Hank Williams & Waylon Jennings
Hank Williams (September 17, 1923 – January 1, 1953), born Hiram King Williams, was an American singer-songwriter and musician regarded as one of the most important Country Music artists of all time. Waylon Arnold Jennings (June 15, 1937 – February 13, 2002) was an American Country Music singer, songwriter, and musician. /5
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Waylon Jennings singing and memorising his Icon, Hank Williams.
The Legends of Country Music Dinner Show, spotlighting Country Music’s legendary entertainers and their biggest hits. This “one-of-a-kind” 90-minute tribute show features more than 40 of the most recognizable classic’s from Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Tanya Tucker and George Strait, as well as humor and a special military salute.
the conversation - Hank Williams Jr and Waylon Jennings. Good song right there
No new country singers can beat Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, David Allen Coe, Willie Nelson or Hank Williams Jr.
Do you love classic country? I mean REAL Classic country! Not like, Kenny Chesney classic country, but i'm talking about Keith Whitley, George Jones, Hank Williams, Sr & Jr, Vern Gosdin, David Frizzel, Charley Pride, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, and more! If you said, yes I LOVE all of that..then make your way tonight to Dock of the Bay Saloon on Hwy. 90 in New Iberia formerly known at Buckwild Saloon for Classic Country Saturday Night! Who needs a radio when you can come out and get it right up in your face with all of your friends! New Iberia is a short drive from Lafayette and well worth it! If you get too drunk, there's a hotel connected to the bar so you don't even have to drive home! Come out and have a good time tonight from 9 PM to 1 AM
Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr. sure knew how to make the *** outta music.
Today in Country Music history: 2006 - Josh Turner's video for "Would You Go With Me" premiered. 2005 - Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill opened in Oklahoma City. 2002 - George Strait took "Living and Living Well" to number one. 2001 - The city of New York celebrated Reba McEntire Day as she closed her five-month run on Broadway in Annie Get Your Gun. 1998 - The Dixie Chicks went gold for the first time with their album Wide Open Spaces. 1996 - Tracy Lawrence kicked off a three week run at number one with "Time Marches On." 1995 - Shania Twain picked up her first platinum certification for The Woman in Me. 1991 - Garth Brooks went to number one with "The Thunder Rolls." 1977 - Kenny Rogers picked up his first gold single for "Lucille." 1974 - Waylon Jennings scored his first number one hit with "This Time." 1951 - Hank Williams' single "Hey, Good Lookin'" was released. Birthdays: Kris Kristofferson - Country Music Hall of Fame member, "Why Me Lord," "Help Me Make It Through the Night," "Sunday Mornin' ...
TY3 will be bringing its unplugged country acoustic sound to the outdoor patio of Miller's Ale House on the Parkway Friday, June 20. The group, made up of singer-songwriter Tony Young, lead and slide guitarist Neal Goree and rhythm acoustic guitarist and backing vocalist Aaron Sorin, will be performing 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. The event is free and open to all ages of the public, and will also be the location for the unofficial high school reunion of Lincoln's class of 1984, which Young is a part of. TY3 plays several of Young's originals that he recorded in Nashville, as well as covers by Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, Eagles, Delbert McClinton, Hank Williams, Pink Floyd, Brad Paisley, Travis Tritt, John Anderson, Allan Jackson, ZZ Top, Jimi Hendrix, Charlie Daniels, CCR, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Blake Shelton, Waylon Jennings, Kenny Wayne Sheppard, Led Zeppelin, BB King, Marshall Tucker Band and John Cougar Melancamp.
I think im Johnny Cash. I think im Hank Williams. I think im Willie Nelson. I think im Waylon Jennings. Ehh . I keep it Kuntry man. -Young Gunner
Hank Williams, Hank Williams Jr, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and that's just a few.
Classic Country Music History for Mar 16: 1922 - WSB 750 AM went on the air in Atlanta, Georgia. 1942 - Jerry Jeff Walker, was born Ronald Clyde Crosby in Oneonta, New York. 1943 - Shug Fisher joined the "Sons of the Pioneers" as Pat Brady's replacement, after Brady was drafted into the military. 1946 - Grandpa Jones played the Grand Ole Opry for the first time this evening. 1951 - Hank Williams records "Hey, Good Lookin'," "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)," "Howlin' At The Moon" and "My Heart Would Know" in an afternoon session at Nashville's Castle Recording Studio 1957 - Tommy Collins released "All The Monkeys Ain't In The Zoo." 1962 - Marty Robbins released "Love Can't Wait" b/w "Too Far Gone." 1965 - Waylon Jennings recorded his first session for Chet Atkins, and RCA. 1974 - With President Nixon and the First Lady of the United States in attendance, the first show at the New Grand Ole Opry House was presented to the world. This was the first time a sitting President of the United Stat ...
