Destiny 2 is out today and there are times when, while sifting through the gloom of a slow video game news day, one could start to think that everyone is playing the game.

Jason Isbell can be a real goofball. You might not realize it, given the serious, probing nature of his songwriting. But the Grammy winner's sense of humor was on full display on the latest episode of NPR's T

Alex Williams ends his recent debut album Better Than Myself with "Last Cross," a reflective tune that deals with the accrual of worldly burdens and the hope of a final reconciliation. Williams believably embodies the stoic outlaw at its center, calmly

"I have a dream, before I die, of making a record of nothing but drinking songs," says Brandy Clark in the new live video for her song, "When I Get to Drinkin'." "I have a few on my first two records, but I'm talking a full-on ode to alcoholism." The Grammy

"Don't let the bastards get you down / Don't let the assholes wear you out." Natalie Maines' Instagram followers got a serious treat (and some words to live by) on Sunday when the sometime solo artist and Dixie Chicks singer shared a video of her performing the Kesha song "Bastards." Watch the

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Wade Bowen has been popping up a lot this year for his stellar interpretations of other artists' work, country and otherwise. His latest video from his in-home Garage Mahal cover song series pays tribute to his peer Jason Isbell with a version of the

Just days ahead of releasing his new album Life Changes, Thomas Rhett hit the late-night television circuit this week and gave fans one last little taste of what they can expect from the new LP. Last night, the "Die a Happy Man" singer performed "Unforgettable"

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Guitars, Cadillacs and hillbilly music: Which of these doesn't fit in the Hamptons? As far as Dwight Yoakam was concerned on Wednesday night, they all fit perfectly – the country neo-traditionalist showed up for a special performance hosted by Sirius

Rascal Flatts were in a giving mood during a week that sorely needed it, performing as part of the Bobby Bones Show's ongoing "Joy Week" and then visiting Good Morning America to perform for the show's "Day of Giving" for hurricane and flood relief.