WPLN News reports on surmounting mental health concerns in Nashville's live music community.
On the re-recorded Fearless (Taylor's Version), Taylor Swift – and her fans – reconnect with the past; we asked writers and musicians to share how they hear these songs now.
Mountain Stage celebrates music from those we lost in 2020 with performances by Jerry Jeff Walker, Tony Rice, Billy Joe Shaver and John Prine.
In February, an album topped the iTunes Christian album charts unexpectedly – it was Preacher's Kid, in which Grace Semler Baldridge addresses the depths and limitations of Christian culture.
Nwaka Onwusa, the chief curator at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, picks her five favorite Tiny Desk concerts.
TJ and John Osborne's music encompasses lots of interesting flavors, including blues, rock and bluegrass.
Though best known for his disco days, the last living Gibb brother is a lifelong country fan. His new album reimagines the Bee Gees' catalog as duets with some of Nashville's biggest stars.
The Grammy-winning chart-topping rapper behind "Old Town Road," has just released C Is for Country, a children's book that's emblematic of his efforts to reach a younger audience.
Country singer Brandy Clark wrote her new song, "Remember Me Beautiful," for the Morning Edition Song Project after a writing session with friends who had lost relatives during the pandemic.
This fall, the bluegrass supergroup Sister Sadie became the first all-female band ever to win the top prize at the International Bluegrass Music Association awards.
Bluegrass guitar legend Tony Rice died Christmas day, leaving behind an expansive catalogue devoted to exploring uncharted territory. Guitarist and fan Molly Tuttle picks his essential recordings.
Explore a playlist full of 2020 highlights, including songs by big stars (Jason Isbell, Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift) and up-and-comers (Bonny Light Horseman, Arlo Parks, Devon Gilfillian).
Charley Pride was a symbol, ancestor and influence. But the country singer was also a master interpreter of song, his warm baritone attuned to deep emotion.
Pride died Saturday from complications of COVID-19 in Dallas. The baritone-voiced singer was the first Black man inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
NPR pop critic Ann Powers highlights new songs from Brit Taylor, Molly Parden, The Brummies and C.A. Jones.