Here's a FUNNY from tonite's show at Shamrock Sports Bar & Grille in Addyston,Ohio. As I am rolling on thru a 4 hr solo acoustic set of my music playing about 90% originals with songs by Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, David Allan Coe, Chris Knight, John Prine, Hank Williams and Johnny Cash peppered in, this fella comes up and asks if I play any Luke Bryan. When I informed him that NO INDEED,I do not play any Luke Bryan songs, the young fella's response was " That's OK man, not many people can actually play Country Music like Luke Bryan or Brantley Gilbert. You sound real good and are probably better off sticking to playing all those Rock N Roll songs you've been playing all nite. They're probably better for the soul," I politely nodded to the fella and made my Bourbon disappear whilst I went on about my business. I guess I WILL stick to playing my "Rock N Roll Songs" and I reckon I'll get along just fine,LOL! Another Day Alive Raisin' *** & Slingin' Gravel.
Dawes , Bruce , Waylon Jennings , Hank Williams ,The Everly Brothers are part of 2014 -
The next show will be Saturday, March 1st. It will be our legends night. We will do our best to present some of the legends of Country Music to you, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Stonewall Jackson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Garth Brooks, Patsy Cline, Webb Pierce, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Hank Williams Sr., George Strait, Kitty Wells, Don Williams, and many more. This is going to be a show to come to. Even the kitchen and dining room will be showcasing the legends night. We are planning to make this a night to remember. The doors open at 5 pm and the show runs from 6 to 9. It may run a little longer due to the amount of singers there. Ms. Shelby will have her chili and hot dogs + all the trimmings. There will also be Where There's Smoke BBQ sandwiches. Come early and eat supper with us and enjoy a great show. Admission is FREE, with plenty of parking in front and back and side. Hope to see you there.
Okay, I'll give it a go. Honestly,it would be tough for me to narrow it down to 130. These Albums never seem to fully leave my rotation so I will go with this as a somewhat reluctant short list: "RULES: In your status update, list 13 albums that have stayed with you over the years in some way. Don't take too long on this list - just a few minutes. These don't have to be great records, just ones that mean something to you personally. Then tag 10 of your friends, including me so I can see your list" Mojo Nixon-Whereabouts Unknown, The Byrds-Sweetheart of the Rodeo, Clutch-Transnational Speedway League, Butthole Surfers- Independent Worm Saloon, Ween- Pure Guava, Iggy and the Stooges- Raw Power, Wesley Willis- Fabian Road Warrior, Nirvana- Incesticide, The Fendermen- Mule Skinner Blues, Waylon Jennings- Lonesome, On'ry and Mean, Hank Williams- Moanin' the Blues, Willie Nelson and the Family- Live, Unknown Hinson-The Future Is Unknown...
Never again will there be any Country Music singers that come close to Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings, Dwight Yoakam, or David Allan Coe.
My bud in Montana, Gary Atwell posted on his FB page 13 albums that still move him musically today. And then tagged me to do the same. Well the Virgo that I am can not just pick 13, so here is my 30 albums that have stuck with me over the years. I know some of you will wonder on some why I was so late on some of them, so let's discuss in the comments. And for honorable mention, ZZ Top: Eliminator and Prince: Purple Rain! That should get the conversation started! LOL! 1. The very best of Hank Williams. 2. Jimmie Rogers: Never no more blues. 3. Buck Owens and the Buckaroos: I don't care. 4. The very best of Charley Pride. 5. Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys for the last time. 6. Waylon Jennings: Dreaming my dreams. 7. Jerry Jeff Walker: Riding High. 8. Introducing Johnny Rodriguez. 9. Johnny Bush: Here comes the world again. 10. Gary Stewart: Out of Hand. 11. Emmylou Harris: Elite Hotel. 12. Bruce Springsteen: The River. 13. Willie and Family live. 14. Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airman live from Aus ...
