TBoneBurnett

Grammys 2013: Country Performances in Short Supply?
Grammys 2013: Country Performances in Short Supply?
Country music has been an integral part of the Grammy Awards since the first trophies were presented in 1959, although the first country Grammy was actually awarded to folk group the Kingston Trio for the murder ballad "Tom Dooley." Country music has also been a presence since the first Grammy live telecast in 1971, although arguably a limited one until recent years...
ACM Honors 2012 Adds More Big Stars to Lineup
ACM Honors 2012 Adds More Big Stars to Lineup
The 6th Annual ACM Honors is sure to be a night of outstanding music. Hunter Hayes, Will Hoge, Buddy Miller and musician and producer T Bone Burnett have been added to the lineup. Additionally, Big & Rich's Big Kenny has joined the list of presenters for the evening, which recognizes special honorees and the non-televised category winners from the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, h
‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Gets Deluxe 10th Anniversary Reissue
‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Gets Deluxe 10th Anniversary Reissue
'O Brother, Where Art Thou? Deluxe Edition,' an expanded, two-CD set of the original 2001 Album of the Year Grammy award winner is available today (August 23). The release marks the 10-year anniversary of the iconic record, which was named one of the 10 best-selling soundtracks of all-time, according to the RIAA, with more than nine million albums sold...
T Bone Burnett Honored for Keeping True to Tradition
T Bone Burnett Honored for Keeping True to Tradition
Producer T Bone Burnett may be best known for his appreciation of traditional music, such as the collection he pulled together for the mega-successful 'O Brother Where Art Thou' soundtrack or the music he co-wrote and produced for the hard-living, country wastrel Bad Blake in last year's Oscar-winning 'Crazy Heart,' but it turns out the 10-time Grammy winner loves the old way of recording too... R

Load More Articles