New music announcements mostly fill up this edition of the Sunday Morning Paper-turned-Column.
New music is reportedly coming from Cody Jinks and Shania Twain, but we’re definitely getting three new Randy Travis singles!
We say goodbye to famed songwriter Dewayne Blackwell, unveil some Americana Music nominees and learn about a slew of John Prine concerts coming in this edition of the temporary Sunday Morning Paper.
Keeping it short and simple until further notice.
Several – and I do mean several – new music announcements take up a good chunk of this week’s Sunday paper, as does a GoFundMe campaign for Linda Martell and a powerful letter penned by Gabe Lee.
Aside from some unexpected new music announcements, this week is full of surprises!
Sturgill Simpson honors John Prine, Tenille Arts makes history, and a few interesting new music announcements make up this week’s edition of the Sunday paper.
Dwight Yoakam’s debut album gets pulled from streaming services, we uncover the mystery behind a Prince-penned Kenny Rogers song, and we get treated to a whole bunch of new music releases in this week’s Sunday Morning Paper.
Most of this week’s coverage was dedicated to tonight’s ACM Awards, so this is a truly lighter week for this feature.
Dolly Parton says goodbye to uncle Bill, The Backroad’s Christine speaks to her experience as an Asian-American country music fan, and Billy Strings discusses a cool final John Prine encounter in this week’s Sunday Morning Paper.