George Strait’s latest song, co-written with Jamey Johnson, sends a strong message to the country music establishment. Listen below:
In 1969, Merle Haggard scored a number one hit with Working Man Blues. In his debut 1987 album Wild-Eyed Dream,
Dale Watson is one of the best traditional honky tonkers in country music today, but sadly remains unappreciated by Nashville.
After singing Waltz Across Texas, Ernest Tubb brings out Merle Haggard for a duet of Walking The Floor Over You.
In 1969, Merle Haggard released a 25-song tribute album to Jimmie Rodgers called Same Train, a Different Time. Here he
Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa is a song written by Red Lane. It was recorded by Merle Haggard for
In 1973, Merle Haggard scored a number one hit with “Everybody’s Had The Blues.” In 1994, Randy Travis was asked
In a 1976 episode of The Waltons, “The Comeback,” Merle Haggard guest starred as country singer Red Turner. Watch him
On a 1972 episode of the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, Glen invited 8 of his friends to perform a medley
Merle Haggard and Gene Watson own the definitive versions of “Footlights” and “Farewell Party,” respectively. But Joe Nichols, blessed with