Bee Scott is a West Virginia-based freelance music, culture and horror film journalist with four cats and an always-percolating coffee pot.
By Bee Delores, November 21, 2022
The 15 best songs by Kelly Clarkson
By Bee Delores, May 26, 2022
Kaplan’s five picks are a glimpse into the kind of singer-songwriter he’s always wanted to be.
By Bee Delores, May 23, 2022
Revolution is a masterclass in songwriting that perfectly balances tradition with modern style. Inarguably, it remains the template for what great country music should always be about.
By Bee Delores, February 15, 2022
A definitive ranking of country superstar Lauren Alaina's best songs
By Bee Delores, April 27, 2022
Ahead of his UK tour in May, Eldredge reflects on his journey to find self-love and two years spent in deep reflection.
By Bee Delores, May 17, 2022
American Heartbreak sculpts the entire breadth of human experience, as Bryan stitches together songs of love, loss and life’s fleeting nature with brilliant command.
The 15 best songs by The Deslondes
By Bee Delores, October 10, 2022
I Walked with You a Ways counts among the year’s most affecting and life-affirming records; a timeless piece about life, love and loss.
By Bee Delores, October 20, 2021
With What a Song Can Do, Lady A's eighth career set, the band continue pushing forward with emotionally-driven songwriting while also looping back to their poppier roots.
By Bee Delores, June 20, 2022
It might only be June, but Allen just made a bid for album of the summer. Sometimes, albums can just make you feel good 一 and that’s enough.
By Bee Delores, December 22, 2022
He may only be a few years into his career, but Zach Bryan has already amassed an impressive catalogue of songs in his arsenal.
By Bee Delores, August 30, 2022
Mr Saturday Night is the sort of heartbreak album that gives the listener both a chance to cry their eyes out and hit the dance floor for some much-needed boot-scootin’.
By Bee Delores, May 30, 2022
Line dancing in the ‘90s was nothing without Brooks & Dunn blasting from the jukebox.
By Bee Delores, October 31, 2022
With each track standing on its own merits, On the Ranch is as classic as they come.
By Bee Delores, January 7, 2022
Revisiting her songbook so far, we handpick Ballerini's best songs, from hit singles to essential deep cuts.
By Bee Delores, January 24, 2023
Hubbard’s first solo outing is marked with the pitfall of modern country radio: too much reliance on hooks over-honest lyrical depth. Nevertheless, he shows glimmers of the sort of songwriting heft that creates long-standing careers in the business.
By Bee Delores, May 19, 2022
Holler revisits Trisha Yearwood's impressive catalog to select her defining hits.
By Bee Delores, April 26, 2022
In an era where we are collectively reassessing meanings of life and death, the singer-songwriter's latest will stand as a lasting memento 一 an apt discernment of time and aging.
By Bee Delores, October 25, 2021
It’s certainly not your momma’s taste of traditional country, yet Montevallo's honoring of storytelling roots makes it one of the great modern country classics.
By Bee Delores, December 6, 2022
Charley Crockett's creativity knows no bounds - he sings from the heart, and you feel it in every single word.
By Bee Delores, January 26, 2022
Culwell experiences profound personal and creative rebirth with Run Like a Bull, and his willingness to own up to his past through art is a tremendous leap forward.
By Bee Delores, August 3, 2022
A list of 10 songs that show Mickey Guyton is the voice of today.
By Bee Delores, August 4, 2022
Since his 2013 debut LP, Bring You Back, Brett has amassed a solid catalog of hits, as well as criminally overlooked deep cuts. Below, we take a gander at the cream of the crop.
By Bee Delores, November 17, 2022
The Top 15 best songs of Orville Peck
By Bee Delores, July 18, 2022
Zach Bryan’s Summertime Blues speaks directly to this moment in time. It's an ultimately earth-shattering release in its very own way.
By Bee Delores, February 7, 2022
It's perfectly crafted pop-country that goes down like smooth caramel, while also ensuring you that she’ll never pretend to be anything but herself.
By Bee Delores, April 28, 2022
Tasked with celebrating special songs, Caroline Spence turns the dial back to her youth and those essential cuts that forever changed her relationship with music and set her down the songwriting path.
By Bee Delores, April 5, 2022
When Stereotype hits its stride, it’s operating on all cylinders - Cole Swindell has the songwriting chops, but a distraction with radio fodder deters from true brilliance.