For as long as he can remember, Chuck has been crazy about rock and roll. His first concert was Def Leppard at the age of 6 - and the rest, as they say, is history. He's been on-air for one of the biggest rock radio stations in the country (you can call him F 'Em Up Chuck) and now he's enjoying life living in New York City. Keep on rockin' in the free world!
Review: Jason Isbell and James McMurtry Join Forces for an Evening of Americana Beauty
In celebration of the third anniversary of the reopening of Kings Theatre, Isbell and McMurtry traveled to Brooklyn, N.Y., for a night of rock 'n' roll.
New Country, Americana, Alt-Country, Bluegrass and Folk Albums Coming in 2018
Releases from some of our favorite artists are on the calendar.
Jason Isbell: ‘I Think It’s Important for Everybody to Use Their Voice’
"I think it's important for everybody to use their voice," Isbell said backstage at the 2018 Grammys.
Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins Walk the Red Carpet at the 2018 Grammy Awards [PICTURES]
He's nominated for Best Country Album.
Reba McEntire Dons White Rose, Talks #MeToo and #TimesUp Backstage at the 2018 Grammy Awar…
"My message is, I want to treat you like I want to be treated."
Interview: The Texas Gentlemen’s Beau Bedford Talks Country Music, Producing and Songwriti…
The Boot catches up with Beau Patrick Bedford, bandleader and producer for the Texas Gentlemen, to chat about where he finds inspiration.
Top 10 Americana, Alt-Country, Bluegrass and Folk Albums of 2017
In celebration of these genres that we love, The Boot is ecstatic to share its staff's picks for some of the best releases of 2017.
Interview: Kacy & Clayton Discuss Their Influences, ‘The Siren’s Song’ LP
With an obvious retro influence, Kacy & Clayton have magically tapped into an older sound on 'The Siren's Song' that has gone unnoticed for far too long.
Interview: The Ghost of Paul Revere Discuss Maine, Touring and New LP, ‘Monarch’
The Ghost of Paul Revere take a break from the road to catch up about everything related to their new record, 'Monarch'.