Tyler Childers covers “Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You” for new John Prine tribute record
A new version of John Prine’s “Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You,” performed by Tyler Childers, is debuting today. Listen/share HERE. The song—whose proceeds benefit The Hickman Holler Appalachian Relief Fund—will be featured on the forthcoming Prine tribute record, Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows: Songs of John Prine, Vol.
The Prine Family proudly presents “You Got Gold: Celebrating the Life & Songs of John Prine” with a series of special concerts and events held across various venues in Nashville October 3-10. The weeklong celebration will include tribute concerts at The Ryman Auditorium (October 6 & 7), CMA Theater at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (October 8) and the Basement East (October 9) and will culminate on October 10—what would have been John’s 75th birthday.
October 6—The Ryman Auditorium
MerleFest, Presented by Window World, Announces Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price, Shovels & Rope, and more
Willie Nelson, Blackbird Presents, Live Nation, and the Outlaw Music Festival Tour are thrilled to be back on the road again. Willie will once again be live and in concert with his family and friends, including Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, The Avett Brothers, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Gov’t Mule, Lucinda Williams, Ryan Bingham, Margo Price, Yola, Kathleen Edwards, Ida Mae, and more as part of the 14-stop tour starting this summer.
Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and musician Tyler Childers was featured on “CBS This Morning” this past Saturday as part of their “Saturday Sessions” series. The performance included his Grammy-nominated single, “All Your’n,” as well as “Bus Route” and the title track of his acclaimed new album, Country Squire.
Once again, paths to music, wonder, and joyful celebration converged in early July at the four-day High Sierra Music Festival in the small mountain town of Quincy, California, where the elevation is twice the number of the population. Headlined by Sturgill Simpson, The String Cheese Incident, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Grace Potter, George Porter Jr., Melvin Seals and more, this was the 28th High Sierra Fest. and the 20th at the county fairgrounds in Quincy.