Waylon Arnold Jennings (June 15, 1937 – February 13, 2002) was an American country music singer, songwriter, and musician.
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"You dont find a style, a style finds you." - Keith Richards "Every once in a while I'll call up Eddie Van Halen and ask, "Found that fourth chord yet?" - Billy Gibbons "To me a guitar is kind of like a woman. You don't know why you like 'em but you do." - Waylon Jennings "Every time you pick up your guitar to play, play as if it's the last time." - Eric Clapton "The Telecaster has two sounds - a good one and a bad one." - Jimi Hendrix "My guitar is not a thing. It is an extension of myself. It is who I am." - Joan Jett "A good solo is like a book. It will start out in a phrase, it will go on in paragraphs, and then it will have a great ending." - Steve Vai "If you pick up a guitar and it says 'Take me, I'm yours,' then that's the one for you." - Frank Zappa
The Highwaymen - Ghost Riders in the Sky - Live Four of the greatest legends of country music join together. Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and ...
Classic Country Music History for Feb 29th: 1936 - Keyboard player Charles Cochran is born. He becomes a prominent Nashville session musician, playing on hits by Crystal Gayle, Waylon Jennings, Charley Pride, Johnny Cash and Don Williams 1952 - Webb Pierce's "Wondering" topped the charts. 1955 - Ira and Charlie Louvin The Louvin Brothers joined the Grand Ole Opry. 1960 - Bob Beckham's single "Crazy Arms" debuted on the charts. 1960 - Patsy Cline released "Lovesick Blues" and "How Can I Face Tomorrow." 1968 - Henson Cargill's "Skip A Rope" was on the country charts. Johnny Cash turned the song down, he didn"t think his fans would like it. 1976 - Waylon and Willie's "Good Hearted Woman" topped the charts.
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.
BEHIND THE SONG: Suspicious Minds This was the last hit for Elvis during his lifetime. A remixed version of "A Little Less Conversation" hit in the UK in 2002. Memphis singer Mark James wrote this. He recorded and released his own version, but it didn't go anywhere. Memphis Soul producer Chips Moman brought this to Presley in 1969, and Elvis immediately fell in love with it and decided he could turn it into a hit, even though it had flopped for James. This was recorded between 4-7 in the morning, during the landmark Memphis session that helped Elvis reclaim his title of "The King." This was a big comeback song for Elvis. It was 7 years since his last hit. Elvis' publishing company, along with his manager Col. Tom Parker, tried to get their usual cut of the royalties from this and threatened to stop the recording if they didn't. Elvis insisted on recording the song regardless. This song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999. Artists to cover this song include Dwight Yoakam, Waylon Jennings, The ...
Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Kenny Rogers & George Strait are by far my favorite artists.
Dear god. We will gladly trade you Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, if we could only have Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings back plus if you see fit we would also like to trade Lady gaga for Lane Frost.
I think there might actually be hope for society, just got my little sister's listening to David Allen Coe, and Waylon Jennings. Thank ya Jesus! 🙌🙏
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Cash Only Band is coming to the Lucky Beaver Bar And Burger this Friday Feb 28. They will be preforming from 6pm to 9pm. Founded by front man guitarist Davin Kangas in 2002, the Cash Only Band from South Lake Tahoe started out as a Johnny Cash Tribute band with one distinction. It’s a musical interpretation, not an impersonation. The Cash Only Band also performs other popular artists such as Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson and David Allen Coe. Other band members include South Lake Tahoe’s, Nate Alcorn on upright bass bringing a western swing and slap style and Raybob Bowman on Pedal Steel who has performed for over 30 years professionally with the likes of Naomi and Wynona Judd. Lowell Wilson is on the keyboard and synthesizer with his honky-tonk piano style and rock organ type sounds along with Tom Parodie on Drums
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.
Roots Rock Reggae Lynn, Loving this music while I do my cleaning. I want to go to a concert. I'm going to plan on that. Some time this spring or summer. It has to be Reggae. I haven't been to Reggae concert for about 10 yrs. Shiit I'm freakin old. I use to go to concerts at least 6 to 10 times a year when I was young. Van Halen x 3 times, Bob Marely, Jimmy Cliff x 3, Third World x 2, Ziggy Marley X 16 yup that's right 16 times after all I do love him LOL, Earth Wind an Fire, The Greatful dead, Santana, Blue oyster cult, Neil young, The police, Exit, Redbone, Smokey Robinson, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Frank Sinatra, Waylon Jennings, ZZ Top x 3, Black Sabbath, and on and on and on and on I loved it.
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 ...
This Day In Country Music History, Feb. 21st 2012 Jason Aldean shoots the "Fly Over States" video at the Smyrna Airport in Tennessee 2004 "American Soldier" conquers the position in Billboard for TobyMac Keith 2001 Faith Hill's "Breathe" album propels her to three trophies during the 43rd annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The CD takes Best Country Album, the title track wins Best Female Country Vocal Performance, and she shares Best Country Collaboration with Vocals with Tim McGraw, for "Let's Make Love" 1997 The "Everything I Love" album goes gold and platinum for Alan Jackson 1996 Garth Brooks' "Fresh Horses" album is certified gold, platinum and triple-platinum 1976 Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson share the top spot on the Billboard country chart with "Good Hearted Woman" 1970 Eric Heatherly is born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Playing flaming, rockabilly-tinged guitar, he collects a hit in 2000 with a remake of The Statler Brothers' classic "Flowers On The Wall" 1958 Mary Chapin ...
Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, George Strait, Miranda Lambert all born in Texas... may I go on?
So I've figured it out, there are performances all day in the main areas, Graham Nash is up there at the min talkin' some hippy talk... But at night from 10 untill 4am, about a hundred hotel rooms are used for gigs, usually for hour to an hour slots, that's when the fun kicks in... Saw Gangstagrass last night in a tiny room, check 'em out, bluegrass & rap, also meet these guys linked up with the Woody Guthrie Center from Oklahoma, bit of a supergroup from their hometown, it was like watching a young Bob Wills, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard & Canned Heat, they were the real deal... Their hotel room is massive & they turned it into a bar, red dim lights, free Oklahama beer(ye just leave a tip for the band if ye want) they didn't have a name though, so gonna go check 'em out in the early mornin' hours again later, gonna get them around to the Muddy Roots Music Recordings room & booth too... playing 9 times in four days myself, three gigs later today, it's only 11.30 am here just now, i'm pretty knackered, b ...
"You don't have to call me Waylon Jennings...and you don't have to call me Charlie Pride..."
Encore Westerns has your Old Tucson ties film for you to catch this Wednesday! STAGECOACH (1986) Feb. 19, 2014 12:55 p.m This is a remake of the classic John Ford movie which originally starring John Wayne. Story follows a stagecoach ride through Old West Apache territory. On board are a cavalry man's pregnant wife(Mary Crosby), a Marshal(Johnny Cash) taking in his prisoner Johnny Ringo(Kris Kristofferson), a crooked gambler(Waylon Jennings), and the infamous Doc Holliday(Willie Nelson).
