Month: April 2021

Brantley Gilbert didn’t just get multiple tattoos to bolster his scruffy country boy image. His ink, including an intricate left sleeve, represents the faith and values of a 2nd Amendment supporter who faced some setbacks before starting a family. For example, as a man of faith whose beliefs aided his hard-earned sobriety, Gilbert’s left hand bears
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“Jesus, Take the Wheel” was a career-changing song for Carrie Underwood, helping to launch one of the biggest superstar careers in contemporary country music. But the song could have enjoyed a very different trajectory, as Lady A singer Hillary Scott nearly cut it first. Scott tells Taste of Country that she had a development deal with
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Rosanne Cash‘s new song “The Killing Fields” grapples with a dark part of southern United States history: lynchings. The singer-songwriter wrote the song, she shares, during the summer of 2020. “A few years of my own personal reckoning with painful issues of race, racism, privilege, reconciliation and individual responsibility led up to the moment in
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