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Shawn Colvin will release her ‘Uncovered’ album on September 25 on Fantasy. Listen to her version of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s ‘Lodi.'
Bob Dylan's producer in the second half of the '60s, Bob Johnston, also had impressive credentials in country music, celebrated in a new uDiscover playlist.
Don Henley will release his new solo album ‘Cass County’ on September 25 on Capitol, and has shared the Dolly Parton duet from it, ‘When I Stop Dreaming.'
uDiscover pays its respects to Billy Sherrill, one of the most influential names in country music history, who died August 4 in Nashville at the age of 78.
Lynn Anderson, one of the most prolific country hitmakers of the first half of the 1970s, forever associated with ‘Rose Garden,’ has died at the age of 67.
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Buddy Emmons, one of the great steel guitar players with many great names in country, folk and pop, passed away July 29 at 78.
Benjamin Booker, the New Orleans-based singer-songwriter, has performed a new version of Patsy Cline’s 1957 classic ‘Walkin’ After Midnight.’
Steven Tyler has released this official video for his first country single ‘Love Is Your Name,’ which as we previously reported, went to US radio in May.
A live, interactive show to be mounted by the Hologram USA company in 2016 will present the “return” to the stage of Patsy Cline.
Aerosmith frontman and rock figurehead Steven Tyler has released his first country single. ‘Love Is Your Name’ went to US radio on May 13.
Kacey Musgraves has announced that her new album will be titled ‘Pageant Material’ and released on Mercury Nashville on June 23 in the US.
Widely-acclaimed country duo Striking Matches are in the UK this week for five shows, starting with a sellout London date on Friday (8) at the Union Chapel.
The great Americana singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne has released a four-track EP of new and old material for free streaming or download.
Patsy Cline’s career was cruelly cut so short by her death in 1963, that most of us can only fantasise about what it would have been like to see her live.