Mary McCaslin, a pure-voiced folk singer who sang plaintive laments for the fading Old West, reimagined pop and rock classics as mountain ballads and was an innovator of open tunings on the guitar, died on Oct. 2 at her home in Hemet, Calif., southeast of Los Angeles. She was 75.
There is one thing that can’t be disputed about the song “Wagon Wheel.” It is unequivocally now one of the biggest songs in country music history. Last week, Darius Rucker and his label Capitol Records Nashville celebrated the song going Certified Diamond by the RIAA, meaning it has now racked
Ministry of Tourism, Wild life and Culture has called on the youth to develop interest in traditional songs as one of promoting Malawi culture
A senior official in the Ministry of Tourism , MacDonald Mwaluwaya made the call in Zomba Malosa when Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Culture launched an