Musing on spirituality, growing older and working with other women, Patty Griffin comes to Birmingham
Lee Ann Womack, hoping to reclaim her Lone Star roots on her new record, makes a stop in Birmingham
The 21-year-old musician talks making friends with iconic producers like Rick Rubin and Dave Cobb.
New records from Jason Isbell and Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires explore politics in the South with poetry and empathy.
Andy Jackson talks reuniting his '90s punk band and strengthening its Birmingham ties.
Vocalist and bassist Jack Dolan talks his band's name, new album, and covering the Rolling Stones.
Dex Romweber talks the Athens music scene, returning to Birmingham, and recording with Jack White.
The country singer-songwriter talks his path from underdog to champion.
The owner of the Birmingham-based fast-food restaurant discusses updating its brand without straying from its roots.
Before he heads to the Lyric Theatre, the legendary bluegrass and country musician talks working with Johnny Cash and his new album, 'Way Out West.'
The singer-songwriter and Birmingham native talks her new album, 'Tourist in This Town.'
The band bring their self-titled debut album to Seasick Records on Friday, March 10.
Dallas Green talks about the similarities and differences between his two musical identities: post-hardcore guitarist and folk singer-songwriter.
The country singer-songwriter brings her debut album, 'Midwest Farmer's Daughter,' to WorkPlay Sunday night.
The band's self-titled LP will be celebrated by hometown shows at Seasick Records and the Syndicate Lounge.