honky tonk

DEEP DIVE - CREATED WITH JAMESON WHISKEY

How The Honky-Tonks and Dives of 1960s Created Nashville’s Lower Broad

The now tourist-centric strip of Music City was once a hotbed of artists and rebels alike.
Adam Gold
3.13.19
Premieres

Country Outlaw Whitey Morgan's New LP Is Steeped in Bourbon and the Blues

Stream the honky-tonk hellraiser's latest album, 'Hard Times and White Lines,' out October 26 via via Thirty Tigers
Kim Kelly
10.24.18
The 2017 Music Issue

In Austin, Two-Stepping Isn't Corny Anymore

The city's honky tonk resurgence is making two-stepping cool again.
Andy O'Connor
11.7.17
Premieres

Country Outlaw Scott H. Biram Channels Merle Haggard and Motörhead on His Raucous New Album

Listen to The Bad Testament,' the screamin' and hollerin' Texas blues man's rip-roaring new album for Bloodshot Records
Kim Kelly
2.22.17
Interviews

Whitey Morgan Is Country Music's Last Great Honky Tonk Hero

Listen to the Michigan outlaw's "Low Down on the Backstreets," and get to know the man who's taking on pop country with both guns blazing.
Kim Kelly
4.23.15
Photo School

'Find Out What You Love, and Photograph It'

Henry Horenstein's indispensable advice for young photographers.
Matthew Leifheit
12.11.14
Music

Jon Langford on Drone Warfare, Alternative Astronomy, and Honky-Tonk

In the mid 1980s, Jon Langford and the Mekons essentially established the so-called alt-country genre with records that fused the group’s punk ethos and radical left-wing politics with the sounds of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, and Ernest Tubb. Almost...
Matthew Caron
2.26.14