The Contenders, a duo made up of guitarist and singer Jay Nash and drummer Josh Day (who has worked with Jennifer Nettles and Sara Barielles) are premiering a new song, "Line Across the Water," and they're letting The Boot's readers hear it first.
Joy Williams started her career in the early 2000s, as a Christian artist, but she felt that she had met her musical counterpart in former duo partner John Paul White. The two started playing together as the Civil Wars in 2009, releasing two studio albums before ending their creative relationship last year -- a breakup that rocked Williams both personally and professionally.
Jason Isbell recently released his new album, Something More Than Free, the title track of which the artist says was inspired by his parents -- specifically his father -- and their generation of blue-collar workers trying to achieve the "American Dream."
There are many movies and stories about exuberant soldier homecomings, but "Jeremiah," a new song from Rod Picott, premiering exclusively on The Boot, tells a sad truth: Sometimes, life doesn't work that way.
Sturgill Simpson has been touring almost nonstop since the release of his second studio album, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music. While Simpson says that he is having fun on the road,with a wife and a new baby waiting for him at home, the crazy schedule is starting to take its toll.
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