Picking the most bizarre concept albums isn’t easy, since the most beloved concept albums are themselves pretty bizarre, but here are a few masterstrokes.
From country to rock, jazz to hip-hop, these personas embody a specific moment in an artist’s development.
In 1992, the country music record books were rewritten by a singer and actor from Flatwoods, Kentucky.
The album delivered the largest opening performance of any country album thus far in 2019.
The ceremony which aired on Fox was hosted by rapper T-Pain and featured performances by Halsey, Garth Brooks and Kacey Musgraves, among others.
iHeartMedia also announced that Taylor Swift will receive the iHeartRadio tour of the year award for her Reputation Stadium Tour.
America's top-selling album artist of the SoundScan era goes from strength to strength, on the road and in the studio.
The artist was inducted into the Opry on 13 March 1999 by one of the greatest names in country history, the late Porter Wagoner.
Kacey Musgraves, Jack White, Keith Urban and more will play Loretta Lynn: An All-Star Birthday Celebration Concert in Nashville.
The country king's third studio album debuted atop both the US pop and country charts on 28 September 1991.
Produced in Minnesota by Steve Albini, the album helped change the course of 1990s rock.
The album spends its 200th consecutive week on the Billboard 200 to become only the ninth country set to achieve that feat.
The 1990 landmark turned into a mini-greatest hits album all on its own, showing Brooks' intrinsic feel for songs that appealed to country audiences of all ages.
Chris Stapleton has no fewer than eight nominations for 2018's 53rd ACM (Academy of Country Music) Awards, which take place on 15 April.
Stars of the music world including Kiss, Ringo Starr and Garth Brooks have been busy on social media for the holidays, writing messages for Christmas Day.