Playing a Monday night in D.C. can be tough for any act, particularly when the gig kicks off at 10…
For Simpson’s first album since his 2014 breakthrough, the inventive country singer crafts a highly personal song cycle about order and insubordination.
The “Okie from Muskogee” talks life, music and songwriting in this 2003 interview. Haggard died Wednesday morning.
A debut solo record, born of both heartache and imagination, is saturated with sounds of ’60s and ’70s Nashville.
With his wife Morgane, the country singer-songwriter sings patient, detailed songs of devotion to love, Los Angeles and liquor.
The fast-rising country band brings first-rate craftsmanship to one of popular music’s abiding themes: savoring fleeting pleasures.
With a sound rooted in rich vocal harmonies and acoustic instrumentation, the young country-pop duo explores a sense of living in between childhood and the next thing.
Before closing with the go-your-own-way anthem “Follow Your Arrow,” the country singer showcases four songs from her terrific second album, Pageant Material.
A solo singer, go-to collaborator and member of the Pistol Annies, Monroe is a star who’s both arrived and rising: accepted by insiders without losing her veneer of outsider cool.
To followers of D.C. indie rock, John Davis and Chris Richards might be familiar names. They toured widely with their…
More than three decades after Pancho & Lefty, the country titans pair up again, this time for an album that puts eclecticism front and center.