You might have to sell a kidney to afford tickets to George Strait’s final show.
Peter Cooper’s new column takes a look at the sons and daughters of Opry stars.
My current favorite person is 96-year-old fiddler/tap-dancer/fiddle-makerViolet Hensley. In addition to making musical instruments and dancing up a storm, the Arkansas native has also nicknamed her fists “danger” and “death.” Hensley is featured in a new short film; watch a clip here. (warning: autoplay)
Julie Roberts talks frankly about her multiple sclerosis in this CNN clip. (warning: autoplay)
The list of CMT Music Awards presenters includes James “Dawson Leery” Van Der Beek. Here’s what Dawson thinks of most of this year’s nominees.
USA Today ran an article about the country music photo exhibit that opens at the Annenberg Space for Photography in L.A. this weekend.
Juli Thanki is the editor of Engine 145 and a freelance writer whose work has appeared in the Washington Post, Bluegrass Unlimited, and M Music & Musicians Magazine. In 2011 she received the International Bluegrass Music Association Print Media Person of the Year award.