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Country is starting to loosen up, allowing for the social media set to freshen things up with rock and pop influences.
We’ve surveyed the best of this fall’s new TV (or streaming) shows to find the perfect series for you.
The songs on the Bastards’ fifth studio album, June’s “Restless Ones,” hover around themes of loss, loneliness and moving on after tragedy.
“You sit around the living room and you play your favorite songs,” Sara says. “The Family Hour was a good excuse to just be able to enjoy these songs that you grew up with or heard and got a wild hair to play.”
For most of its nearly 15 years in country music, the quartet Little Big Town managed to make chart-topping hits without making any headlines. Then came “Girl Crush.“
“The film isn’t and was never meant to be about a relationship between a 15-year-old and a guy 20 years her senior,” Powley says. “It’s about so much more than that; it’s about sexual growth, sexual exploration and coming of age in an honest way.”
Grab a bite, watch a movie, listen to music and, yes, watch goats mow.
When reading David Foster Wallace’s 1,079-page novel “Infinite Jest” is only part of your preparation for a role, you know you have an intellectual challenge ahead of you.
Though it would take practically this entire paper to name every big name that’s back, we’ve narrowed the list down to the five we’re most excited to see in “First Day at Camp.”
“Emotional” is probably the best way to describe King, as well as her debut album, “Love Stuff,” which chronicles broken hearts, both hers and her past lovers’.