See Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s ‘Won’t Go Back’ Music Video
Vote for the Most Anticipated Album of October 2015
There's a (pick-up) truckload of country album releases happening in October of 2015, including new music from some of country's biggest names. Grab your favorite Halloween candy (peanut butter cups, anyone?), sit down and vote for your most-anticipated album of October 2015. Who will emerge the winner?
Who Should Win Best American Roots Song at the 2015 Grammy Awards?
Best American Roots Song is a newer award at the Grammys, first presented at the 2014 ceremony to Edie Brickell and Steve Martin. This year, five top-notch songs are up for the gleaming trophy, including Martin, who's vying for his second Grammy in two years.
Steve Martin 'Totally Surprised' by Grammy Nominations
Steve Martin certainly has had a diverse career, and he has the trophies to prove it. The actor -- who has received several awards for his career in front of the camera, including a Golden Globe -- has also won several Grammys, both for his comedy albums and his music.
Steve Martin, Edie Brickell Album Due in April
Kevin Mazur, WireImage It's a pairing we would've never dreamed of, yet one that makes perfect sense. Legendary comedian and bluegrass great Steve Martin has teamed with folk-pop icon Edie Brickell for a new album, Love Has Come for You, which will hit stores April 23 via Rounder Records...
Bluegrass Award Nominations Led by IIIrd Tyme Out, Alison Krauss & Union Station
Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out topped the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA)'s awards nominees this year with nine nods, among them Entertainer of the Year. They are followed by Alison Krauss & Union Station, who garnered eight nominations at the announcement reception, held at Loveless Barn in Nashville Wednesday night (Aug. 15).
‘Weeds’ Theme Song Recorded by Dierks Bentley, Steve Martin
Dierks Bentley and Steve Martin are among the artists contributing their vocal talents to the opening credits of the popular Showtime series "Weeds." The comedy-drama series, now in its eighth and final season, features the folk song "Little Boxes," written (and originally sung in the show's first season) by Malvina Reynolds in 1962...