Back in December, we reported that Rolling Stone had plans to launch a Nashville-based country site "in the second quarter of 2014." Well hey, guess what quarter of 2014 it is!
Today, RS debuted Rolling Stone Country, which you can find at this link (conveniently, rollingstone[dot]com[slash]country). They've already got some brand-new content, from Will Hermes' review of Miranda Lambert's Platinum (out tomorrow) to Melinda Newman's interview with Keith Urban, a from-the-vault Dolly Parton feature, a "100 Greatest Country Songs of All Time" listicle and more. If you've got a taste for modern twang, flip over and click around. Just promise your old pals at the Cream you'll come back when you're through.
Rolling Stone also notes that "the magazine will release its first-ever country issue, on stands June 6" to commemorate the launch of RS Country.