“Black lives, names, experiences, work, art — they all matter,” says the Black blues singer.
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The country group claims Anita “Lady A” White wanted $10 million to share the name.
The Country Music Hall of Fame member suffered a hemorrhagic stroke.
The country singer played a concert in Tennessee with zero social distancing and not a face mask to be seen.
Thousands of concert-goers stood together in close proximity, with not a face mask to be seen.
A recent op-ed called on the band to change their name due to the racist connotations associated with the word “Dixie”.
Me and Sister Bobbie: True Tales of the Family Band documents their troubled childhood and shared love of music.
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…”
In addition to covering Dylan’s “Things Have Changed”, Price played her unreleased song “Drifter”.
A bust of former KKK grand wizard Nathan Bedford Forrest is currently on display in the state’s capitol building.
The country music group never reached out to the original Lady A prior to their name change announcement.