Since finding out the research Craig and I compiled was going to be published, the most frequent question I've received from people is, “What was the coolest thing you found in your research?”
The writers of Car City Country present a top 20 list of country-western records made by Detroit artists between the 1930s and 1960s.
U of M Press begins filling orders, and plans for a book launch party for "Detroit Country Music: Mountaineers, Cowboys, and Rockabillies" under way.
The story of how singer Johnny Powers cut his 1957 signature rockabilly tune "Long Blond Hair" in Detroit.
An appreciation of Detroit C&W artist Swanee Caldwell, who sang in Detroit clubs through five decades.
Chuck Hatfield played some of the finest steel guitar ever heard, while based in Detroit during the 1950s. Want to hear for yourself? Here is his discography.
On Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville hosts a "concert and conversation" with steel guitarist Buddy Emmons.