The American Epic Sessions recounts artists performing songs of their heroes on a 1920s recording system.
Sam Riggs doesn’t blow you away, but impresses nonetheless with his solid new album ‘Breathless’.
Randy Houser delivers fourth LP ‘Fired Up,’ showcasing impressive vocals and several standout songs.
Megan and Liz chat about their EP, DEUX and what they have learned about themselves during the recording process.
The singer-songwriter offers catchy, radio-ready tracks on his new Luke Laird-produced project.
The Canadian singer-songwriter’s latest LP, “Hard Settle, Ain’t Troubled,” is sprinkled with pedal steel and represents Woods’ growth as an artist.
Vince Gill masters melancholy and basks in true love on his 18th studio release, ‘Down To My Last Bad Habit.’
Charles Kelley’s ‘The Driver’ boasts bluesy country, artful lyrics and tasteful collaborations.
The trendy “Riser” follow-up is cruise-ship-ready but lacks originality.
Miranda Lambert’s “Sweet By and By” is the first song released from the compilation album “Southern Family”