In honor of its 45th anniversary, Haggard’s live “Okie from Muskogee” album is getting reissued later this month. And as a bonus, a second disc will feature his 1970 album “The Fightin’ Side of Me.”
“I love my fans and have devoted my life to reaching out to them. I appreciate their support all these years and I hope I haven’t let them down. I am at peace.”
Sheryl Crow sat down with Radio.com to discuss albums by country legends such as Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette and George Jones, who have all been important to her as an artist.
In today’s country landscape, Jamey Johnson stands out as an anomaly. He’s had hit radio singles, has a strong fan base, and can regularly sell out clubs–as he did Friday night at Joe’s Bar in Chicago. But […]
Sammy Johns, who among other achievements wrote and recorded “Chevy Van”–one of the most iconic songs of the 1970s–has died. He was 66. You may not know Sammy by name, but likely you’ve heard the song “Chevy […]
“One thing about Nashville is we always respect our forefathers and sisters who built country music before us. It’s exciting to take old technology [and] transform it into a new sound in our own way.”
George Jones is considered one of the greatest living country music legends of all time. In 2013, however, he will retire from the road after one last “Grand Tour.”
The Mississippi-born singer and songwriter gave us two of the most iconic songs of the late 1960s. She turns 68 years old today.
He may have Alzheimer’s, but on stage Glen Campbell can still sing, charm his fans, and play guitar like the dickens. His 18-song set in Chicago was a playful, endearing run through his best-known songs.
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Willie Nelson[/lastfm]‘s latest release Remember Me, Vol 1 mixes Willie’s traditional sound with heartfelt classic country songs. Covering 14 of the biggest hits on the charts from 1946-1989, this album introduces an older country genre […]