Today in Country Music: February 16 (source: www.rolandnote.com) 2013- The trio of Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Eric Church go to with "The Only Way I Know" on Billboard's Country chart. 2010- Miranda Lambert earns a gold album for "Revolution" 2010- Alan Jackson's "Good Time" album goes platinum. 2010- Broken Bow releases Jason Aldean's "Crazy Town" to radio. 2008- Bobby Lord, who hosted his own syndicated TV show in the 1960s, dies in Stuart, Florida. A former Grand Ole Opry member, he netted one Top 10 hit, the 1956 release "Without Your Love" 2007- Big & Rich and John Anderson perform jointly in Franklin, Tennessee, in a taping of "CMT Cross Country." Among their collaborations: "Swingin'" and "Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)" 2006- CMT premieres Rascal Flatts' video for "What Hurts The Most" 2002- Hank Williams Jr. makes his first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry in more than 20 years, joining Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart to pay tribute to the late Waylon Jennings for more than an hour at Nashville's . ...
You can learn to play pool (or, master trick shots) with the Minnesota Fats instructional video. In this video, legendary singer Waylon Jennings is there bec...
February 13 was the twelfth anniversary of the death of Waylon Jennings. In 2012, CounterPunch editor Jeffrey St. Clair published the following: Remembering Waylon Jennings: An Honest Outlaw “To live outside the law you must be honest,” sings Bob Dylan in “Absolutely Sweet Marie,” a tune that has always struck me as a comic rejoinder to Leadbelly’s great prison song “Midnight Special.” But those lines by Dylan could also be an epitaph for the life and career of Waylon Jennings. Jennings was an outlaw in all the right respects, not least as an outlaw to an atrophied and corrupt recording industry that was exploiting him and his cohorts. At great professional risk, Jennings defied the pious and rigid lords of Nashville, the country purists of the Opry, who sneered at pop sounding songs and banned full drum sets from their stage. He fought as fiercely as Chuck D or Pearl Jam against the bosses of the record biz, who defile the sound and content of recordings and treat performers as cattle. When ...
Since Ian and Sylvia first recorded Darcy Farrow in 1965, Steve's songs have been sung by dozens of major artists including Garth Brooks, John Denver, Nanci Griffith, Waylon Jennings, Iain Matthews, Anne Murray, Josh Ritter, Kenny Rogers, Linda Ronstadt, Spanky and Our Gang, Don Williams, and Tammy Wynette.
Music video by Johnny Cash with Waylon Jennings performing I'm Movin' On. (C) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment
Waylon Jennings' life should have come to an end when he was 21 years and 7 months old, but through a twist of fate he became a part of rock and roll folklore, and the central character for one of my favorite trivia stories of all time. Waylon had been hired by Buddy Holly to play bass guitar in his band during the Winter Dance Party of 1959. I've often told the story, but it always bears telling one more time, especially on this day. Buddy had chartered a small airplane to fly himself, along with Tommy Allsup and Waylon from their show in Clear Lake, Iowa to Moorhead, Minnesota because their tour bus kept breaking down during the sub-freezing conditions and Buddy wanted to fly ahead to rest-up and do laundry before their next concert. Following the show, J.P. Richardson asked Waylon if he would give up his seat so The Big Bopper didn't have to ride another leg on the bus, and Ritchie Valens won a coin toss backstage with Tommy for the final seat. As the friends said goodbye outside the Surf Ballroom ...
Today is February 13, 2014, it is the 44th day of 2014. There are 321 days left in th e year.1542~Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of England's King Henry VIII is executed by guillotine in London Tower for treason and adultery.~1935~In Flemington, New Jersey, a jury finds Bruno Richard Hauptmann guilty of the kidnap and murder of the infant son of Charles and Anne Lindbergh.~1937~The National Football League 's Boston Redskins move to Washington, D.C.~1971~The Osmonds' single "One Bad Apple" hits on the billboard charts.~1976~U.S. figure skater Dorothy Hamill wins the women's gold medal in figure skating at the Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria ~2002~Country music singer/songwriter Waylon Jennings dies at the age of 64 in Chandler, Arizona, from complications of diabetes
Music History for - A source revealed that Whitney Houston’s body was being flown from Los Angeles to her native New Jersey for her funeral. It was later revealed that movie mogul Tyler Perry lent his private jet to the family to aid in the body’s transportation. 2011 - Lady Antebellum won the Song of the Year and Record of the Year award for the song, “Need You Now” at the 53rd Grammy Awards. 2005 - Ray Charles won eight Grammy awards posthumously for his final album, Genius Loves Company. 2002 - Country singer Waylon Jennings died at age 64. 2001 - Peter Frampton was honored with the Orville H. Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award. It's a very important award to a guitar player. 2000 - Pop singer Richard Marx showed up at country star Joe Diffie's annual "Country Steps in for First Steps" concert at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Marx did his hit, "Don't Mean Nothin'." 1997 - Michael Jackson and wife Debbie welcomed a baby boy, their first child. The boy was named Prince. 1993 - Whitney Houston ...
In other news, a girl told me today I look like Waylon Jennings, not sure I see it, but I will take the compliment and run!
Learn Our History Today: On February 3, 1959, three rising American rock and roll stars, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson were killed when their chartered plane crashed during a Midwest tour. The event has become known as “the day the music died.” At the time of the deadly crash, Holly, Valens, and Richardson were some of the most famous musicians in America, with Holly having recently released the smash hit song, “That'll Be the Day,” Valens the songs, “Donna” and “La Bamba,” and Richardson the song, "Chantilly Lace.” On February 3, in the midst of a terrible winter storm, the trio’s tour bus had been frequently breaking down and they needed to get to their next stop quickly. Holly decided to charter a plane for the group, but the plane was too small to hold all the performers and their bands, so some would fly and others would try to drive. Ritchie Valens won a coin toss for a coveted spot on the plane, and Holly band member Waylon Jennings, who had al ...
In one night we lost three seminal rock and roll singers...but little known is who was also on stage that night. The Big Bopper (JP Richardson), Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens, who, along with Dion & The Belmonts, were headlining the Winter Dance Party 1959. Buddy's guitarist for the tour was Waylon Jennings, who'd go onto becoming a country music legend. Later that evening Bobby Vee, whose vocals sounded very similar to Holly's joined, along with Frankie Avalon and Fabian. Bobby Vee - who everyone said I was the spitting image of as a teenager - finished the tour for Holly and became a star on his own. We met one night at KHJ-TV in L.A. I was walking down a dark corridor to the bathroom from the newsroom and he was coming the other direction. When we met I shook his hand and said "Bobby, people have always said I look just like you." Without batting an eye he instantly replied "Hey, everyone always told me I looked just like you." Duh, did I feel dumb. "La Bamba," the film about Ritchie Valens was filme ...
