Country

Mickey Guyton Powerfully Shares Her Truth in New Song, 'Black Like Me'

“Black Like Me,” written in 2019, was released on Monday, one day before the music industry instituted #BlackOutTuesday to support the fight against racial injustice in America.
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Soundgarden Joins Brandi Carlile for 'Record Store Day' Tribute to Chris Cornell

Surviving Soundgarden members Kim Thayil, Ben Shepherd and Matt Cameron worked with Brandi Carlile, as well as her frequent musical partners Phil and Tim Hanseroth, on the song which will be released on vinyl September 26th.
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Lindsay Ell Pledges Support to 'Donate My Wage'

Lindsay is one of many of her Country music peers participating in #BlackoutTuesday, a music industry-wide initiative that stands in support of Black Lives Matter.
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Where You Can Watch Drive-In Concerts Across the Country

Here’s a look at where drive-in concerts are taking places across the country and how you can watch them. With social distancing efforts in place and large gatherings prohibited for the foreseeable future, artists have started making plans to do so.
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Kane Brown Raises His Voice to Combat Injustice: 'We Have to Become One to Be at Peace'

Kane is one of the many Country artists who have turned to social media to decry racism in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody a week ago today in Minneapolis.
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Katy Perry, Foo Fighters, and More Honor 'BlackOut Tuesday'

The music industry is taking a stand, or rather a pause in order to observe and support “BlackOut Tuesday” part of the #TheShowMustBePaused initiative calling for “a day to take a beat for an honest, reflective and productive conversation…”
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What Is 'BlackOut Tuesday' and How to Participate and Show Solidarity

The initiative was organized by Jamila Thomas and Brianna Agyemang in response to the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and other African American citizens by police.
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Here's What You'll Find at the 2020 Edition of 'Record Store Day'

As the uncertainty of returning back to normal shopping habits are still up in the air, Record Store Day has announced a trio of dates that will see some new and rare releases hit virtual shelves for music fans to scoop up.
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'Speechless' No More: Dan + Shay Reemerge to Speak Out About George Floyd's Death

In a lengthy Instagram post, the duo explains that they’ve been silent on social media because they’ve been busy finishing up “what we think is our best work yet.” But, they add, “This past week’s event in Minneapolis changed that.”
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What They're Saying: Billie Eilish, Tim McGraw, and More Speak Out About the Death of George Floyd

From sending out calls for justice, messages of solidarity to peaceful protestors, and expressing support for the black community, musicians are using their platform to speak out.
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