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Tanya Tucker’s Interview With Elizabeth Cook: 6 Things We Learned

Tanya Tucker’s Interview With Elizabeth Cook: 6 Things We Learned
Tanya Tucker’s new album While I’m Livin’ was a triumphant return for the living country legend, whose last studio album came way back in 2003. Tucker joined fellow outlaw artist Elizabeth Cook at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Friday for a special AmericanaFest interview and performance, where the two swapped stories and Tucker performed a handful of tracks from her new LP.

The interview will air on SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country channel, for whom Cook hosts her own long-running radio show, in the coming weeks.
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Buddy and Julie Miller Mesmerize at First Live Performance Together in 15 Years

Even without the comfy chairs and floor lamp to set the mood, once Buddy and Julie Miller took the stage Wednesday night at Nashville’s City Winery it was as if they had invited the audience into their living room. Backed by a small group of musicians including Colin Linden on guitar, the couple delivered a brisk and blissful 45-minute set consisting mainly of songs from their recently released album, Breakdown on 20th Ave. South, which takes its name from the street on which their actual living room is situated.
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Jessi Colter Records New Album Produced by Margo Price

Jessi Colter, the first lady of the Outlaw Country movement, has a new album on the way, one that pairs her up with a contemporary country rebel in Margo Price. According to a series of tweets by the artists, Price spent a week in May in Nashville producing Colter’s latest project. The as-yet-untitled album is the follow-up to 2017’s The Psalms, a collection of stripped-down religious recordings that were produced by Lenny Kaye.

“I spent the entire past week producing an incredible new album for the Og Queen of ‘Outlaw’ Country,
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Lucinda Williams, the Mavericks Lead 2020 Outlaw Country Cruise Lineup

Lucinda Williams, the Mavericks Lead 2020 Outlaw Country Cruise Lineup
The fifth annual Outlaw Country Cruise has announced its 2020 lineup, with a mix of veteran cruisers from past years and new-to-the-voyage artists setting sail in late January.

Lucinda Williams and Steve Earle, two of the 2019 cruise headliners, are set to return, along with the Mavericks, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Son Volt, Jim Lauderdale, Carlene Carter, Kinky Friedman, the Waco Brothers and Bottle Rockets. Curated in part by SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country, the lineup includes many of the satellite-radio channel’s personalities, including Shooter Jennings, Elizabeth Cook, Dallas Wayne, Roger Alan Wade,
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USA Network to Develop ‘An Anonymous Girl’ Series Adaptation From eOne (Exclusive)

  • Variety
A series adaptation of the novel “An Anonymous Girl” is in the early development stages at USA Network, Variety has learned exclusively.

eOne acquired the rights to the book prior to its publication in January. Written by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, the best-selling book follows Jessica Farris, who signs up for a psychology study conducted by the mysterious Dr. Shields. She thinks all she’ll have to do is answer a few questions, collect her money, and leave. But as the questions grow more intense and invasive and the sessions become outings where Jess is told what to wear and how to act, she begins to feel as though Dr. Shields may know what she’s thinking–and what she’s hiding.

Josh Goldin and Rachel Abramowitz will pen and executive produce the adaptation, with Hendricks and Pekkanen also onboard as executive producers. eOne will produce.

Hendricks was previously
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Outlaw Country Cruise 2019: 10 Best Things We Saw at Sea

The fourth annual Outlaw Country Cruise set sail this week from Tampa for the Bahamas, but for the 2,500 or so rabid fans onboard, the Norwegian Pearl could have just circled Tampa Bay — these folks were here for the tunes. Presented by cruise promoter Sixthman in conjunction with SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country channel, OCC4 boasted one of the journey’s most strong and varied lineups yet, with Lucinda Williams, Drive-By Truckers and Margo Price all headlining. From surprise jam sessions to special screenings of upcoming country-music documentaries and even an episode of cruise favorite Squidbillies,
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Margo Price’s Interview With Elizabeth Cook: Five Things We Learned

With the Outlaw Country Cruise produced in part by SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country channel, the satellite radio giant stages a number of “SiriusXM Sessions at Sea” over the course of the voyage. On Thursday, American songwriter Elizabeth Cook — and host of Elizabeth Cook’s Apron Strings — sat with New Artist of the Year Grammy nominee Margo Price for a wide-ranging interview. Premiering Thursday, February 7th, on Outlaw Country, the conversation found the two women sharing their experiences in the male-dominated music industry, heaping praise on the work of Bobbie Gentry
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Where to Hear John Prine, Nathaniel Rateliff and Margo Price’s New Year’s Eve Sets

Where to Hear John Prine, Nathaniel Rateliff and Margo Price’s New Year’s Eve Sets
2018 was one of the biggest years in John Prine’s nearly 50-year career. The cult songwriter scored a number five album with The Tree of Forgiveness, which ended up on many year end-lists, and he played more than 50 concerts including a headlining show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. He is wrapping it up with a New Year’s Eve concert in his hometown of Nashville, at the Grand Ole Opry with friends Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats and Iris Dement, who are likely to join Prine during his set.
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2018 Americana Honors & Awards: How to Watch, Performers, Nominees

2018 Americana Honors & Awards: How to Watch, Performers, Nominees
In a city marked by rapid population growth and an ever-changing skyline, one annual tradition has brought some sense of regularity to Nashville’s late summer: the Americana Music Festival and Conference. The festival has ballooned in size over the years, matching Nashville’s own growth with an increasing number of participating venues, day parties and attendees.