55 years ago today, the Music died as Clark McInnis mentioned. Not a big thing to some but certainly rocked the music world then. The three men that died were the top three in music at the time as Elvis had been drafted, Little Richard went to gospel music and Chuck Berry was arrested for soliciting a prostitute. Today, there are two monuments located where Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper died in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, on February 3, 1959. Behind the story, there were some strange and the long term affects on our world. Buddy and his group had been on a 24 day tour riding in a poorly heated bus and passengers had been swapping flu. They decided to rent a plane but it could only carry 4 people, pilot and three passengers. Waylon Jennings gave up his seat to B.P. Richardson as the "Bopper" had the flu the worst. Holly joked with Jennings "Well, I hope your ol' bus freezes up." Jennings reportedly said, "Well, I hope your ol' plane crashes." Tommy Allsup and Ritchie Valens decide ...
Billy Joe Shaver with Waylon Jennings - Heart of Texas: via Where I am!
I had the opportunity to shoot an interview with Jimmy Webb last week. We had a great conversation about the Main Point. Even though he only played there twice (1970 and '71) he had vivid memories of his time there. He talked about how he came to write about it in his song "if You see Me Getting Smaller". He told me how he wrote the song for Waylon Jennings but he ended up recording it himself also(both came out in 1977 - Waylon's album was "Ol' Waylon" and Jimmy's was "Mirage"). If you don't remember the song the 2nd verse is: God bless old Philadelphia they were standing in the rain Out in front of the Main Point, a wet and lonely train Who knows who they came to see a mad man full of beer A four piece band and a charter bus my border-line career If you see me gettin' smaller I'm leavin' don't be grieving Just got to get away from here If you see me gettin' smaller don't worry I'm in no hurry I've got the right to disappear I'm going to try and post some of the interview soon...
I hope everyone in front of the mountain lair enjoys my Waylon Jennings jam session
Via Wade Williams your status line, list 10 albums that have stayed with you. Tag ten friends including me *** I just tagged a random # of music snobs). These should not be the critics list, but records that mean something to you. Do it fast. Don’t research it. In no particular order with not much thought:" 1. Johnny Cash-Live Prison 2. Steve Earle-Copperhead Road 3. Marvin Gaye-What's Going On 4. Soundgarden-Loud Love/Superunknown 5. R.E.M.-Murmur(Wade took Reckoning) 6. Screaming Trees-Sweet OBLIVION 7. Dwight Yoakam-Gone/This Time 8. Coldplay-A rush of blood to the head 9. Waylon Jennings-this Time 10. Best of Bill Withers Screw it-11. Traveling Wilburys Left out the obvious Beatles, Stones, etc.
Spent the last week listing to Classic Country on Slacker Radio. I just logged into FB and it suggested I like Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Tracy Lawrence, Charlie Daniels and Lupe Fiasco. I'm not sure if I'm more disturbed that FB knows what station on listing to on a separate app, or that it makes a connection between Waylon Jennings and Lupe Fiasco.
So I got from the library an audio dramatization of the The New Testament. It is done the same way as before they had television when everyone would gather around the radio. This audio theater stars Jim Caviezel as Jesus, Richard Dreyfuss, Michael W Smith, Marisa Tomei, and john Schneider from the original dukes of hazzard. It would be perfect if Waylon Jennings did the narrator or better to say the balladeer of the New Testament!!! He could even do the theme song about Jesus called the good old boy! "he's just the son of God, never meaning no harm, fightin the Pharisees like a pre-modern-day Robin Hood..."
Composer, producer, & guitarist Mark Goldenberg sits down in the Mancave with ME and LeeAnn and talks about working with Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, Natalie Imbruglia, Chris Issak, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Peter Frampton, Hugh Laurie, Jackson Browne and even William Shatner!
I just heard Waylon Jennings cover Bob Dylan. Don't know how I've never heard it before, but I'm *** sure gonna make up for lost time and play it every single day until the cows come home. Sorry Maggie Slinkman
When I hear people talk about what Steve Jobs would do, I hear the song “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way” by Waylon Jennings in my brain.
Hey Julie you are awesome I've checked out your music and am looking forward to meeting you and honored to have my band the Billy Joe Trio open for you at this event May 17th 2014 to benefit people living with multiple sclerosis. We have constructed a roots country/blues set for this show consisting of original songs Waylon Jennings,Jerry Reed,Johnny Cash,Skynerd, Marshall Tucker,Hank sir,Willie Nelson,and of course Elvis tunes etc. The Harley Davidson folks here in Va are very nice people and this is for a great cause, I can't wait. We share a lot of the same influences and I used to work with Billy Ray Cyrus and Dolly Parton on the set of Hanna Montana in L.A . See ya soon, god bless take care. :¬]
For me the best version of this Roy Orbison classic. From the LP JD´s presents Waylon Jennings from 1965.
2:25 Time for our KJUG Classic Cut of The Day. This is pretty Waylon Jennings smoking a cigarette while...
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MOMENT January 28,1985: Supergroup USA for Africa (United Support of Artists for Africa) records the hit single "We Are the World", to help raise funds for Ethiopian famine relief. "We Are The World" was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, and produced by Quincy Jones and Michael Omartian for the album We Are the World. With sales in excess of 20 million copies, it is one of the fewer than 30 all-time singles to have sold 10 million (or more) copies worldwide. LEGACY: ●"We Are the World" has been recognized as a politically important song, which "affected an international focus on Africa that was simply unprecedented". It has been credited with creating a climate in which musicians from around the world felt inclined to follow. ●According to The New York Times' Stephen Holden, since the release of "We Are the World", it has been noted that movement has been made within popular music to create songs that address humanitarian concerns. ●"We Are the World" was also in ...
lol It was just a Waylon Jennings joke. Timely, I know.
If any one performer personified the Outlaw Country movement of the '70s, it was Waylon Jennings. Though he had been a professional musician since the late '50s, it wasn't until the '70s that Waylon, with his imposing baritone and stripped-down, updated honky tonk, became a superstar. Jennings rejec...
What I need to know is Logan County WVa ready for some real Country Music like Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings,...
On This Day In History 1995 - Alan Jackson racked up his 9th with "Gone Country". 1989 - Randy Travis scored another with "Deeper Than The Holler". 1985 - Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers, and Waylon Jennings joined more than 40 other artists to record the benefit song "We Are The World". 1984 - Crystal Gayle had the song in Country music with "The Sound Of Goodbye". 1982 - Jimmy Fortune made his first appearance with the Statler Brothers, taking over for Lew DeWitt, who was forced to retire due to health problems. 1978 - Loretta Lynn spent the first two weeks at with "Out Of My Head And Back In My Bed".
All this traveling I forgot how nice it is to drive thru the country. Radio on listening to Loretta Lynn, George Jones, brenda lee, earl thomas conlee and waylon jennings. Was served a blue plate lunch by 3 blue haired sweet old ladies. I miss the old ways and old days ! Suddenly not missing Jason Aldean and Luke Bryant and other hip hop country fellers!
Waylon Jennings reminding me tonight that I'm a long way from home.
(6) Various Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings LP Records. There's Willie by himself, Waylon by himself, the 2 together and 1 with Willie and Ray Price. Nice vinyl on all of these. 25.00 Cash MPU in Grape Creek.
get you some Merle Haggard & some Hank. Ooo some Waylon Jennings too :p then talk, you still don't like it then there's no hope
"...when you cross that old red river, *** Bob Wells is still the king..."-Waylon Jennings
on this fine sick day I am happy to report that the movie "Ned Kelly" starring *** Jagger with music by Waylon Jennings is on.
