Waylon Jennings’ Family Plans To Release His Last Recordings; Bonnaroo Lineup Revealed; Arnold Schultz Honored
Juli Thanki | February 15th, 2012
Sarah Jarosz, Punch Brothers, Trampled By Turtles, The Avett Brothers, and several other Americana/roots acts are on this year’s Bonnaroo roster.
The A.V. Club has an exclusive stream of “In Between Jobs” from Todd Snider’s upcoming album, Agnostic Hymns and Stoner Fables.
Pierce Greenberg of Nashville’s City Paper has some more information about the Johnny Cash museum scheduled to open this summer: it’ll be a “two-floor, 18,000-square-foot museum, including a 250-seat music venue,” and the average admission price will be about $13.
Scotty McCreery’s “The Trouble with Girls” has gone gold.
Waylon Jennings’ family is planning to release his last recordings on an album tentatively titled Goin’ Down Rockin’: The Final Recordings; plans for a clothing line, biopic, and community-based website are also in the works.
The newest Taproot Radio Podcast features folk trioRed Molly.
Next week Tracy Lawrence will play a show in Nashville to benefit Operation Troop Aid, an organization that sends care packages to deployed troops.
Here’s the EPK for Shooter Jennings’ upcoming album, Family Man.
Ariat is giving away a guitar autographed by Toby Keith.
Writer and musician Scott Alarik talks with Minnesota Public Radio about his folk music novel, Revival.
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.