The Americana Honors & Awards ceremony is the festival’s centerpiece. While the Grammys unveil their Americana category winners before the actual TV broadcast, this event is a different beast, pushing roots music — and
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See Billy Joe Shaver’s ‘Honky Tonk Heroes’ at ‘Outlaws & Armadillos’ Concert

See Billy Joe Shaver’s ‘Honky Tonk Heroes’ at ‘Outlaws & Armadillos’ Concert
Back in May, some of the key players of the Outlaw Country movement took the stage at the Cma Theater in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to pay musical tribute to the Hall’s superb new exhibit Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring ’70s. Among them: Billy Joe Shaver, who performed a rowdy “Honky Tonk Heroes.”

Organized by the Country Music Hall of Fame and co-produced by Dave Cobb and Shooter Jennings, who can be seen playing piano in the video, the opening gala included performances by Bobby Bare,
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‘Mike Judge Presents: Tales from the Tour Bus’: The Songs to Know from the Show’s Country Music Icons

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[Editor’s note: This article is presented in partnership with Cinemax in support of Mike Judge Presents: Tales from the Tour Bus, which premieres on September 22nd at 10:00 pm Et/Pt on Cinemax.]

Mike Judge is behind a new TV show this month, with Cinemax’s “Mike Judge Presents: Tales from the Tour Bus,” an animated eight-episode series looking into the lives and times behind some iconic country music performers.

Some of these folks are household names from Nashville to Norway, but others are lesser-known figures from the country music world. They all have distinct styles and, as “Mike Judge Presents: Tales from the Tour Bus” shows, they all led very different lives away from the stage.

We’ll leave the prime anecdotes and animated hijinks to the experts (the series premieres Friday, September 22 at 10pm Et/Pt on Cinemax), but in the meantime, here’s a primer on the musicians that make up the backbone of this illustrated look at country music history.

Johnny Paycheck

A rebel among rebels in the country music world, Johnny Paycheck is probably best known for his
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‘Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders’ Review: A Carbon Copy of ‘American Crime Story’ That Still Works

‘Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders’ Review: A Carbon Copy of ‘American Crime Story’ That Still Works
When the original “Law & Order” was cancelled in 2010, people took the news hard. So hard, in fact, that the decades-spanning procedural was mourned publicly on the very network that cancelled it:

“I, for one, love cop shows,” Tracy Jordan says on “30 Rock” (Season 5, Episode 3, “Let’s Stay Together”). “I can’t wait for ‘Law & Order’ to come back,” he adds, right before Grizz whispers in his ear, breaking the bad news.

“Why? It was a tentpole! A tentpole!!” Tracy screams.

Seven years later, he’s not wrong. Though only one of the four spinoffs is still on the air — “Law & Order: Svu” returns September 27 on NBC — the franchise remains a memorable part of the cultural landscape, with its format, music, characters, and storytelling still easily identifiable to millions of viewers. Its influence on other series cannot be understated, including the hit limited series the latest “Law & Order” spinoff is emulating.
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In Legends of Tomorrow Deleted Scene, Amaya Learns Where Mick Sleeps

In Legends of Tomorrow Deleted Scene, Amaya Learns Where Mick Sleeps
Legends of Tomorrow‘s Amaya discovers where her most rough-and-tumble crewmate sleeps — care to hazard a guess before you press play? — in this deleted scene from Season 2 of the CW series.

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Excised from the pre-crossover episode “Outlaw Country,” the clip above finds Amaya assessing Mick’s quarters before unwittingly inviting him on a “vacation” of sorts. The duo’s fun dynamic is set to be further explored when the timey-wimey superhero drama returns on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

As showrunner Marc Guggenheim told TVLine during our Fall Preview Q&A,
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Glen Campbell, Session Man: Remember the Music Icon with These 10 Hits You Didn’t Know He Played On

Glen Campbell, Session Man: Remember the Music Icon with These 10 Hits You Didn’t Know He Played On
From “Wichita Lineman,” to “Rhinestone Cowboy,” Glen Campbell‘s wealth of hits too often overshadows his prolific early career as a session player in the 1960s. As member of the famed Wrecking Crew—an informal collective of highly sought-after studio musicians—he played on literally thousands of songs throughout the decade, many of them hits.

As the world mourns his death on Tuesday at age 81 after a long and brave battle with Alzheimer’s disease, People takes a look back at 10 huge songs you might not have realized featured Campbell’s playing.

