Exploring the complicated racial legacy of country music reveals why the genre often goes from being a musical form to a vehicle for difficult conversations around race and identity.
No women were nominated for Entertainer of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards, even though artists such as Kacey Musgraves often top the charts.
The country artist gets real about the industry, her new music and Kacey Musgraves' Grammy wins.
"I think at the center of it is a true respect and love for each other, and a friendship."
Garth Brooks may have been standing on stage in Yankee Stadium before tens of thousands of fans, but his words had such an intimacy about them. It was as if he was leaning in for a one-on-one chat. "When I come to New York I never feel secure enough that I can be myself," he told the wildly adoring crowd. "But it turns out that's exactly what you want me to be. And I realize, you love me just as I am!"
Stopping by San Jose Nov 13 to kickoff their three-day leg of a world tour that started last year, Trisha Yearwood and husband
photo credit Ben Fink The Food Network host of Trisha's Southern Kitchen says that anyone can cook. "Cooking doesn't have
In 1975, as a high school student in the Midwest, I was a strong supporter of Jimmy Carter's bid for the White House. Fast forward forty years, and I continue to write about and be inspired by this great man.
"You start being a part of the community," he told the magazine. "The dads across the soccer field looked at me as a dad
From Eve Of Destruction to Already Gone: Conversations with Jack Tempchin and P.F. Sloan, Plus a Godsmack Track
Jack Tempchin: "Then the whole music thing happened with Bob Dylan and the folk era and eventually I started being a blues harmonica player, then I moved in to being a guitar playing songwriter and then full-on head or what they call now a 'hippie.'"