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Ferlin Husky (84) and Billy Sherrill (73) have been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Don Williams and Jimmy Dean will be inducted in a ceremony in September.
Austin’s Izzy Cox will take her bathtub gin hillbilly vibe on the road to open for Hank Williams III this summer.
HBO’s Southern Gothic (in the truest sense) vampire series
True Blood volume 2 soundtrack features a nice sampling of Americana artists – M. Ward, Robbie Robertson, Lucinda Williams & Elvis Costello, Buddy & Julie Miller and Chuck Prophet.
No Depression founder, and current farmer, Grant Alden writes on the talent of
Elizabeth Cook and her new Don Was produced album Welder.
The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the
many looks of Neil Young through his storied career in the bookNeil Young: Long May You Run: The Illustrated History.
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