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Jason Isbell Says Dierks Bentley ‘Ripped Off’ His Song
Getty Images/AP Photo Jason Isbell, singer and former Drive-By Truckers member, launched a Twitter feud with Dierks Bentley last week. According to Billboard, Jason says Dierks' new single 'Home' is too similar to 'In A Razor Town,' a song from his 2007 solo album, 'Sirens of the Ditch...
Drive-By Truckers Ready to Debut ‘Go-Go Boots’
Drive-By Truckers are putting on their 'Go-Go Boots' this coming February! That's the title of the group's 14-song follow up to 'The Big To-Do' which was released just this past March. The songs for the upcoming album were all written, and many were recorded, at the same time as the songs on 'The Big To-Do...
Jamey Johnson Added to Farm Aid Lineup
Willie Nelson's annual Farm Aid concert, now in its 25th year, promises a day filled with artists from all genres performing to raise money for farmers across America. Now, with the concert just one day away, Jamey Johnson has announced he will join the eclectic list of acts taking the stage in Milwaukee, Wis...
Bobby Bare Jr. Finds Humor in Unlikely Places
Joshua Black Wilkens Bobby Bare Jr. is popping up all over these days as he revs up his his Carpool America tour with Blue Giant and plays dates with Justin Townes Earle and Drive-By Truckers. Touring behind his sixth album 'A Storm a Tree My Mother's Head,' released on August 31, Bobby has gone from a Grammy nomination at age six for a song he recorded with his dad, songwriting legend Bobby Bare
Drive-By Truckers Shift Gears for New Album
Drive-By Truckers are putting on their 'Go Go Boots.' That's the title of the country-rockers' new album that is on track to be completed right after Labor Day. The band's label, ATO Records, will ultimately decide the release date, but Chief Trucker Patterson Hood predicts it'll be out late this year or early next...
Drive-By Truckers Roll With Their Country Influences
The Drive-By Truckers' music may be labeled rock 'n' roll, southern rock, indie rock, country rock and even just southern music, but their sound has more roots in traditional country than many people realize. When Mike Cooley and Patterson Hood (whose dad, David Hood, was a session bass player on the Staple Singers' 'I'll Take You There') got together musically they tried on various identities --