Although Swift looked to the 80s for inspiration for 1989, she has proved (twice now) that this album is timeless, and that this trailblazer, who pioneered this phenomenal comeback almost a decade later, will never go out of style.
Empathy, a primary appeal of Tyler Childers’ songwriting, tends to be one of the first casualties of our modern, hyper-charged discourse. Through his music - both in the weightier meditations of his past records and newfound levity of Rustin' in the Rain - Childers continues to demonstrate that it’s possible to see the world through someone else’s eyes.
Is AI a creative ally or threat to country music? Holler investigates.
Hannah Dasher: an artist, host, actress, influencer and business strategist worthy of celebration.
Ahead of their showcase at this year’s C2C Festival, Paris Adams, Alyssa Bonagura and Haley May Campbell share their experiences and aspirations, and Song Suffragette founder Todd Cassetty speaks of the industry’s problematic female:male ratio status.