New music announcements mostly fill up this edition of the Sunday Morning Paper-turned-Column.
Category: Sunday Morning Paper
The Sunday Morning Column: (June 6, 2021)
New music is reportedly coming from Cody Jinks and Shania Twain, but we’re definitely getting three new Randy Travis singles!
The Sunday Morning Column: (May 30, 2021)
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.
The Sunday Morning … Column? (May 23, 2021)
Keeping it short and simple until further notice.
The Sunday Morning Paper: The Fever (May 16, 2021)
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.
The Sunday Morning Paper: Hey Old Friend, Where’ve You Been? (May 9, 2021)
Aside from some unexpected new music announcements, this week is full of surprises!
The Sunday Morning Paper: Paradise Awaitin’ At the End of That Long White Line (May 2, 2021)
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.
The Sunday Morning Paper: Country Singer Gets Dog and Truck Back Without Playing Song Backwards (April 25, 2021)
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.
The Sunday Morning Paper: Dang Me! ACM Fever Leads to Slow News Week (April 18, 2021)
Most of this week’s coverage was dedicated to tonight’s ACM Awards, so this is a truly lighter week for this feature.
The Sunday Morning Paper: I Will Always Love You (April 11, 2021)
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.