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Country Music Was Designed for a Bad Year Like This
Lucinda Williams, the Drive-By Truckers, Jason Isbell, and Steve Earle have each released albums that speak to the stress of being alive right now.
A Wake for John Prine
A collection of memories, stories, and tributes from some of his closest friends and collaborators.
Lucinda Williams on Her New Album and the South
“Discovering Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty and those southern short-story writers, it really informed my writing.”
out on the weekend
This Weekend’s Concerts, From Nicki Minaj to Arcade Fire
Plus: Cut Copy, Ke$ha, Diddy Dirty Money, yhe Kills, and more, in our weekly concert roundup.
Hear a New Beck Song on the
Also new tracks from Lucinda Williams and Elvis Costello.
Which Old People Will Be Nominated for Grammys Tomorrow?
Do any young artists stand a chance this year? Sadly, no.
Lucinda Williams and a Brief History of Blatantly Nostalgic Concert Cash-Ins
The “theme night” is not a new concept, but only recently has it become its own concert genre and an important revenue stream.