“Hello Mary Lou” by Ricky Nelson (1961)

Son of
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Legends of Tomorrow Season Two Hits Video August 15

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Burbank, CA (May 16, 2017) – Their time is now! Just before their third season premiere on The CW, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season on Blu-rayTM and DVD on August 15, 2017. Fans can zoom through 17 exhilarating episodes from the second season, plus exciting special features including the show’s 2016 Comic-Con Panel, crossover featurette, gag-reel and deleted scenes. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is The CW’s #4 show among Total Viewers, with over 3.2 million viewers tuning in weekly.⃰ DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season is priced to own at $39.99 Srp for the DVD and $44.98 Srp for the Blu-ray, which includes a Digital Copy.

*Source: Nielsen National TV View L+7 Us AA%; excluding repeats, specials, and <3 TCs; Season To-Date = 10/13/16-12/08/16

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow amps up the firepower for Season Two of the Super Hero team-up series by enlisting both a
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DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow Season 2 Blu-Ray Release Date And Featurettes Revealed

Although DC’s Legends of Tomorrow certainly won over many viewers with its first season, it could be argued that it really started to live up to its potential in the second. Sure, Vandal Savage certainly made for a formidable adversary and it was cool to see the time traveling series utilize beloved characters such as Jonah Hex, but seeing as how this is a team-up show, it only made sense that a cadre of villains unite to confound the Waverider crew.

We are, of course, speaking of the Legion of Doom. No, it wasn’t quite the eclectic cabal you might remember from the old Super Friends cartoons, but rather, a lineup that better fit with what the Arrowverse had already established: the Reverse-Flash, Malcolm Merlyn, Damien Darhk and Captain Cold. And, should you be remotely familiar with this world, you’d know how fearsome the guys making up that lot are individually,
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Archer Season 8 Episode 2 Review: Archer Dreamland: Berenice

The streak continues with another solid episode, as Archer Season 8 Episode 2 shines the spotlight on Archer and Cheryl.

Honestly, I can't tell you the last time I enjoyed Cheryl this much in a single episode.

Of all the different themes that this show has visited, this is easily the best take of Cheryl.

Cheryl isn't my favorite character. While I find her insanity hilarious, there were times in the past few seasons where she just became too much for me.

I did not enjoy her iteration as country singer Cherlene (I found "Outlaw Country!" grating), and, to be truthful, I don't remember her being that outstanding in Archer Season 5 or when they joined the FBI.

Cheryl Vandertunt, publishing heiress, is an incredibly interesting version of the character. There are things about her that remain the same: her penchant for sadomasochism, her flight of thought and flippant tangentially. Typical Cheryl.

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Legends Of Tomorrow season 2 episode 7 review: Invasion!

Jim Dandy Dec 2, 2016

Legends of Tomorrow closes out the Invasion crossover in style, with a perfect superhero conclusion...

This review contains spoilers (for the entire DC crossover incl. Arrow and The Flash)

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Legends Of Tomorrow served up the finale to the big Invasion! crossover that’s been going on all week. And I loved it. Like every other episode in the crossover, it was packed full of fan service and joy. It was an awesome way to close out the crossover. It hit every emotional moment and cool nerd beat that the shows needed to make the crossover probably the best thing the Arrowverse has put on television yet.

But at the same time… it wasn’t a particularly good episode of Legends Of Tomorrow. Let me explain.

The plot
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The Week in Spandex – Justice League casting and rumours, Deadpool 2 finds a director, Fox and Marvel work out a swap deal, The Inhumans head to TV and more

In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Suicide Squad, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League, Green Lantern Corps, Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Dr. Mirage, Gotham, Justice League Dark, The Lego Batman Movie, Deadpool 2, Logan, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Captain America: Civil War, Iron Man 4, The Inhumans, The Defenders, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Cloak and Dagger, The Green Hornet and more…

We’ll start things off with the DC Extended Universe this week, seeing as Tuesday saw the arrival of the extended cut of Suicide Squad on Digital HD. To promote the release, Warner Bros. debuted a new featurette which offered up some behind-the-scenes footage of Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn and Jared Leto’s Joker [see here], along with clips from the extended version featuring Harley and the Joker [watch it here] and Harley and Killer
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Legends Of Tomorrow season 2 episode 6 review: Outlaw Country

Jim Dandy Nov 18, 2016

Has Legends Of Tomorrow sacrificed meaning for the new adventure-of-the-week structure? Here's our review of Outlaw Country...

What happened to Legends Of Tomorrow?

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I reviewed several episodes last season and was really taken by how well they danced around DC continuity, how invested I was in the characters and the story they were telling about the Time Masters and Rip, and how well developed the rest of the crew was. The actors clearly enjoyed their jobs and their co-workers, and the writers did a good job mixing and matching the ensemble so everyone got a chance to play off against someone else.

I think I just answered my own question, there. With a couple of tweaks,
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