The country singer Eric Church might have written a bad song once or twice, but he’s never recorded one. Church arrived in 2006 with a debut album, Sinners Like Me, that was, in a word, sharp: a dozen sharp-witted and sharp-elbowed songs, delivered by Church in his piercing, slightly nasal voice, a sound that comes slicing right at you, like a table saw running through your speaker cabinet. Since then, Church has released a new album roughly every two and a half years, each stronger than the previous, proving himself not just the most consistent male country star of his generation but one of the brightest lights in any genre—right up there with Kanye West, Beyoncé, Vampire Weekend, et al. Church’s new album, The Outsiders, is, in keeping with the pattern, his best yet; it’s also his most blustery, with the guitars and the outlaw swagger turned up, as the poet said, to eleven. It opens with the title track, an absurdly bombastic biker-bar anthem that Church likened, in an interview with the websit ...
Enjoying me a little Waylon Jennings this mornin
Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings join 43 other artists to record "We Are The World" under the name U.S.A. For Africa on this day back in 1985!
Another of my favorite Waylon Jennings songs.
Excited to be at work with a great friend Rick Green on his project of renovating a 1920's era Hotel Alcalde back to it's original splendor! While here in Gonzales, Texas my digs are the 1982 Golden Eagle tour bus that was used by the late, great Waylon Jennings (already renovated thankfully)! Please check out and hopefully LIKE the progress of the renovation at the hotel's FB page.
I'm listening to Good Hearted Woman by Waylon Jennings on Pandora
My cat is sad because he wants to be ready for the country just like Waylon Jennings but has realised that he isn't.
Ranging from Black Eyed Peas, to the Beastie Boys and Waylon Jennings
Waylon Jennings, Buck Owens and K.T. Oslin will be inducted into the Texas Heritage Songwriters Hall of Fame June...
"I may be crazy, but it keeps me from going insane."-Waylon Jennings
This was taken January 1959 before Waylon Jennings gave up seat on Buddy Holly's doomed plane 55 years ago next week: http…
Waylon Jennings turns in his grave whenever Florida Georgia Line comes on the radio.
I've always been crazy but it's kept me from going insane
There is always a different way to do something, and that's your way. . -Waylon Jennings
Ain't No God In Mexico by Waylon Jennings on Waylon! Whew out of adult album ***
The eagles, ccr, waylon Jennings, Dwight Yoakam, and George Jones. All remind me of car trips with my parents as a kid. Goood times.
Waylon Jennings gets me so fired up
Last Call: Today's comic has been met with mixed reactions. I've done my job. Pixar meets Waylon Jennings
I'm gonna start beating both of you up! Did you say who is Waylon Jennings? No clue!
Listening to Waylon Jennings or Jamey Johnson always make me wanna smoke and drink all night. Gotta love the classics
Just watch a animated with Hank Williams Jr. and Waylon Jennings 😳. It was a good movie
Waylon Jennings - Good Hearted Woman Such a great song
All i got to say about music if you play it just keep it real and sorry but i don't believe Taylor Swift is country that's more on the pop side just saying the facts now let's keep country music real the way it use to be like good stuff George Strait, Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Ernest Tubb, Waylon Jennings! People don't forget you'r roots of keeping great real music alive great thing's shouldn't change sure time change's but real music should live on!
This date in 1979, "The Dukes Of Hazzard" debuts on CBS, starring and Waylon Jennings.
I listen to Justin Moore and Luke Bryan but neither one are REAL country. Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, and Waylon Jennings are REAL country!
Billy Joe Shaver defined the Outlaw movement when Waylon Jennings recorded nine of his songs on his first album... Billy Joe is the original Honky Tonk Hero... Order tickets for this great concert at Calico Rock on March 8 on this link:
"She put him out like the burnin' end of a midnight cigarette / She broke his heart, he spent his whole life trying to forget..." a. Rascal Flatts b. Merle Haggard c. Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter d. Brad Paisley and Alison Krause ~onehottmomma~
I know I'm a rock/metal drummer, but I still don't know why people get surprised when I tell them I grew up a country boy; listening to songs like this one, and watching movies like this one... and that I still do... So yes, I like me some George Strait, Clint Black, Garth Brooks, Chris LeDoux, Randy Travis, Alan Jackson, Reba McIntyre, Johnny Cash and June Carter. I like Marty Robins, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, and Waylon Jennings. The only country artists in the current era that I like are Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, and Josh Turner. So yes, I'm a rock/metal drummer that likes country music still. Surprise!
Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers perform "I Can Get Off On You" by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson from their deck in Costa Rica.
How's this for a surreal day? Lunch with an idol & dinner with a legend Jessi Colter. As in Waylon Jennings wife! .
"The Outlaw" rides tonight! This highly authentic Waylon Jennings tribute will be complete with pedal steel guitar and all... tonight. 930. free.
For me, my four would be: George Strait, Garth Brooks, Waylon Jennings, and Randy Rogers. Or The Highwaymen. Not picky.
Ok all you Monkey fans, lets start this Tuesday off with some trivia! Since we have Whey Jennings this Thursday the 16th lets do a little Texas Country trivia. What year was Whey Jennings grandpa Waylon Jennings inducted to The Country Music Hall Of Fame? The winner will receive 2 tix to the show for this Thursday here at GMBG!
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 !
Luke Bryan Jason Aldean Blake Shelton&George Strait are great country singers but they got nothing on Waylon Jennings & Hank Williams Jr!!
.FACTCHECKER!!!.Waylon Jennings gave his seat up to the Big Bopper who was sick with the flu along with Tommy Alsup losing his seat on a coin toss to Richie Valens.
You know we had such a time growing up,we had great shows like the Dukes of Hazzard clean show,fun and alsome acting. James Best ,Sonny Shroyer, Ben Jones, Cathrine Bach, Rick Hurst,Tom Wopat, John Schneider, Denver Pyle , Sorrel Booke, Waylon Jennings, Byron cherry and Christopher Mayer.When I built my general lee car I thought how alsome it would be to meet the actors and got on the net and Ben and Alma made Dukesfest it was so alsome meeting them,and still today get to meet them I want to thank each and everyone of you for giving us a alsome show that still being watched today 35 years later,Gods blessed us for ya'll and a alsome show,so Thank you for a alsome show thank you ben and alma for dukesfest and getting to meet all ya'll.
President Obama and Hillary Clinton most admired man and woman on the gallop poles so there Waylon Jennings...:P..lol
If you claim to be "country" yet don't listen to Hank Williams Sr/Jr, Johnny Cash, or Waylon Jennings, you are not country
First on the list is my good friend and mentor Roger Alan Wade! Roger is a real deal honkytonk hero, and acclaimed songwriter. Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, George Jones - The Possum, Hank Williams Jr, and many others have recorded his songs. Roger has a hit show on SiriusXM Outlaw Country with his cousin Johnny Knoxville. Go visit, and like his page at Official Roger Alan Wade. Make plans to honkytonk with us Memorial Day Weekend!