I listen to Justin Moore and Luke Bryan but neither one are REAL country. Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, and Waylon Jennings are REAL country!
tune in for "HR's inDspotlight" - Radio Show in 25 minutes and join us in the chatroom now to hear some great tunes by Bill Wyman , Queen , Hank Williams , Waylon Jennings , Bob Dylan , Jimi Hendrix , The Rolling Stones and The Kinks !
Country Music felt a seismic shift this year as some of the people most intimately linked to the format took their final bow. Among these were the master vocal stylists George Jones and Ray Price and the less-heralded Tompall Glaser, who was instrumental in birthing the Outlaw movement that helped make superstars of Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. Few might recognize the name Charles Carr, but most would have heard of the shadowy figure at the wheel of the 1952 powder-blue Cadillac convertible who drove on as Hank Williams was drawing his last breaths in the back seat. This year, it was Carr's turn to take that final ride. Departing also were two pop stars who made significant forays into Country Music, back in the days when the division between pop and country was more porous -- Patty Andrews (of the sweet-singing Andrew Sisters) and the inimitable Patti Page (of "Tennessee Waltz" fame). CMT lost one of its own stalwarts, too, with the exit of editorial director Chet Flippo, a renowned journalist and ...
What happened to idolizing guys like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, George Jones, and Hank Williams?
September list of things I learned on FB that sucked that I previously thought were awesome or just okay: Bryan Adams, Kevin Costner, John Mayer (including his guitar-playing), Albany, the entire state of Texas, the entire state of Florida, Modesto, the Eagles (again), Oakland, Michael Rapaport, Indiana (now that they've gone all Tea-bagger), Jane Austin (again), The New Girl, Clowns, HBO's Girls. Things that seem to universally continue to NOT suck on my FB feed that I totally agree with: The Clash, Johnny Cash, Dylan, New Orleans, Les Edgerton, Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Taylor Swift, stills from classic film noir, covers from classic pulps from the 50s and 60s, Joe Clifford, Tom Pitts, Isaac Kirkman, Sayles, Leek, Love Songs are Too Violent for Me, Shotgun Honey, Conley, Kazimer, Robert Mitchum, Hank Williams (just I and III), Elvis Costello, Snubnose Press, Cutters Way, obscure movies on Netflicks Streaming that turn out to be wonderful, Breaking Bad. Things that people love that I am unfamiliar with o ...
Old Crow Medicine show, Hank Williams not the 3rd, Haggard, George Straight, Waylon Jennings, and uhh Taylor Swift.
"I like Bobby Dylan and I like Johnny Cash, I think Waylon Jennings is a table-thumpin' smash, Hearin' Joni Mitchell feels as good as smokin' grass, If you don't like Hank Williams, honey - you can kiss my *** (Kris Kristofferson)
Born in 1914 in Hohenwald, Tenn., Hattie Louise "Tootsie" Bess was a well-known and loved member of Nashville's music scene. In 1960, she purchased a bar called Mom's on Lower Broadway which backed up to the legendary Ryman Auditorium. Opry annoncer Grant Turner said, "You could leave Tootsie's at 7:58 and still be on stage at the Opry at 8 o'clock." Many Opry performers did just that. Without her, musicians and performers like Tom T. Hall, Kris Kristofferson, Roger Miller, Patsy Cline, Waylon Jennings or Hank Williams may not have reached the heights of stardom that they did. Willie Nelson got his first songwriting job after singing at Tootsie's. Tootsie would hire down-on-their-luck writers and pickers, feeding them while they worked and often slipping $5 and $10 bills in their pockets. She kept a cigar box full of IOUs under the counter and it's said that at the end of every year, grateful Opry performers would band together to pay off those IOUs so she could afford to stay in business. Charley Pride g ...
Bio Shows Photo Videos Music Contact Bama THE BAMA BAND- (20+ years with BOCEPHUS) Twice nominated for the Academy of Country Music's Band of the Year Award, The Bama Band for 20 plus years were the touring band for superstar HANK WILLIAMS, JR. Standing on their own as a showstopping act, The Bama Band pours it on with no let down. From hard driving rock and roll to rhythm and blues to progressive country, from high energy to soulful and slow, their multi-faceted show has developed from a multitude of influences. WAYNE "ANIMAL" TURNER, lead vocalist and guitarist, has worked with Hank Williams, Jr. since 1979. As a member of The Bama Band, Wayne has performed with many stars including Reba McIntire, Kris Kristofferson, Dickie Betts, Lee Roy Parnell. BILLY EARHEART, keyboardist, has been a member of Hank's legendary Bama Band since 1985. Besides working with Hank Jr., Billy also plays with the Grammy-award winning Amazing Rhythm Aces. Billy has also played with Al Green, Waylon Jennings, B.B. King, Eddie H ...
