TEMECULA: Tony Suraci bringing The Highwayman show home
Tony Suraci will perform as The Highwayman at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater on Friday night.
John King Wins Over New From Nashville Crowd at Boot Grill
The New From Nashville shows have all been great and last night was no exception.
Hall of Fame Expansion Ceremony...
Sure, there were speeches, but the songs that threaded through them were eternal and evergreen as Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum celebrated a recently-opened addition Tuesday afternoon that more than doubled the institution's original size.
Great Falls Tribune
Wylie and the Wild West play Ozark Club concert on May 3
Purchase tickets at The History Museum, 422 2nd St. S., or call 452-3462. Beer, wine and barbecue sandwiches will be available to show patrons.
April 21, 2014 - Country Outlaws: Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard
The original "Outlaws" of country music, including Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings, are still wielding a powerful influence on today's music.
The Evening Sun
Local country artist signs publishing deal
While this is a sure sign that the rest of the country is taking notice, Lynn has been in the upstate New York music scene for 15 years, which is a great span of time for a woman who has just turned 26. Music entered her life early, Lynn remembered, as her father worked in radio and her mother and uncle encouraged her to sing using the karaoke ... (more)
Future Islands' 'Singles' worthy of attention
For Johnny Cash, as for his pal Bob Dylan, the 1980s are widely viewed as a lost decade.
Lost Johnny Cash album is a new classic
Lost albums are a part of pop folklore. The Beach Boys' 1967 LP Smile, a sequel to the magnificent Pet Sounds, acquired mythical status when it was shelved for 44 years by troubled bandleader Brian Wilson.