OUT AND ABOUT: Onstage with session great Kenny Aronoff (Kenny Aronoff Fan Page) @ The Copernicus Center in Chicago before his New Year's Eve show with the BoDeans! Kenny sounds amazing as usual behind his Tama Drums Starclassic Maple kit. He's also using both of his Tama Signature snare drums along with Zildjian Company cymbals and his signature drumsticks by Vic Firth. What a great way to ring in the New Year! About Kenny: Kenny Aronoff grew up Stockbridge, Massachusetts, and originally trained as a classical percussionist before changing his focus to drum kit upon graduating from Indiana University. He is one of the world’s most influential and in-demand drummers. The list of artists he’s worked with reads like a who’s who of the music industry, and includes John Mellencamp, The Smashing Pumpkins, Bob Seger, Melissa Etheridge, Jon Bon Jovi, Elton John, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart, Alanis Morissette, The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Avril Lavigne, John Fogerty, Joe Co ...
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 ...
For the ones who asked me to list my special 10 albums, sorry I don't know how to "tag", but here is my list: 1. Time Out of Mind - Dylan; 2. The Visit - Loreena McKennitt; 3. Passages - Ravi Shankar and Philip Glass; 4. Joan Baez in Concert and 5. Wrecking Ball - Emmylou Harris; 6. The Outlaws - Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson; 7. La Divina - Maria Callas; 8. Tristan and Isolde - Horowitz; 9. Best of Ray Charles - Ray; 10. Best of Dukes of Dixieland - Dukes of Dixieland. (Oh, no! forgot to list Acadie by Daniel Lanois, one of the very special!!)
December 29, 1977 ... * The American Music Award nominations are out ... and four performers are tied for the lead with three nominations each. They are Stevie Wonder, Loretta Lynn, Waylon Jennings and Barry White... * Speaking of awards ... they've got them for just about everything these days ... even bad commercials. The San Francisco Examiner gives its nod for "Worst TV Commercials" to ... quite a few, actually ... including Pepto-Bismol's acid-indigestion sufferers which the paper calls "disgustingly distorted" ... those Charmin bathroom tissue commercials with Mr. Whipple ... and the "ring around the collar" ads for Wisk laundry detergent. One reader wanted to know why the guy couldn't just wash his neck... * In college basketball ... VCU wins Richmond's Coliseum Invitational with an 86 - 71 victory over East Tennessee State... * Aliens at the movies in "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" with Richard Dreyfuss at Ridge Cinema ... comedy with Richard Dreyfuss again and Marsha Mason in "The Goodbye G ...
"She'd Rather Be Homeless" written by Shel Silverstein and Ann Dailey. Recorded by Bobby Bare and the Old Dogs (Mel Tillis, Waylon Jennings, Bobby Bare and J...
Today, we celebrate a real renaissance man in rock music history, Lenny Kaye. Kaye, first and foremost, was the lead guitarist in The Patti Smith Group, producing her earliest work and playing with her throughout the ‘70s, and then rejoining her in the mid-‘90s. He also played in other bands, including the Jim Carroll Band. Before his professional rocking days, he was a music critic and magazine editor, publishing some of Stephen King’s first work. He later put together the historic double album compilation Nuggets, spurring the first garage rock revival. He is also an accomplished historian and author, writing books about everything from Waylon Jennings to ‘20s and ‘30s crooners. In honor of this fascinating career, please grab your iPod or MP3 player, hit shuffle and share the first 10 songs that come up. 1. The Who – Squeeze Box (The Who By Numbers): This novelty song was the only hit single from this underrated mid-‘70s Who album, but I remember it best for its inclusion in an episode ...
Waylon Jennings and Buddy Holly in a photo-booth in Grand Central Station, 1959. (wikipedia.)
If you like Jason Eady, Ryan Bingham, Waylon Jennings, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Randy Rogers, and Hayes Carll then you had better get to Scipio next Saturday the 28th around 9. Schuyler Prenger and the Dirt Road Junkies will be on stage. Doing some awesome covers and many of their own originals. 7 bucks at the door see you there!
Duets with Waylon Jennings and June Carter Cash highlight Johnny Cash's lost '80s album Out Among the Stars.
"Garth Brooks did for country music what pantyhose did for finger f**ckin'" I'm pretty sure Waylon Jennings said that.
Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings, June Carter-Cash, Jessi Colter, John Carter-Cash, and more! This is the concert that inspire...
BIOGRAPHY More than 35 years ago, George Jones recorded “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes,” a song that wondered aloud whether newcomers would come along that could possibly walk in the footsteps of the progenitors and giants of country music. All this time later, it’s not a question we’ve had to seriously consider: Jones himself is still around to step into those shoes of sublimity. They just happen to be exactly his size. A jury of his peers has found him guilty… of unparalleled vocal superiority. Consider some of these endorsements from fellow music legends: Frank Sinatra famously (and coyly) referred to Jones as “the second greatest singer in America.” Garth Brooks summed up the consensus view when he called him “the greatest voice ever to sing country music.” Waylon Jennings expressed a common jealousy when he said, "If we all could sound the way we wanted, we'd all sound like George Jones." Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones put things in more honorific terms: "George Jones is a na ...
COUNTRY LEGEND Ray Price PASSES AT 87 Country Music Hall of Famer Noble Ray Price, who pioneered a shuffling, rhythmic, honky-tonk sound that has had an impact on country music since the mid-1950s, died Sunday, Dec. 15 at age 87, of complications from pancreatic cancer, at his home in Mt. Pleasant, Texas. Through hits including “Crazy Arms,” “City Lights,” “My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You” and many others, Mr. Price’s full, round voice became one of country’s most beloved and instantly identifiable instruments. His expansive musicality allowed him a 65-year career that changed country music and inspired artists including Willie Nelson, George Jones, Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings. He developed his signature shuffle in 1956, added elegant orchestration in the 1960s and toured throughout the remainder of his career with bands capable of delivering edgy, early-career sounds and sophisticated 1970s hits including the Grammy-winning “For the Good Times.” “He’s our chief,” country ...
Really digging "So You Wanna Be a Cowboy Singer" by Tony Joe White and Waylon Jennings. How've I never hear this track before?
Ernest Tubb & Waylon Jennings on vinyl ... they can't be beat!
how did they even make that connection? That's like "you listened to Waylon Jennings, now listen to Justin Beiber"
"If we could all sound like we wanted we'd all sound like George Jones" - Waylon Jennings
Rare Images of Buddy Holly with Waylon Jennings in Grand Central NYC days before his death
Buddy Holly and Waylon Jennings in NYC photo booth, 1959.
Just learned that Waylon Jennings played with Buddy Holly. Gave up his seat on the plane (that crashed) to the Big Bopper. Wow!
