Larkin Poe, the Atlanta-raised duo of Rebecca and Megan Lovell, remake Lenny Kravitz’s ubiquitous 1998 hit “Fly Away” as a moody, acoustic number, propelled by bluesy slide guitar. It’s the band’s latest taste of their upcoming covers album Kindred Spirits and doubles down on the atmospheric vibes of the LP’s prior release, a rendition of
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Jessi Colter. Photo Credits: allmusic.com Song Background A major hit in 1975, “I’m Not Lisa” is a three-minute country song penned and recorded by American outlaw artist Jessi Colter. Her husband, Waylon Jennings, and former U.S. manager of Apple Records Ken Mansfield co-produced the song. However, it was Capitol Records that gained the rights for
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Many country singers would give anything to have a hit like Tanya Tucker‘s “Delta Dawn” in their repertoire. But the crazy thing about Tucker’s discography isn’t just that she repeated the success of “Delta Dawn” over and over again: It’s that her career kicked off with that song when she was just 13 years old.
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Nearly 50 years after her country music debut, Tanya Tucker is having a moment — or, should we say, another moment. The two-time winner at the 2020 Grammy Awards thrilled her longtime fans, and make a new generation of them, with her 2019 album Bring My Flowers Now. Many country singers would give anything to have a hit like
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Gabby Barrett is undoubtedly sitting on a goldmine. For the American Idol contestant turned breakout country star, 2020 has been a year of mounting success with her debut single “I Hope” racing to the top of the Billboard Country Airplay chart. At only 20 years old, Barrett became the first woman to have her debut
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“We Didn’t Have Much,” Justin Moore‘s first release from his not-yet-announced next album, speaks to a popular country music theme that just might be surging in popularity right now: happiness in simplicity. The often-traditional singer released on Friday (Oct. 9) one of two current country singles with lyrics that look back with nostalgia on simpler times (the
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