Angela Stefano (“Ang,” unless she’s in trouble) is the editor-in-chief of The Boot and a senior writer for Taste of Country. Based in Nashville, Tenn., but with her heart in Buffalo, N.Y., she enjoys boxing, exploring record stores and dog-sitting some very sweet pups. A graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and a former Boston Bruins intern and game-night staffer, she also enjoys a good hockey game and often employs a good dose of Northern-bred sarcasm and self-deprecation.
Singer-Songwriter Brit Taylor Gets Engaged During Livestream Show
Talk about a magical moment!
Dolly Parton Asks Tennessee Legislature to Stop Push for Statue at State Capitol
A bill proposing a statue of Dolly Parton at the Tennessee State Capitol will not move forward, at the request of the country icon herself.
Tennessee Lawmaker Wants a Dolly Parton Statue at State Capitol
A Dolly Parton statue may soon sit at Tennessee's state capitol in Nashville. A state lawmaker proposed the addition to capitol grounds in a bill on Tuesday (Jan. 12).
Nashville’s Station Inn the Subject of New Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Exhibit
Opening on Jan. 15, The Station Inn: Bluegrass Beacon will spotlight the four decade-old venue, a destination for bluegrass music fans from around the world and a key part of Nashville's bluegrass scene.
Wade Bowen, Jamie Lin Wilson + More Tribute Cody Canada, Cross Canadian Ragweed on New Liv…
'The Years: A MusicFest Tribute to Cody Canada & The Music of Cross Canadian Ragweed' features Randy Rogers, Reckless Kelly and many more.
2021 Festival Guide: Can’t-Miss Country, Americana, Folk and Bluegrass Events
The possibility of a full-scale return of live music in 2021 is still a big ol' question mark, thanks to the novel coronavirus pandemic, but that hasn't stopped artists and fans from starting to fill their calendars with plans for festivals.
New Music Roundup: 2021’s Country, Americana, Bluegrass and Folk Album Releases
New year, new music ...
Bluegrass Great Tony Rice Dead at 69
The International Bluegrass Hall of Famer died on Christmas.
R.I.P., Charley Pride: Icon’s Death Leaves Fellow Country Artists ‘Gutted’
Rest in peace, Charley ...
On the Road Again: 2021’s Country, Americana, Bluegrass and Folk Tours
Since March 2020, the novel coronavirus pandemic has kept musicians at home, grounding all major tours for months. There's a bit of light at the end of the tunnel, however: Some artists rescheduled their 2020 treks to 2021.