The bad thing about ruts is that once you realize you're in one, you only have yourself to blame.
Last year around this time, I wrote about Kenneth Farmer and his idea to book a multiday music festival called Rockanooga in and around Finley Stadium. A couple of months ago, I followed up on the idea of what type of big concer
Hargus "Pig" Robbins was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Oct. 21, along with Connie Smith and Garth Brooks.
About a week ago in a galaxy pretty much exactly like the one in which you're reading this, a deal went down that is arguably the most important entertainment news of the year.
When it comes to nightlife, there are some evenings when the stars align in crooked patterns to create unforgettable experiences. Last week, I experienced three in a row.
I stumbled across a podcast over the weekend featuring T Bone Burnett on NPR discussing the 10th anniversary of the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack.
One of the best things about being an adult is that, except for agents of the government and your boss, almost no one can tell you what to do.
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The second episode of "Nashville" aired Wednesday on ABC, with The Dirty Guv'nahs providing a track, and the early reviews are mostly positive.
To be clear, loving music and being a gorilla are two very different things. Except when they're not.