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Topic - Justin Townes Earle
Tom T. Hall is a bit of a loner, so he found the red carpet at the BMI Country Awards a little overwhelming Tuesday night.
Music was all around Jason Isbell as he grew up in northern Alabama.
Like Justin Townes Earle, John Fullbright writes Americana music with the sort of self-assurance and boozy weariness of someone twice his age. On this debut album, the 24-year-old Oklahoma native proves that age doesn't really matter if you've got a song to sing.
Move over, Lady Gaga. The Queen of Pop is back, and she wants to reclaim her throne.
In decades of ceaseless touring, bluegrass icon Ralph Stanley thought he'd played in every venue imaginable.
Justin Townes Earle says he is suspending his tour and is entering a rehabilitation facility.
NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) - Justin Townes Earle says he is suspending his tour and is entering a rehabilitation facility.
Earle says in a statement that he is "committed" to confronting his problems with addiction and denies published descriptions of the altercation.