Miles. Bach. Coltrane. Waylon Jennings. Costello and Presley. Stevie Wonder. Bowie. Chopin. Stan Getz. Led Zeppelin. Sinatra. Billie. Dylan. Nina Simone. Patsy Cline. The Who. Mozart. Hank Williams. Tribe Called Quest. Byrne. The Dead. Lou Reed. The list goes on an on of the music that soundtracks my whole deal. But I'll tell you what. Springsteen and U2 are in my bone marrow. In my lungs. In very vein. Go ahead. Hate on it. I don't care.
I miss Country Music, # Don Williams, # Merle Haggard, # Waylon Jennings, # Willie Nelson, # kris kristopherson, # Johnny Cash, # Charlie Daniels, # Hank Williams, # Hank Jr. # Charlie Pride, and if I left any out and I know I did feel free to add them!!! Today's pop country ***
Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Jones and Hank Williams. Have to put 5th for Waylon Jennings though.
The country names I grew up with are names like George Jones, David Allen Coe, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, and Hank Williams
I bet George Jones walked into Heaven... and found Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash saving him a seat at the bar.
Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and now George Jones, the list just keeps getting longer.
George Jones is probably the last of the great REAL country singers: Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette
for country listen to: Johnny Cash, Hank Williams senior, jr and the third, The Highwaymen which is Cash, Waylon Jennings
But you don't know who Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Ray Price, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, George Jones or Buck Owens is? Ummm, okay!
" Outlaw country is a subgenre of Country Music, most popular during the late 1960s and the 1970s (and even into the 1980s in some cases), sometimes referred to as the outlaw movement or simply outlaw music. The focus of the movement has been on "outlaws", such as Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, David Allan Coe and his Eli Radish Band, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Leon Russell, Hank Williams Jr., Townes Van Zandt and Billy Joe Shaver. The reason for the movement has been attributed to a reaction to the Nashville sound, developed by record producers like Chet Atkins who softened the raw honky tonk sound that was predominant in the music of performers like Jimmie Rodgers, and his successors such as Hank Williams, George Jones and Lefty Frizzell. According to Aaron Fox, "the fundamental opposition between law-and-order authoritarianism and the image of 'outlaw' authenticity... has structured country's discourse of masculinity since the days of Jimmy Rogers". we need a new movement.
It's Wednesday's repeat tonight and once again at 10:00pm til 11:00pm UK time and 4:00pm til 5:00pm USA central, we have a Sunday Evening Special program for our listeners, tonight it's a mix of New and Old on The C&W Country Music Show and for an hour amongst our play list we have Sierra Cecil ~ Maria Butterly ~ Gord Bamford ~ Lesley Curtis ~ Tonya Kennedy ~ Travellin Rose ~ Eldon Blanchard ~ Jennifer Clarke ~ Jesse Bryant ~ Hank Williams ~ Waylon Jennings ~ Willie Nelson ~ Johnny Cash here on ...
I can't stand modern country, it's so cheesy and corny. It sounds like they are trying way to hard to be "country" or "southern"... What ever happened to Vince gill, Alan Jackson, George Jones, Hank Williams Sr, Hank Williams Jr., Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Meryl Haggard, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson? The only thing worth listening to that comes on the country station now is Zac Brown Band, and I don't even think they are actually country.. More like folk rock.
ah, get over Whitney; check out real music: Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson. Want a girl, Patsy Kline!
Idk what Blake Shelton talking about, no one wants to listen to their "grandpas music" cause i love me some Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams Sr. Etc.
Let's be honest, you're not country if you don't know Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, or Waylon Jennings.
"Now they're man to man, and they're hand to hand in that promise land. Hank, Waylon, and Johnny." - Hank Williams, Jr.
It's a Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr kind of night.
