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Unearthing the Genius of Rodger Wilhoit

By Jof Owen

Lainey Wilson
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INTERVIEWIntroducing: Lainey Wilson

By Jof Owen

“Country music. It’s just who I am” - Lainey Wilson discusses finding her true home in Nashville, working with producer Jay Joyce, and leaning into deeper parts of herself on her new album Sayin' What I'm Thinkin'.

Garth Brooks
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OPINIONWhere Have All The Cowboy Songs Gone?

By Alison Bonaguro

After a lifetime of listening to cowboy songs like these, we hope that when it’s our time to ride off into the sunset, there’ll be pick-up men at our side telling us, “Good ride, cowboy. Good ride.”

Artist - Old Dominion
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INTERVIEWIn Conversation: Old Dominion

By Kelly Sutton

In a candid conversation, Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion discusses the emotional experience and personal consequence from writing 'Some People Do' and how the group took themselves off to a cabin in North Carolina; writing a new album in the process.

Stephanie Lambring
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INTERVIEWOne Hot Minute: Stephanie Lambring

By Paul Sexton

Holler sat down with the Nashville-based / Indiana-bred musician about being an artist whose emotional honesty is making her such a name to note, to discuss the inspiration behind her fearless songwriting and her eventual return to performing.

Nate Barnes
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Introducing: Nate Barnes

Holler Country Music
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GUIDEUnearthing the Genius of Rodger Wilhoit

By Jof Owen

He never did get lucky when all else failed. But maybe, all these years later, Rodger Wilhoit might just get a posthumous roll of the dice.

The Band
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GUIDEA Guide To: The Band

By Paul Sexton

It's impossible to overstate what The Band did to bring rural North American musical tradition and time-honoured instrumentation into the rock world. To celebrate their legacy and the 50th anniversary re-release of The Band's third album Stage Fright, Holler took on the (rather daunting) task of capturing their lightning in ten momentous instalments.

Holler Country Music
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GUIDEA Guide To: Country's Most Iconic Couples

By Jof Owen

A look into some of country music’s famous love stories throughout history, proving the old adage that the couple that sings together, stays together. Well, most of the time.

Loretta Lynn - Coal Miner's Daughter
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GUIDEThe Classics: Loretta Lynn - Coal Miner's Daughter

By Helen M Jerome

Coal Miner's Daughter is an understated masterpiece of concision, drama and imagery – every verse a short story that’s rarely been equalled, even in a genre where storytelling and authenticity are the most prized assets.

Garth BrooksGarth Brooks
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Where Have All The Cowboy Songs Gone?

By Alison Bonaguro

Clearing space for sober stories in country music
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OPINIONClearing Space for Sober Stories in Country Music

By Amanda Wicks

As country reckons with its need for greater diversity - across gender, race, and sexuality - the same goes for its storytelling. It’s time for new tales about alcohol and its aftermath.

Holler Country Music
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OPINIONSon of the Father: The Frank Relationship of Steve Earle and Justin Townes Earle

By Helen M Jerome

Neither man ever tried to hide the complexities and difficulties in their relationship, yet there are certainly moments when their stars and paths aligned.

Holler Country Music
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OPINIONIs Luke Combs Country's Ed Sheeran?

By Taylor Weatherby

If there’s one thing to take away from comparing Luke Combs and Ed Sheeran, it’s that their relatability is resonating.

Holler Country Music
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OPINIONBaylen Leonard's Year in Review

By Baylen Leonard

Country's voice of the people sums up a rollercoaster of a year.