Tag Archives: Country Weekly 2015

Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys: Mr. Baseball

Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys: Mr. Baseball

Originally published in the October 5, 2015 issue of Country Weekly magazine.  The Oak Ridge Boys’ Richard Sterban steps up to the plate to share his passion for the National Pastime during the first part of our four-part series on the Oaks. The Oak Ridge Boys—Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban—represent…MORE

Lynn Anderson: 1947–2015

Lynn Anderson: 1947–2015

Originally published in the August 31, 2015 issue of Country Weekly magazine. The feisty “Rose Garden” singer helped open the doors for future female artists. They didn’t come much more genuine than Lynn Anderson. Or feistier and more honest, either. The world first came to know her as the voice behind one of country music’s…MORE

On the Edge: Lindi Ortega

On the Edge: Lindi Ortega

Originally published in the August 31, 2015 issue of Country Weekly magazine.  For Fans Of: Dolly Parton, Cat Power, Etta James After Lindi Ortega saw the Jeff Bridges film Crazy Heart, she had a startling thought. Could his character, the once-great but down-and-out musician Otis Blake, be an example of what kind of life awaits…MORE

Little Big Town: Taking Big Risks That Pay Off

Little Big Town: Taking Big Risks That Pay Off

Originally published in the June 29, 2015 issue of Country Weekly magazine. What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. Little Big Town’s Phillip Sweet is the current proof. Actually, he’s the missing proof. During an early morning sit-down at Little Big Town’s PR firm in Nashville’s affluent Green Hills neighborhood, three-fourths of the…MORE

Alan Jackson Makes Fan Joshua “J-Dub” John Waldrop’s Dream a Reality

Alan Jackson Makes Fan Joshua “J-Dub” John Waldrop’s Dream a Reality

Originally published in the June 29, 2015 issue of Country Weekly magazine. There was no press conference. This was no marketing tactic designed to elevate Alan Jackson’s career. He doesn’t need it. You won’t read an interview or quotes from Alan here. We were just silent observers to one of those life-changing magical moments. It…MORE

“Country Weekly” Changes Name to “Nash Country Weekly”

“Country Weekly” Changes Name to “Nash Country Weekly”

As you may have already noticed, we’ve made some changes in Country Weekly. Your eyes are not deceiving you. We have completed a bit of a renovation to the magazine. First of all, we started with the name. Country Weekly will now be known as Nash Country Weekly, a small and subtle change. We’ve also…MORE

John Anderson Digs Deeper Into Classic Style on New Album “Goldmine”

John Anderson Digs Deeper Into Classic Style on New Album “Goldmine”

Originally published in the June 1, 2015 issue of Nash Country Weekly magazine.  From a physical standpoint, it appears as if John Anderson has hardly changed in the past 30 or so years. His long hair and beard may be a little grayer, and he may have a few more lines around his eyes, but…MORE

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Rose Colored

Rose Colored

Maggie Rose will drop her new album, Change the Whole Thing, on Sept. 21, with upcoming tour stops in Nashville (Sept. 26) and Atlanta (Sept. 27).