Carrie Horton is a freelance writer and project manager based in Nashville, Tenn. She graduated from Concordia University in Portland, Ore., with a degree in English and has been writing and listening to music for as long as she can remember. After more than five years in the non-profit world, she made the leap into full-time freelance writing and hasn’t looked back. When she’s not out looking for adventure, you can probably find her exploring nature or at a neighborhood coffee shop reading a good book or talking with friends.
Vince Gill Among Songwriter’s Hall of Fame 2017 Nominees
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What Is Americana? Its Artists Define the Genre
Americana stars share their definitions of the genre.
Marijuana Strains Developed By Merle Haggard to Hit the Market
A strain of marijuana that the iconic singer began developing before his death in April 2016 is set to hit the market in the coming months.