I leaned up against many a pinball machine in the late 60's in Mac's cafe with Waylon Jennings as he shot a bank roll of quarters into the slots,..lot'a times at night, Captain Midnight, Billy Swan, johnny Darrell, Tom Paul Glaser would be propped up in the booths being rowdy,.carrying on,..Waylon was the real deal,.. a true artist,..a troubadour of the highest order,..he never trod the path of the country star for any other reason then to be a role model of the singer/songwriter who did it his way,.one who never compromised,..because he loved what he did,..to him, it was sacred ground to be living and working in Nashville,..walking the alley's and streets where the greats like Hank Williams, Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Roy Acuff, Earnest Tubb, Kitty Wells,Loretta Lynn, and all the luminaries of Country Music hung out and plied their trade...Any young aspirant today should kiss the ground on 16th and 17th ave south,..these are the streets that housed these rebels of the world in their cocky spangled s ...
Can I just listen to Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard all day? Maybe throw some Hank Williams and Johnny Cash in there too.
“The thing is, we’re in this together, the old, the new, the one-hit wonders and the lifetime achievers, the writers and the session pickers and the guy who sells the T-shirts. The folks that come to the shows, and the ones that stay at home and watch it on TNN. Those who remember Hank Williams, and those who came on board about the time of Mark Chestnutt, who named his baby boy after me.” — Waylon Jennings
if y'all like Johnny Cash ya need to check out some Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams. Old raw country.
Rollin' South Bound for Tonite's Show in Walton,Kentucky at Garrett's Place Sports Bar and Grill 9:00-1:00. Been gettin' geared up all day listening to Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Gregg Allman, Jimmy Martin, Freddie King, Black Oak Arkansas and Hank Williams. What are YOU Listening to to get fired up for TONITE???
Well, Jerry and I just spent a fun couple of hours listening to some "golden oldies"! Hank Williams, Sr & Jr, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Carol Baker, etc. T'was a bunch of fun!! Now we've stayed up WAY later than planned!! Night, ch'all!!!
Dan E. James can impersonate many country artists including Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Garth Brooks, Hank Williams, Ernest Tubb, and many more. A Professional Recording Artist for over 40 years. Award winning singer / song writer with years of professional voice over experience.
Country Music now a days needs some Waylon Jennings, David Allan Coe, and Johnny Cash flavor in it. Oh and Hank Williams
Cleaning & working and listening to old Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings & Merle Haggard. What are you up too?
I'd love to have dinner with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, hank Williams, George Jones and Merle Haggard.
There aren't enough good things I can say about Travis Tritt. Suffice to say, I like him a LOT! From his first album in '89 right up thru his last in '07, (and I've got all ten of 'em), you'll find something you like on any one of them. Country tear-jerkers, honky tonkin' songs, ballads and country rockers! There are his duets with Marty Stuart (four songs), Patty Loveless (two songs), Charlie Daniels (one song), Patti LaBelle (one song), Hank Williams Jr. & Waylon Jennings (one song), Little Feat (one song), and Lari White (one song)... Or how about his covers of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Elvis Presley, Keith Whitley, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Eagles, Rolling Stones, Nickelback, Hank Williams, Sr. (featuring George Thorogood), Steve Earle, Bruce Springsteen, Richard Marx, Hank Williams, Jr., Kenny Wayne Shepherd (who played guitar on the recording), The Platters and Waylon Jennings... He's a helluva songwriting partner too, having penned songs with Gary Rossington (Lynyrd Skynyrd), Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20), and Ric ...
I've given up on music. There will never be another Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen or Johnny Cash. There will never be another Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams or George Jones. Music is dead.
This is my first video so I did my best on it. Hank Williams Jr. and Waylon Jennings from the album Hank Williams Jr. 20 hits which is avaliable on itunes ri...
It’s a southern rock anthem that’s been performed by some of the biggest music acts around, from Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, Jr. and Alabama to The Zac Brown Band, Poison, The Allman Brothers and Kid Rock.
If you don't listen to Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, & George Strait then you've never really exp ...
Gettin' my outlaw country on while I work today... Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Jerry Reed... oh yeah... with some Buck Owens, Hank Williams and Dolly Parton thrown in there - not to mention some Cody Walker Jr and Longfellow Street. We have our foot-stompin moments. :) Honey I wantcha for the rest of my days... well *** speakin' of Longfellow Street doing outlaw country, here's a little taste of Cody Walker Jr frontin' the band, doin' Merle's "Workin' Man's Blues". Cody and Arvid rip it up! is from when Mallory had moved away to Norfolk and the rest of the boys in Longfellow Street were playing as The 1911s) Click it and get yer outlaw on! I love the way Cody does this song. :)
to give you an idea of how weird my dreams are: I was renting out a house trailer I had to Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams the third was taking head shots and full body shots of me for my portfolio (acting you know, or trying it anyway)..I had went and seen Hank Williams Senior show and both me and Waylon was complimenting Hank the third about his dads great show and Hank the third was getting mad at me because I was not keeping focused and moving around too much...Waylon was laughing about it...
