Hannahlee Allers is a freelance writer with a passion for wild places based out of Spokane, Wash. Find more of her work at ThisLittleAdventure.com.
Dixie Chicks Revisit Hits With Vinyl Album Releases
The Dixie Chicks will release four of their biggest albums on vinyl.
Review: Kip Moore, the Cadillac Three Get ‘Wild’ on Tour
A review of Kip Moore's Wild Ones Tour stop in Spokane, Wash., on Feb. 23.
A Thousand Horses Release New Single, ‘Southernality’ [LISTEN]
A Thousand Horses have selected the title track of their 'Southernality' album as its next single.
Chris Stapleton: ‘I Don’t Feel Like Songs Should Be Hoarded’
Chris Stapleton explains why he doesn't mind recording a song that someone else has already recorded, or vice versa.
Miranda Lambert Says She Won’t Start a Record Label
Miranda Lambert has been taking her career outside of performing lately -- she's set to star in the upcoming film 'Something in the Water,' she runs a pet charity, and she recently opened a bed and breakfast in her hometown. But the singer says that her next step will not be opening her own record label.
Shooter Jennings Pays Tribute to George Jones With ‘Don’t Wait Up’ Video
Shooter Jennings has released the video for his song 'Don't Wait Up (I'm Playing Possum),' off of his similarly named George Jones tribute EP, 'Don't Wait Up (For George).'
Hourly Gig Contest Winner Says Opening for Chase Rice Was ‘Truly Surreal’
The winner of Chase Rice's Hourly Gig contest with Snagajob had a lot to celebrate after opening for Rice at his recent show in Denver, Colo.
Cole Swindell Releases ‘Hope You Get Lonely Tonight’ Video
Cole Swindell has released the music video for his newest single, 'Hope You Get Lonely Tonight.'
Hal Ketchum Releases Comeback Single [AUDIO]
Hal Ketchum has released the title track off of his upcoming album, 'I'm the Troubadour.' The song is the first single from the artist after a five-year break due to symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Dave Matthews Praises Willie Nelson
Farm Aid returns to Raleigh, N.C., on Sept. 13, and Dave Matthews, who played the first event in 1995 and now sits on its board, says fellow board member Willie Nelson is a "folk hero."