With the death of Don Everly, time has finally been called on The Everly Brothers. We reflect on the pioneering music made by Don and his brother Phil, while Ray and Dave Davies recall the impact the Everlys had on a generation of musicians.
By confronting Nashville conservatism, she became the outspoken queen of “galactic country” – but how will magic mushrooms and a rose-strewn bed that resembles “some Brian Wilson shit” help Kacey Musgraves sort out her next “Big Bang explosion of ideas”?
Blending ‘retro’ R&B with lo-fi garage grit, Leon Bridges became a Grammy-winning Texan success story. Back home in Fort Worth, he tells us of the nocturnal LA sessions that birthed his third album Gold-Diggers Sound