GAC Album Review: The Time Jumpers’ Self-Titled Debut

The Time Jumpers first formed in 1998 as a group of top-level Nashville studio musicians looking to cut loose on classic country and western swing. Settling in at Music City’s famed bluegrass club The Station Inn, The Time Jumpers took up a weekly residence with a band that includes vocalist/guitarist “Ranger Doug” Green (Riders In [...] Read More

Jamey Johnson to Celebrate New Album with Ryman Auditorium Concert

Jamey Johnson will celebrate the release of his new album, Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran, with a concert at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on October 16, the same day the album hits stores. Jamey will be joined by several of his friends during the show. Tickets go on sale September 7 at [...] Read More

Tom T. Hall to Be Honored as BMI Icon

Music Row reports BMI will honor the legendary songwriter Tom T. Hall by naming him a BMI Icon at their 60th annual Country Awards. The ceremony will be held October 30 at BMI’s Music Row offices in Nashville. The BMI Icon award is given to songwriters who have had a ‘unique and indelible influence on [...] Read More

Photo Gallery: 50 Honky Tonks In 50 States

Brantley Gilbert said it best in his hit single “Country Must Be Country Wide.” Wherever you go in the United States, you’ll find country fans – and Honky Tonks! We went on a virtual road trip to hunt down some of the best Honky Tonks across the country for our 50 Honky Tonks In 50 [...] Read More

Jamey Johnson to Release Hank Cochran Tribute Album

Jamey Johnson has teamed up with some of the biggest names in country music for his new album which doubles as a tribute to legendary singer/songwriter Hank Cochran. Livin’ For a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran is set for an October 16 release but will first be available on vinyl beginning September 25. Hank [...] Read More