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Red Steagall’s 29th Annual Cowboy Gathering

I love the sound of jingling spurs The creek of saddle leather And watch the steam rise off the backs of 500 head of cattle Me and my old pony seen a thousand miles together Nine hundred pounds of heart And not an ounce of quit Some years we’re doing good to just break even…

Loretta Lynn and Rick Cornett: A Long Enduring Friendship

The year was 1972 and Loretta Lynn was a power house in the country music scene. With three chart toppers and numerous top ten songs under her belt, Lynn was still celebrating the iconic success of her biographical 1970 hit, “Coal Miner’s Daughter”, which would later serve as the impetus for her bestselling autobiography and…

Dear John: We All Come Together for John Berry

The Country Music community is rallying in support of fellow Grammy winning artist, John Berry, who is currently undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments for throat cancer discovered this past January. A concert and silent auction will take place at City Winery Nashville in partnership with Music Health Alliance on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019, to benefit…

A Tale of Two Dresses: Loretta Harper on Design

The 1950’s: a taffeta lined, cinch-waisted dream of elegance. Times were simpler, fashion was cleaner, and everyone looked fantastic all the time. Buddy Holly, Sam Cooke, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley flooded the airwaves and women’s deepest fantasies with their smooth voices, their slicked back hair, their subdued sex appeal as the rhythm of the…

Peggy and Patsy Lynn on Growing Up in the Industry, Making Their Own Way, and Loretta Lynn’s Grammy Nomination

One might think growing up the child of Loretta Lynn would mean a life of glamour; private planes, infinite backstage passes, lace and rhinestones, and a love for life in the spotlight. The reality of being Loretta Lynn’s child goes something more like this: public school, work in the barn, mud from the creek, pickle…

2019 Breakout Artists

Liddy Clark Lula 1892 first featured Liddy Clark when she released her current single, “Shot Down (Stand Up)”. The song, so relevant to the violence in today’s world, was inspired by her experience as a native of Parkland, Florida and from being friends with several of the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting. Clark…

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