Annie Parnell is a music and pop culture writer based in Richmond, Virginia. Her writing and reporting has appeared in PopMatters, We Are The Mutants, Country Queer, and WTJU.
Remembering Karen Dalton: A Musician On Her Own Terms
Although details about Karen Dalton’s life are difficult to come by, she had an unquestionable impact on the musical landscape of the 1960s and 70s.
‘I Wanted to Be Honest’ — H.C. McEntire Explores ‘Every Acre’ With New Album [INTERVIEW]
McEntire's latest album examines grief and loss through earnest, alt-country storytelling.
10 Great Albums You Might Have Missed in 2022
As the year draws to a close, it's the perfect time to explore these hidden gems.
Sturgill Simpson Joins Angel Olsen for New ‘Big Time’ Duet [LISTEN]
This surprise collaboration is a must-listen.
Margo Price Takes a Psychedelic Journey in ‘Been to the Mountain’ [WATCH]
The Americana star proclaims her past selves while looking toward the horizon in this mystical new track.
Interview: Taking the Road Towards ‘True North’ with Caroline Spence
The singer-songwriter reflects on her recent album 'True North' and celebrating love in all its forms.
Mya Byrne Shares Powerful Live Performance of Unifying Anthem ‘Where the Lavender Grows’ [WATCH]
"This song is about feeling free, and finding freedom in really hard times," Byrne explained of the track.
ALBUM REVIEW: Kevin Morby Wrestles With Time on ‘This Is a Photograph’
The Kansas City-based musician's "Americana paean" explores themes of family, artistry, and mortality over an indie folk-rock sound.
INTERVIEW: Shovels & Rope Excavate Domestic Demons on New Album ‘Manticore’
The Americana duo dug deep into personal experiences for their brand new record.
Artist to Watch: Stephanie Jacques on Healing Pain Through Music
The Bay Area-native discusses her new single "Suburbia," her EP project 'Miles Jean,' and her path from opera to the NBA before finding a home in Nashville.