This Week in Thirty Tigers

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit‘s premiere of “White Man’s World” was met with great reviews from Rolling Stone, Consequence of SoundPaste, and Stereogum. Jason was also featured in Uproxx.

See John Prine explain the stories behind the songs featured in his new book Beyond Words on NPR.

Shelby Lynne + Allison Moorer announced the release of their upcoming album, Not Dark Yet. To find out more, check out what Rolling Stone, CMT and Billboard had to say.

Outlaw country legend Ray Wylie Hubbard announced the release of  Tell the Devil I’m Getting There as Fast as I CanRolling Stone shared the title track of the album, which features Eric Church and Lucinda Williams.

Catch Angaleena Presley‘s Country Music Hall of Fame Songwriter Session on Saturday, June 3rd.

The Los Angeles Times featured Sam Outlaw, whom they affectionally called “L.A.’s country boy.”

Colter Wall appeared on NPR’s World Cafe Nashville to perform songs from his debut record.

Steelism premiered their new track “Roulette (feat. Ruby Amanfu),” which was reviewed by Rolling Stone and Consequence of Sound.

Cakes da Killa has been featured in the Spotify Pride Month playlists SAKIMA: Pride,” MUNA: Pride,” Alok Vaid-Menon: Pride,” “Black, Queer and Proud” and “Work It, Own It.” 

See LeAnn Rimes‘ love letter to the LGBTQ community as a part of Billboard‘s celebration of Pride Month.

Go behind the scenes of The Rick & Bubba Show with Blackberry Smoke, who performed an acoustic version of “Let It Burn.” 

Last, but certainly not least, Wheeler Walker Jr.‘s new album Ol’ Wheeler drops TODAY!


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