Freelance journalist Marissa Moss writes about music and culture in Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, Billboard, NPR and the Nashville Scene. The 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, Moss has written over fifteen cover stories on artists including Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, John Prine, Margo Price, Guy Clark and Noel Gallagher. Her breakthrough story on the culture of sexual harassment in the world of country radio, 'Inside Country Radio's Dark, Secret History of Sexual Harassment and Misconduct,' for Rolling Stone Country, is widely regarded as a touchstone in Nashville's #TimesUp reckoning. She is currently at work on her first book, 'Where Have All The Cowgirls Gone: How the Women of Country Music Reinvented Themselves and the Industry to Become the Success Story They Were Never Supposed to Be,' to be published by Henry Holt & Company. Marissa will be hosting a Guest DJ Special on Gimme Country!