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!
Sadler Vaden, ‘Golden Child’ [Exclusive Premiere]
Ahead of the release of his sophomore LP, 'Anybody Out There?,' Sadler Vaden shares the brand-new track, "Golden Child."
2019 in Review: The Year’s Best Country + Americana Vinyl Releases
We love everything about vinyl, so we decided to pick out 10 of our favorite country and Americana vinyl releases of 2019.
Record Store Day Black Friday 2019: 5 Must-Buy Releases for Country + Americana Fans
As we do every year, we want to share the records we're especially excited about for Record Store Black Friday, which is set for Nov. 29.
Anthony D’Amato, ‘Everything Between’ [Exclusive Premiere]
"Everything Between” was recorded in a centuries-old house in New Orleans.
Interview: Chris Knight Reflects on His Past as He Looks Forward on ‘Almost Daylight’
Knight opens up about his latest album, 'Almost Daylight', his first new music in seven years.
Exclusive: John Hiatt Announces Massive New Vinyl Box Set, ‘Only the Song Survives’
Hiatt shares his thoughts on New West Records' new vinyl box set, 'Only the Song Survives', which celebrates the past 20 years of Hiatt's career.
Kinky Friedman, ‘Greater Cincinnati’ [Exclusive Premiere]
Friedman shares a preview of his new album, 'Resurrection', with the pedal-steel-soaked track, "Greater Cincinnati."
Interview: Old Crow Medicine Show Blend Old and New on ‘Live at the Ryman’
Ketch Secor discusses Old Crow Medicine Show’s latest record, ‘Live at the Ryman'.
Interview: Charley Crockett Returns to His Roots, But Looks Forward, on ‘The Valley’
After facing life-altering news, Crockett entered the studio to record his latest album, ‘The Valley'.
Interview: Old Crow Medicine Show’s Ketch Secor on Race, Country Music and Hope
Secor discusses Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music’ documentary, and unpacks his thoughts on race and the genre, and the hope musicians and fans can find together.