This article was originally posted on Feb. 4, 2014 after Kacey Musgraves picked up two Grammy awards. Nearly five years later, the country singer won four more Grammys, including Album of the Year for "Golden Hour."
Steel Drivers' guitarist Chris Stapleton makes his solo debit with "Traveller," which features the country High Tune, "Might as Well Get Stoned."
On Kacey Musgraves' sophomore disc, "Pageant Material," the country crooner continues to deliver her message of self-acceptance. Among the things she accepts is marijuana; pot references are sprinkled throughout the album like dab hits.
For the Indiana band Left Lane Cruiser, a dirty spliff is a mix of hash and tobacco or weed and tobacco. It's also the inspiration for the title track of their latest album.
Released late last year, Leftover Salmon's "High Country" is No. 1 on jambands.com's album chart. After 25 years, the Boulder-based jam band is still making their signature homegrown bluegrass music
Willie Nelson's second album of 2014, "December Day: Willie's Stash, Vol. 1," is also the first installment of his archival recordings series, and a collaboration album with Sister Bobbie.
Just a few weeks ago, Florida Georgia Line dropped their sophomore album, "Anything Goes," which includes "Sun Daze," the country duo's current single and High Tune. "All I wanna do today is wear my favorite shades and get stoned," the song goes.
"The Dukes of 2Square," airing on Fusion, follows Justin and Jeremiah (a.k.a. 2Square), who left their lucrative day jobs in Tennessee to start doing guerrilla graffiti wherever they can find a blank wall to tag.