Ronnie Dunn Is Not Afraid to Voice His Political Opinions

Ronnie Dunn is best known as a singer/songwriter but he’s also outspoken about his political beliefs. His single “Cost of Livin’” reflects his thoughts on America’s current economic climate. As the November elections grow closer, Ronnie is vocal on his thoughts on both presidential candidates — as he was in 2004 as a support of [...] Read More

Folk Artist & Guitarist Doc Watson Dies At 89

Legendary folk artist Doc Watson died Tuesday in Winston-Salem at the age of 89, reports the New York Times. Doc passed away in the hospital after a recent abdominal surgery. According to the Associated Press, Doc was hospitalized on Thursday after falling at his home in Deep Gap, North Carolina. Doc came into the national [...] Read More

Norah Jones Influenced By Country Music, Releases New Country Project

Norah Jones is a GRAMMY-winning jazz/pop artist, but country music has always been one of her biggest influences. Following the success of her debut album, Come Away With Me, she and four friends formed the group The Little Willies. Named after Norah’s childhood hero, Willie Nelson[Norah grew up in Texas], the group started performing unannounced [...] Read More

The Meaning Behind Toby Keith’s New Album Title

Toby Keith released his latest album, Clancy’s Tavern, Tuesday. The album’s title track was inspired by the Billy Garner’s Supper Club which his grandmother ran in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She put Toby to work in the kitchen when he was just 12 years old. “I’d do dishes and sit every night and watch that band [...] Read More

Taylor Swift’s Tour Is Broadway-Inspired

Reviewers all over are raving about Taylor Swift’s Speak Now World Tour, comparing its theatrical elements to those of Broadway shows. Turns out, those reviewers aren’t too far from where Taylor’s inspiration for her elaborate set, that includes everything from fireworks to flying balconies to aerialists, comes from. “Since I was a little kid I’ve [...] Read More