For the month of November I want to explore what being rebellious as a woman REALLY looks like. Dive into being loud, taking up space, supporting each other, owning your past, carving your path. Even celebrate laying down your clubs and axes and just learning how to relax without guilt.
It’s been a long couple years where we’ve all been separated from each other, and live shows have been few and far between. Artists who normally tour the same circuits and run into each other all across the country have been instead staying home working on albums and performing livestreams to get us through this […]
Follow along as I explore how we went full-circle from snap-clap pop country back to the neon dance hall tracks of the 90’s through a little bit of algorithmic shenanigans.
Cheers y’all! It’s been a long hot minute since our last update and the whole world has gone topsy turvy in the meanwhile. If you follow me on other platforms you probably already know that we made some MAJOR changes and are now part of the Shed-To-House, hobby homesteading, mortgage-free crowd and it’s been a […]
Today I’d like to debunk a few myths about being a country music blogger and throw a little truthful light on the job with five myths about being a country music blogger.
Yeah yeah yeah… I know you clicked that headline to read all about the drama Morgan Wallen is in this week in the latest of a long stream of apologies he constantly seems to be making. I’m sure his fans will forgive him (again) and I’m sure this isn’t the last time he’ll embarrass the […]
In a time when country music seems more accepting than ever before, why should it matter that a grammy-winning, chart-topping artist like T.J. Osborne of The Brothers Osborne felt the need to make a very public statement about being openly gay in a major trusted new outlet like TIME Magazine? 12