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DVD Review: ‘Nashville – The Complete First Season’

Nashville The Complete First Season

Life is more complicated in Nashville than just cranking out music. Read More »

Music Review: Wild Ponies – ‘Things That Used to Shine’


You can feel the raw emotion in these well-crafted songs, and especially in Telisha Williams's voice as she sings songs of experience, but not of innocence. Read More »

Paisley Concert Tour Helps Feed the Hungry in Haiti

Country singer Brad Paisley did a masterpiece painting at a recent fundraiser for the charity Live Beyond. One dollar from each ticket sale from his tour will benefit the charity, which is providing aid in Haiti. (LiveBeyond photo)

Just five ticket sales can provide a family in Haiti with food that can last a month. Read More »

Brad Paisley’s Courageous Attempt to Bridge the Racial Gap

A country music star takes a brave stand, but is this simply a bridge too far? Read More »

Music Review: George Jones – The Complete United Artists Solo Singles

It's an inconsistent collection, but one with enough classic tracks to make it essential for any country music fan. Read More »

Music Review: Kris Kristofferson – Feeling Mortal

Once you get past the initial bite, Kristofferson's music leaves you with a warmth filling you from the inside out. Read More »

Music Review: Merle Haggard – The Complete ‘60s Capitol Singles

From jailbird to icon, this classic singles collection chronicles the transformation of Merle Haggard. Read More »

Music Review: The Steeldrivers – Hammer Down

This disc is just about as close to flawless as today's mainstream bluegrass gets. Read More »

Book Review: Waylon: An Autobiography by Waylon Jennings with Lenny Kaye

The late country music legend's autobiography tells his story with refreshing honesty and humor. Read More »

Book Review: House Of Cash: The Legacies Of My Father Johnny Cash by John Carter Cash

Find out more about the man and the parent behind the guitar and out of the limelight. Read More »