Just sitting here thinking watching it snow and being thankful for my son Travis who went to store for me. Wed nt I went out for a benefit for a "Outlaw Country" singer who was murdered in Nashville and the benefit along with a lot of others across the U.S.A. Is for the family of Wayne Mills. The benefit here was put on by one of the BEST today doing Outlaw Country Dallas Moore and his wife Jenna Danielle Moore. along with The Dallas Moore Band was Pure Grain, Jim Burns Band, Billie Gant, Taylor Shannon, Jason Richie, and the grandson of Waylon Jennings...Whey Jennings. Cincinnati has good music. I am thankful for Dallas and the rest...since I don't play instrument and you don't want me singing I get to sit back and listen. Tommorow I get to listen to some more "Outlaw Country" at the VFW in HArrison Ohio when Dallas Moore Band takes stage.
Here is the info for Jan. 4th. Phoenix Hill Tavern show Shooter Jennings and Alias Nation show will be announced today. Info will be announced today and info can be found on their site. Shooter Jennings will be bringing along the original Waylon Jennings band for this show. Tickets will be $20 ahead of time or $25 the day of the show. Tickets can be ordered online at the site or at the show at the box office. If you are not wanting to go to the concert regular general admission will still be in play to hit all other area's of the club. More info to follow.
December 5th: On this Day in Music History! 1899: Born on this day, Sonny boy Williamson, Blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. Van Morrison, The Who, The Animals, Yardbirds and Moody Blues all covered his songs. He died on 25th May 1965. 1932: Born on this day, Richard Wayne Penniman, known by his stage name is an American recording artist, songwriter, and musician. He has been an influential figure in popular music and culture for over six decades. His dynamic music and charismatic showmanship laid the foundation for rock and roll and formation of other popular music genres, including soul and funk to rap. 1938: Born on this day, John Weldon Cale known as JJ Cale, was an American singer-songwriter and musician who was one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound, a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz influences. Songs written by Cale have been covered by other musicians "After Midnight & Cocaine" by Eric Clapton, Phish and Jerry Garcia, "Clyde" by Waylon Jennings and Dr. ** ...
Shooter Jennings Official and Waymore's Outlaws THU JAN 9 AT Ziggy's! Waymore’s Outlaws consists of former members of Waylon Jennings recording and touring band, The Waylors, featuring Richie Albright, Waylon’s original drummer, bassman Jerry “Jigger” Bridges, and pedal steel guitarist Fred Newell. Lead guitarist and singer Tommy Townsend adds to their mix of Outlaw music. Waymore’s Outlaws are keeping the spirit of Waylon and his music alive today.
So sick of seeing Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, and the Florida Georgia Line on peoples statuses while they quote lyrics or claiming that's the best country music!!! But then again I guess im not surprised considering whose status they are! You want country try Eric Church, David Allan Coe, Shooter Jennings, Waylon Jennings, Robert Earl King...that's real country!
Two of my all time heroes in one photo. Jerry Reed and Waylon Jennings. How cool is that?
It's probably been stated before, but Jamey Johnson's music really reminds me of Waylon Jennings. And I mean that as a compliment.
If you can find a better group of singers with better songs than Jamey Johnson, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson I'd l…
I you don't like Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, and Waylon Jennings don't talk to me
If you've every read my work, you undoubtedly know how much music means to me and how heavily it influences my writing. Here's a cool musical references to my work: The Last in Line- DIO and all my '80's metal favs. (unpublished.) Cutting Class- A little bit of RUSH with some Queensryche thrown in. Excitable Boy- Warren Zevon Pickin' & Grinin'- Elvis, Charley Pride, Waylon Jennings. The Unfortunate Case of Carleton Meeks- Iron Maiden, Manowar, King Diamond. Spencer Weaver gets Rebooted- RUSH (Signals) Tones of Home- The Beatles. The Lakeside Park Incident- (early) RUSH and some Bing Crosby mixed in. Going Back to Houston- ZZ Top and Dean Martin.Allman Brothers The Night Eaters(WIP)- RUSH, Van Morrison, The Doors, Alice Cooper, Anthrax, Iron Maiden, DIO, Metal Church. Rob Zombie. Just to name a few. Yeah, music and words mean the world to me. And, I'm the lucky guy who gets to enjoy both on a daily basis. I just thought I'd share this thought with y'all. Back to your regularly scheduled programing.
What up Outlaws!!! Coming up at 8pm (CST) tonight...it's BLADERUNNER AND THE OUTLAW SHOW. On the show tonight, one of our very favorite Waylon Jennings tracks kicking the show off, a Waylon Willie duet, Hank Williams III covering Merle Haggard, a cool *** David Allan Coe track that was released initially as a demo, our OUTLAW INTERROGATION with The Charlie Daniels Band, some Dwight Yoakam...and we'll head out to the Choke and Puke with our live Outlaw finally with Hank Williams Jr. in concert! Please share with your friends and let them know there is a place for REAL Outlaw Country!!! www.bladerunnerradio.com
Just looking back at my life...Im board. ..Man this was one *** of a show. Im glad I was able to go. Metallica, Soundgarden, Cocteau Twins, Waylon Jennings, Cheap Trick, Violent Femmes, The Tea Party, Wu Tang Clan, Rage Against The Machine, Steve Earle, Devo, The Ramones, Rancid, Shaolin Monks, Screaming Trees, Psychotica
Don't know how I can get a number, so I'll assign my own things people may not know about me. 1. My middle name is Lynn. 2. I have 2 sisters with the same middle name, Donna & Barbara, but Barbara Lynn pasted away at a year old and I never got to meet her. 3. If I was a boy my name was going to be James after James Brown. 4. I waited on Buzz Aldrin, Bruce Jenner, Johnny Cash and the last two original Tempations David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks when I worked for Hilton hotels in Jersey and LI. 5. I was married once before at 18 and walk down the aisle a month before I graduated high school, so I was really Carol Lynn Darlington Gambel when I excepted my diploma. ( wasn't pg ) 6. I owned my first house at 18. 7. My first big concert was in 1978 at Giant stadium in 100 degree weather to see Grateful Dead & Willie Nelson perform. Waylon Jennings was suppose to play also but cancelled at the last minute! ! Thanks Waylon! :- ( Thank God they sprayed us with hoses :- ) 8. I was picked to be in a Raiders of th .. ...
Mack Vickery penned such hits as "The Fireman" (for George Strait), "Rockin' My Life Away" (Jerry Lee Lewis) and "The Jamestown Ferry" (Tanya Tucker). Vickery was born June 8, 1938, in Town Creek, Ala. His first recordings were for Sun Records in 1957, but they were not released until years later. Faron Young launched Vickery's career as a songwriter when he took "She Went a Little Bit Farther" to No. 14 in 1968. Recording under the name Atlanta James for MCA Records, Vickery made his own chart debut in 1974 with "That Kind of Fool." His next and final two chart singles, "Ishabilly" and "Here's to the Horses," came in 1977 on the Playboy label. Among other hits Vickery wrote or co-wrote are "Cedartown, Georgia" (Waylon Jennings), "Jones on the Jukebox" (Becky Hobbs), "Let's Get Over Them Together" (Moe Bandy and Becky Hobbs), "Right in the Wrong Direction" (Vern Gosdin), "Tokyo, Oklahoma" and "Let Somebody Else Drive" (John Anderson) and "Who'll Turn Out the Lights" (Mel Street, Ronnie McDowell). In 2002 ...
