’s Their Name Brothers for their quirky ode to small town residents.
In the long tradition of 'singing cowboys', ranch hand and singer/songwriter Arman has much to say.
Against inflections of traditional country, Sampson sings about finding the good in life.
The duo released their new single this past week.
On star-crossed, Musgraves' vulnerability doesn’t fully disappear, but neither does she trust it so completely anymore. What emerges are astute observations told plainly. Wrapping them in witticisms or metaphors would lose the truth they need to convey — to herself as much as to anyone else.
The queer Filipino artist delivers a swaggering bravado on the honky tonk track.