Rihanna Sends Legal Warning To Trump Administration After Her Music Was Played At Rally

The artist is making her stance official. Rihanna is the latest artist to send a cease and desist letter to the Trump administration asking the president to refrain from using her music during his political events. This legal action came after her song, “Don’t Stop the Music,” was played at the president’s rally Sunday in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The […]

Tim McGraw on the Light We All Carry

If only you could have both, right? Jesus and whiskey, a preacher and a bartender, a jukebox and a choir, a proper baptism and barroom smoke, holy water and unholy water, honky-tonk angels and wings on fire. Then you’d really be able to get through getting over someone. Because you wouldn’t have to chose one or the other. So says Tim McGraw in the new video for his single […]


When Jimi Hendrix exploded into public awareness in 1966, it wasn’t just his distinct guitar skills that drew attention. He also became a fashion icon as a result of his fascination with color and style. It was a family connection with vaudeville theater that helped ignite his interest in attention-grabbing clothing, as his sister, Janie Hendrix, told Uncle Joe Benson […]

Rascal Flatts Play for Nashville House Party

It’s virtually impossible to have a case of the Mondays when you are sitting inside a $16 million estate listening to Rascal Flatts and Kix Brooks play tunes from nearly two decades of country music, while you’re enjoying passed hors d’ouevres and drinks. All while raising money for MusiCares, the Recording Academy’s charity that provides a safety net […]


Jay Joyce is the producer behind Eric Church’s success and sound and is as much a creator of Church’s music as the singer himself. When Eric Church exploded onto the country music scene with his 2011 breakout album Chief there was someone else that jumped on the rocket ship to the top and that person was record producer Jay Joyce. […]

Pistol Annies Ignite Ryman Auditorium

The words “highly anticipated” get thrown around frivolously in the Nashville music community. But it’s the most appropriate phrase to describe the Pistol Annies’ sold-out Ryman Auditorium concert on Thursday (Oct. 25) in Nashville. The show was their first full production in seven years and every fan pretty much left their hearts in the pews for […]


Freddie Mercury would regard Bohemian Rhapsody as a “fair cop,” Queen guitarist Brian May said. The biopic, which opens in theaters on Nov. 2, stars Rami Malek as Mercury. “I’ve seen it hundreds of times now, in fragments and eventually coming together, and it still gets me,” May told Classic Rock in a recent interview. “It’s very emotional. It’s all about Freddie. Yes, we are in there, […]

Kanye West & Nicki Minaj Reunite For “Yandhi” Body-Shaming Track

Kanye West and Nicki Minaj are all set for a reunion. Kanye West, the eternal paradox. “Sick Fu*k” one minute, “love-spreader” the next. Such is part of his mystical allure, in which he finds himself navigating simultaneous standpoints at the same time; it’s no wonder he keeps people so rapturously attentive. Now, with his upcoming Yandhi album […]

Lady Antebellum Plan 15 Vegas Shows

Everyone in Lady Antebellum lives in Nashville. But they are about to take on a second home: Las Vegas. Early on Wednesday morning (Oct. 24), Lady Antebellum announced their first-ever residency. Beginning in early February, the band will headline a series of 15 shows at the Palms Casino Resort’s Pearl Concert Theater. The venue holds 2,500 guests, […]