“Black lives, names, experiences, work, art — they all matter,” says the Black blues singer.
The country group claims Anita “Lady A” White wanted $10 million to share the name.
A modern country-rock record for both twentysomethings and their parents to listen to together.
“John Prine leaves behind an unparalleled musical legacy,” said Illinois Governor JB Pritzker.
South Carolina-born singer-songwriter also shares his love for Willie Nelson and The Beatles.
Prine sits atop this week’s Rock Digital Song Sales chart.
Socially-distant concerts will take place in Indianapolis, Nashville, and St. Louis.
Pop culture journalist Jeremy Helligar writes in Variety, “This is a discussion we need to have…”
The band also performs the Reunions track “Overseas” as an online exclusive.
In addition to covering Dylan’s “Things Have Changed”, Price played her unreleased song “Drifter”.
It’s fitting that one of our great lyricists should have the final word on his remarkable life.
A bust of former KKK grand wizard Nathan Bedford Forrest is currently on display in the state’s capitol building.