Well I got 15. 1. My favorite superhero is superman. 2. Iam a poet and a bit of a romantic though I've never had a serious relationship. 3. My dream woman is someone who is smart, funny and mature. Someone who I know I could trust. 4. I was extremely close to my Papaw Chuck. He was my best friend and now my guardian angel. 5. My closest friend is Jared Lyons who is like a brother to me. 6. My favorite country singers include George Strait, Eric Church, and Waylon Jennings. My favorite rock singer is Corey Taylor and I can't stand Kanye West or rap at all. 7. Iam a sucker for any beautiful eyes. 8. Iam a movie freak. I know almost everything about most films. 9. I would like to have kids one day. I would like my first sons name to be Tristan Charles Hughes. 10. Iam open to most new things and points of views and im easy to get along with. 11. I consider Michael Stacey, Tina Stacey, Rambo Stacey, and Jess Stacey to be my second family. I love you guys to death! 12. I love Arnold Schwarzenegger movies even i ...
1. I long for God to bless us with a child every day, it's hard cuz steph has PCOS, but it's all in his timing. 2. My dad is 64, mom 62, brother 40, sister 36. All my cousins are the same age as my siblings and I'm around the same age as my 2nd cousins . 3. I'm double-jointed and can break out of hand cuffs. 4. Fav color is dark purple. 5. My friends in high school all agreed I had the widest array of music. My iPod would play al green to Frank Sinatra to Waylon Jennings to tupac to korn to modern country, rap and pop and every variety of rock. There was a reason I have a 160 gig iPod. If I could I would love to get paid to listen to music and discover new songs and artists. My life is an endless playlist . 6. I love watching car shows like fast n loud although I know nothing about cars. 7. I'm annoyed by sports fans who don't even know what division or conference their favorite team is in. Let alone the teams record or their last championship. 8. I wish every day I could have a combination if James earl ...
Ok trying to stay hip so.I got 8 1. I am a drummer 2. I know a lot about butter 3. I have had a job in the following fields: Radio, Hotel Management, Wireless sales and customer service, cable TV, RV sales, working with coal, Telemarketing, Non-profit fundraising, Website development and sales. 4. My favorite shows are Chicago Fire and Master Chef 5. My favorite movie is The Green Mile. 6. I have two teenage daughters 7. My wife makes the best potato soup on the planet! 8. I have met Naomi Judd, Waylon Jennings, Matthew West, Chuck Woolery
listen to laid back country picker by Waylon Jennings and hit me back
Waylon Jennings gave up his seat on that plane to the Big Bopper.
Waylon Jennings - singer of sad songs. studios Hollywood 1970.
My iPod shuffle went from Waylon Jennings to Ice Cube I guess you can say its an Outlaw Gangsta playlist
Playing SS for Tampa Bay Rays at UNC. Great experience and fun.
I've always wished my name was Amanda so I could say that Waylon Jennings sang a song about me 🎶
Only on my phone will you go from David banner to Waylon Jennings.
Love the track. And Can't argue with that. .
One thing is for sure, Ray is in the league/class of the likes of Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard & Johnny Paycheck!
I'll turn up on juicy j and Waylon Jennings in the same hour.
I've had this on repeat the past week-> Waylon Jennings - Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
Waylon Jennings' grandson Struggle Jennings fools jail into letting him shoot music video! http…
Chris Hanson is spinning 'Omaha' by Waylon Jennings in the Country JAMS (Active Mod):
some Waylon Jennings and busch light will do a guys health some good
I hate when ppl act like they're true country music fans but they don't have any idea who George Strait, John Denver & Waylon Jennings are😠🙅
I've never listened to a lot of niel young, but what I have heard I liked. But nobody beats Waylon Jennings or Hank Jr
I added a video to a playlist STRUGGLE - BLACK CURTAINS (Ft. WAYLON JENNINGS and Jessi Colter)
Wow! I just won this for free, Ultimate Waylon Jennings CD
Guys! Im tonight if you live close by. We will be doing awesome nuggets like this Waylon Jennings hit
Just got a follow from Waylon Jennings grandson Struggle Jennings
awe thanks! I know she does look so grown up in this picture... Of course you know she is going on 16!!
Crackin Waylon Jennings and standing around doin nothing at work 👍
Wow.she just cannot be this old. She is so beautiful like her Mom and big sister. Love the picture!
New Releases Today! Waylon Jennings, Syl Johnson, Sam Langhorne" -pick up a copy at your local store
Older chick alert! I have 2downloads,Luckenbach Texas by Waylon Jennings and Demons ,Will Champlin!
Blue Sky Classic Rock now playing Just To Satisfy You by John Hiatt with Waylon Jennings
~☮ "Chevy Van" is a 1973 song written and sung by Sammy Johns. The song was a hit single in the United States and Canada in 1975, reaching on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and becoming a million seller. It was played primarily on AM Top40 stations in the 70s; later re-recording were done in a country vein. It details how an unnamed male driver picks up an unnamed female, who then proceeds to eventually seduce him into a one-night stand in the back of his Chevrolet Van. At the end he drops her off "in a town that was so small, you could throw a rock from end to end. A dirt road mainstreet, she walked off in bare feet", and laments "It's a shame I won't be passing through again." The song struck a chord with listeners in the sexually liberated early 1970s when Johns released it. In more recent years, country artists Eric Church, Waylon Jennings and Sammy Kershaw and rock artists Joe Pernice and Fu Manchu have each released covers of the song. The original 1973 version was also featured in the 1977 film The ...
Just watched part of the CMA's and every time I see Luke Bryan or Florida Georgia Line, a vision of Hank Jr, Waylon Jennings, and Johnny Cash beating the holy *** out of them jumps in my head.
Call me an old fart... but I'm happy today doing housework to Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson :)
I only rock with Charlie Daniels Charlie Pride and Waylon Jennings. You know. Them singers that keep it real
Laundry - Listening to When women were drummers by Layne Redmond. Music was Haerts, my friend Ken Morris, Charles Daniels Band, Judy Collins, Sara Evans, Samuel Larsen - his version of Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home is better than Drake's and I love his new songs. Anyway, also listened to Lady Gaga, Roy Orbison, Carly Simon, Waylon Jennings, and Glee's tracks of Demi Lovato and Adam Lambert tunes.
My favorite Waylon concert. I do not own the copyright of this recording. It has been uploaded for the benefit of Waylon Jennings fans old, new, and to come.
Apparently this week I'm finding either memoirs or documentaries that keep showing me that I was born in the wrong musical era. R.I. P Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Johnny Cash, and Waylon Jennings
, announces new label, - Releases from Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, coming
Dennis Gage - My Classic Car Visit Dennis Gage's Website Dennis Gage - British Car Week Dennis grew up on a small family farm in northwestern Illinois. He started tinkering with cars early on and purchased his first, a '59 T-Bird, at age 15. He also played guitar and trumpet in a variety of rock, folk, and school bands. Upon graduation from high school, he went to North Central College in Naperville, Illinois where he majored in both chemistry and physics. His undergraduate research in quantum physics received an American Chemical Society award. He continued his automotive interest and, through the course of his college years, owned a number of muscle and sports cars. He also kept up his music, playing in local coffee houses. After receiving his degree, Dennis took up the pedal steel guitar and started playing in country-rock bands in the Chicago area. He has opened for acts such Charlie Daniels, Waylon Jennings and Dr. Hook. However, after two years, Dennis decided to retire from the music scene and go t ...
