Will Groff is a music and culture writer based in Brooklyn. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, No Depression, and other leading country music publications.
Remembering Charley Pride and His Landmark 1969 Live Album
Often overlooked in favor of its more famous counterparts, this 1969 live album is an essential piece of country music history.
The Kentucky Gentlemen’s ‘Whatever You’re Up For’ Is a Respectful Country Bop [LISTEN]
The twin brother duo's radio-ready new banger is a refreshing take on the country party song.
The Future of Country Music Is on TikTok
A new generation of country singers is forgoing the traditional route to stardom and connecting with fans using TikTok.
Gen Z Is Really Big on ’90s Country, Apparently
It's not just middle parts and straight-leg pants; Gen Z also apparently has a thing for '90s country music.
Blake Shelton’s Deluxe Album Release Includes Brooks & Dunn, Hardy Collabs
The singer is recruiting an all-star cast for the deluxe edition of his album "Body Language."
Sadie Robertson and Christian Huff Are All in on Walker Hayes’ ‘Fancy Like’ [Watch]
The 'Duck Dynasty' heiress is only the latest celebrity to hop on the TikTok craze.
Nelly’s Next Album Will Feature the Women of Country
The rapper's next album will feature an all-star cast of female collaborators.
Dierks Bentley Shares Hilarious ‘Wedding Gift’ He Gave Blake Shelton
He was not invited to the wedding.
Kenny Chesney Celebrates Life in ‘Beautiful World’ Video [Watch]
The travelog-style video is a love letter to Chesney's fans.