The War and Treaty Are ‘Proud to Be a Part of’ Country Music’s Changing Narrative

Natalie Weiner
May 10, 2024

The War and Treaty will make you believe. Whether playing to industry insiders at Clive Davis’ exclusive Grammy Awards preparty, attendees at the Country Music Association Awards or Newport Jazz festivalgoers, precedent suggests just about everyone in any given audience will be on their feet by the time the husband-and-wife act finish one of their explosive, emotive, genre-bending and deeply spiritual sets.

Husband and Wife Duo the war and treaty
Photo Credit:
Robby Klein


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