The city synonymous with the country music business is in transition. How is it dealing with rapid change, and the Trump era? A panel discussion on Popcast.
Ms. Krauss brings her pop-inflected bluegrass sensibility to “Windy City,” a new album of lushly orchestrated country covers.
Adele swept the top categories, winning album of the year for “25” and both record of the year and song of the year for “Hello.” She dedicated her triumphs to Beyoncé.
Kurt Bardella, a former Republican congressional aide who is now a public relations consultant and skeptic of President Trump, has started The Morning Hangover Tipsheet.
Ryan Adams recalls the night at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville when a distracting voice in the crowd shouted out a request: a song by Bryan Adams.
Ms. Ballerini, nominated for a Grammy as best new artist, has made herself a fixture on radio and is helping Nashville escape bro country.
After a decade behind the scenes, Ms. Hemby has released a new album, “Puxico,” titled after her grandfather’s hometown, Puxico, Mo.
The music is an art of living traditions and accumulated wisdom, so it’s only natural that its veterans remain central to the conversation.