Jewly Hight

Jewly Hight appears in the following:

First Listen: Luke Combs, 'This One's For You'

Thursday, May 25, 2017

The singer-songwriter proves himself to be an astute student of country music's trends and conventions.

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First Listen: Justin Townes Earle, 'Kids In The Street'

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Kids In The Street is the veteran songwriter's most pleasing and playful effort to date.

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First Listen: Chastity Brown, 'Silhouette Of Sirens'

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Silhouette Of Sirens is a work of brooding soul by a voice we need right now.

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Songs We Love: Bedouine, 'Solitary Daughter'

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Los Angeles-based folk singer Azniv Korkejian says her new song, with its melancholic, orchestrated arrangement, is "a rejection of conventional romance; it's not something that I needed."

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Nashville Regrouping: 10 Inspired Collaborations Out Of Music City

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Whether it's pairings of peers, of romantic partners or of patron saints and acolytes — there's a pattern brewing in Nashville that needs attention.

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Charlie Worsham Wants To Tell You The Truth

Tuesday, May 02, 2017

A consummate country musician, Worsham plays multiple instruments and writes witty lyrics. After a stab at a commercial debut, he's now trying to reach a wider audience just by being himself.

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Songs We Love: Rachel Baiman, 'Shame'

Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Equally inspired by old-timey singer John Hartford and Courtney Barnett, the Nashville transplant's playful folk-rock song critiques the intersection of religion and politics.

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First Listen: Willie Nelson, 'God's Problem Child'

Thursday, April 20, 2017

At 84 years young, the Red Headed Stranger still has it. Stream God's Problem Child in its entirety before its release on April 28.

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First Listen: Sam Outlaw, 'Tenderheart'

Thursday, April 06, 2017

Exceptionally serene and pleasing, the second album from this country songwriter is easy to get lost in.

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Get To Know The 'String-Band Pop' Of Nashville's Front Country

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Though each of Front Country's five members has had a vastly different musical education, they all share a no-rules approach to modern bluegrass that honors the craft of pop music.

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Just Off Music Row, Nashville's R&B Scene Thrives

Friday, March 24, 2017

Artists like Mike Hicks, Emoni Wilkins and Jason Eskridge are finding ways to straddle the city's music communities, making themselves indispensable to the industry as they band together outside it.

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First Listen: RaeLynn, 'WildHorse'

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Stream the budding country star's beguiling debut album before its official release on March 24.

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World Cafe Nashville: Kiya Lacey

Monday, March 13, 2017

Between Nashville and Atlanta, Lacey is developing an icy, introspective alt-R&B sound. "I feel like it's a great time for women to realize that they do have power," she says.

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First Listen: Valerie June, 'The Order Of Time'

Thursday, March 02, 2017

Labor, longing and reverie exist side by side on the songwriter's regal new album.

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World Cafe Nashville: Nora Jane Struthers And Korby Lenker

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

When the two songwriters sat down to pen their new one, "Let's Just Have Supper," they found themselves in the spirit of invitation rather than agitation.

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Songs We Love: Sera Cahoone, 'Ladybug'

Thursday, February 16, 2017

In this melancholy country-pop song, the singer-songwriter aims to raise awareness of domestic violence within the LGBTQ community while returning the focus to her slain cousin's humanity.

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Songs We Love: Sunny Sweeney, 'Bottle By My Bed'

Thursday, February 09, 2017

Country singer Sunny Sweeney's frank and personal ballad wrestles with the desire for motherhood while recognizing how a female musician's lifestyle can look to a harried mom.

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World Cafe Nashville: The New Respects

Tuesday, February 07, 2017

The Tennessee-bred quartet charges forth with a bright-eyed take on throwback rock 'n' roll. Bassist Alexis Fitzgerald says its defining ideals are "freedom and fun and family."

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Brantley Gilbert Doubles Down On Bro Country

Tuesday, February 07, 2017

As many of country's male artists have moved in new directions, the rough-voiced, Georgia-born singer and songwriter offers a refined take on trucks, girls and back roads on his new album.

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'At This Age, This Is Who I Am': The Gospel According To CeCe Winans

Thursday, February 02, 2017

Winans has spent her long career expanding what gospel can sound like and where it can go. To pull off her first release in nearly a decade, she adapted once again — by letting go of the wheel.

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