Sturgill, who wasn't nominated for an award this year, busked outside with signs that read "‘Struggling’ country singer...Anything helps (all donations go to the ACLU)" and "I don't take requests but I take Questions about anything you want to talk about...because fascism sucks."
Tyler Childers releases his debut album Purgatory, which was co-produced by crossover country great Sturgill Simpson and Sturgill collaborator David Ferguson, next week (8/4), but you can stream it now. He also added fall tour dates, including a NYC show.
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