Johnny Cash, George Strait, Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings.. How can i sleep with this Pandora station?
On my playlist for today just a few old friends and a few new ones Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Gram Parsons, Lucinda Williams . who needs new artist :-)
Next person that says Taylor Swift is country I'm gonna pimp slap with a Hank Williams cd or a Waylon Jennings one.
Grandson of Hank Williams and son Of Hank Jr. Sounds a lot like Grand-daddy. In the same school as Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, et al.
Ok, here we go: can we have an intelligent (non hate-filled) conversation about Taylor and her new song? You say "it's not country." I'm pretty sure that's what they said about Waylon Jennings (when compared to Hank Williams) Shania Twain (when compared to Dolly Parton) and you get the idea. It's 2012. We want to be on the leading edge of AMERICAN music written about things you and I go through every day, whether that's a "Cruise" with your baby (thanks Florida-Georgia Line) or that scumbag you just can't stand any more. I don't know...I'm a NASCAR fan, so I know how much fun it was to hate on Jeff Gordon in the late '90s when it seemed he won every dang race. Is this what's happening here? I'm just the kind of dad that doesn't even like to use the word "hate." So I gotta know...why so much of it for her? Al Skop
Waylon doing another great version of a Hank Williams song. From the Dreaming My Dreams album
I wonder what Hank Williams and Waylon Jennings would think of Hunter Hayes?
My Favorite Country Artists of All Time: Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings (named Amanda for "Amanda, Light of my life"), Bob Weir, Michael Montgomery, Johnny Cash, Jerry Jeff Walker, BW Stevenson, Steven Fromholtz, Dolly Parton. more to come as memory serves
Very shorthanded today. Had to go out and have a discussion with an individual who has repeatedly been told that all waste placed in his cointainer must be bagged so that when the automated trucks pick up the can, loose stuff doesn't come out and scatter. This was the third time he had been warned. The guy started raving, and then I noticed three CS battle flags displayed on his front porch. One with Dale Earnhart, one with Hank Williams, Jr., and the third with Waylon Jennings. I commented about them and told him I used to live in Richmond and how we liked walking down Monument Ave. to look at the statues. He said he had been there and thought they were awesome. I told him, yep, they certainly made some awesome second place trophies back in the day.
you can be listening to Mac Miller & Drake one second then Waylon Jennings & Hank Williams, Jr the next.
Here is a visual for anyone out there that cares! Jerry sings regularly for the seniors in various nursing homes all around the DFW areas. He sings the older Country Music songs that they remember and grew up with like Johnny Cash, Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams, Hank Thompson, Waylon Jennings, Marty Robbins and more...And he sings them in the same style of the original artist. All the folks love it and they ask him back every month. Now here is the visual...In 20-40 years when the middle agers of today are in the nursing homes and they are being sung to by visiting minstrals, will it be music of the Grateful Dead, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pink Floyd and Queen just to name a few?
played the song 'The Conversation' by Waylon Jennings with Hank Williams Jr. on
was visited last night in a dream by the ghosts of Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, and Willie Nelson. Willie wouldn't stop complaining that he wasn't dead yet. Waylon was getting annoyed and threatened to rosin Willie's riggings. Hank never looked so happy and assured Waylon it was really some other way...
you don't like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Hank Jr, Jerry Reed, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson or banjo music.😏
Robert Smith, Elvis Costello, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams and Kurt Cobain are a few of my biggest lyrical influences.
Hank Williams Jr. performs "Waymore's Blues" at an Outlaw Country All-Star Celebration of Waylon Jennings and the tribute album "WAYLON: The Music Inside Vol...
Steve Earle doesn't seem like a guy who likes rules, boundaries, and limitations, and his music reflects this idea. From the beginning, his music has been neither country nor rock; instead, it has drawn on the best inspiration from both (and more). His 1986 debut, Guitar Town, comes on like a hybrid of Bruce Springsteen and the Stones with Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, and Woody Guthrie.
Tonight on "Johnny Cash 'Late & Alone'" - Music from Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings and...
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