Shooter Jennings - It Ain't Easy (Much Luv 2 Shooter and the l8 gr8 Waylon Jennings) It Ain't Easy..but ill be alrite
What happened to idolizing guys like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, George Jones, and Hank Williams?
Whats the deal with that guy Buck on Lone star legend ? Weirdo looks like the lead singer from Poison and Waylon Jennings had a baby together.very bleached blond hair,jet black beard,tight *** skinny jeans.running around chasing animals. Creep! Lol.
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Ok, got home from Covered Bridge Festival about 4:30pm. Had a great weekend with my dad and Jan, Uncle John and Aunt Namoi and what a beautiful weekend for camping. Money was tight so spent most of our time at the campground, but loved the time off work and a little much needed R&R time. It has been a busy last 2.5 months for me. Love my Boo, but loved the time this weekend just enjoying the beautiful weather and some great music. Thank you David Allen Coe, Johnny Cash and a little Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. :) I even enjoyed dancing with my self :p
TV Show theme songs I loved and still have not forgotten... Magnum P.I., that guitar riff was just exciting! The A Team, tough and military. The Dukes of Hazzard, I mean, it's Waylon Jennings. Greatest American Hero, made me feel like I could fly. Cheers, had to sing that song in seventh grade chorus. The Love Boat, because I felt like a ship's lounge singer singing along. Little House on the Prairie, it felt safe and like home. Give Me a Break, lol, I just loved it~ Bosom Buddies, they used Billy Joel Family Ties, What would we do baby, without us? Shananana...
Lessons learned from today's half. 1) listen to your wife 2) You CAN run to Waylon Jennings. 3) when the 80 year lady with large cataract glasses passes you at mp 4 hold your ground you'll catch her at mp 8...calling you out/blowin you up on FB toots!!! Skip the Saturday "jag" matathons next time sweat heart... 4) planning a half when sam Adams releases their "fall collection" has consequences 5) I feel the same way about the people at MP 9 handing out skittles as Tom hanks did about the P51's in "private ryan" angels in the sky! Congrats Angie, Lynne, Fran, Katie and Darlene !
Things to know about Kimmie Rhodes whom I am interviewing in a couple of hours. Kimmie Rhodes' Kimmie’s multi-platinum songs have been recorded by artists such as, Willie Nelson, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, Amy Grant, CeCe Winans, Joe Ely, Waylon Jennings, Peter Frampton, Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris. Kimmie, a native of Texas, who splits her time between her homes in Austin, Texas and France, is also an outstanding singer and musician. She has authored a book and written and produced three musicals. Kimmie hosts Radio dreams on Sunday evenings and her guests include some of the most well-known and loved people from Country Music. Her show is broadcast on KOKE FM 98.5 or 99.3 FM if you live in Texas or you can listen to it streaming on kokefm.com Sunday evenings from 8 - 10 pm Eastern Time or 5 - 7 pm if you live on the west coast.
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 ...
September 25, 1930: Shel Silverstein is most remembered for his children's books, but he also worked as a cartoonist for Playboy and wrote songs for stars like Loretta Lynn and Waylon Jennings. His biggest hit is probably the Johnny Cash song, A Boy Named Sue. Silverstein was born in Chicago, 83 years ago today.
Fell asleep listening to music. Woke myself up when I dreamed I was at Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson concert and I starting cheering ha!
Luvin some country music right now.Gretchen Wilson, Jamey Johnson,.now it's on to my first love Waylon Jennings!! Feeling happy, relaxed & content! Yeah, I'm lucky & grateful!!
is on fire today with Waylon Jennings then my favorite Tracy Lawrence song. Made the ride to work enjoyable
Luke Bryan,Kenny chesney,Blake Shelton.. or George straight, Garth Brooks, Allen Jackson.. or Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson,,Johnny paycheck?? Wich group of artists would you rather listen to the first,second or third?
For most of my life I've been on the move. I'd love to consider myself a rover in the vein of an Aphra Behn character, but the truth is I'm probably more in line with a Waylon Jennings rambler: weary, a little lost, a little lonesome, all in service of chasing a dream. I once thought that I would always want it to be this way--suitcase against my leg, notebook under my arm, six-string on my back. But tonight, as I look out my window and admire the Virginia mountains I so missed living in the flat Florida swamps, I'm starting to think that maybe there's no shame in growing some roots. Maybe I do want a home in the most literal sense of the word. Maybe I do want friends I can talk to without thoughts of my imminent departure hanging around my neck. Maybe I do want somewhere where I can dream of a family. I want these things, yet I have three suitcases in my living room packed with everything necessary for a year in Nottingham, England. Everything I'm worth, meticulously ironed and organized into per ...
Waylon Jennings, who was a guitar player in Buddy Holly’s backup band, gave up his seat on the ill fated February flight to …
Whenever Good Ol' Boys by Waylon Jennings comes on, I feel like I'm driving the General Lee.
You don't have to call me Waylon Jennings, . AND YOU DONT HAVE TO CALL ME Charlie Pride
In the Waylon Jennings biopic, the legendary country star is portrayed by no fewer than forty-seven
My review of the Waylon Jennings movie "Outlaw Country" is live on This needs to exist.
I just played Goin' Down Rockin' by Waylon Jennings on at American Legion Post 364 Carrier Mills
Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr. Will forever be the greatest artist to walk the earth
Waylon Jennings was almost on the flight that killed Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper. Wow, my mind is blown
you already know ! Waylon Jennings Hank Williams Jr. Oh and do you know El Paso by Martin Robbins
8/29/76: Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter and Tompall Glaser perform an "Outlaws" concert at the historic Hollywood Bowl in LA.
Johnny and June Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, and so many others in this movie I'm watching!!
Waylon Jennings n Jessi Colter u never can tell
The real country singers are the old guys like Bocephus, Waylon Jennings,Willie Nelson, Clint Black, Jamey Johnson and those othet guys
Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, June Carter, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis all on one tour would've been amazing
Not hatin on country music artists of today's time but *** they aint got nothin on Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Charlie Pride, and Hank Jr
LOL just bustin. Some of mainstream country is ridiculous. Go get some George Jones, Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings.
Would you please play some Waylon Jennings or Johnny Horton? Thanks.
I favorited a video Waylon Jennings - Bob Wills is Still the King (Studio Version)
If you call yourself a Waylon Jennings fan and don't come out to Billy Joe Shaver Aug 20 your full of it
The only country super group to ever exist (The Highwaymen: Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Kris...
old crow medicine show, Hank Williams not the 3rd, Haggard, George Straight, Waylon Jennings, and uhh Taylor Swift.
The State Fair has an awesome Huell Howser exhibit! Here is Huell and Waylon Jennings.
This is the most excited about football season that I've been since I saw Coach O buying wasp repellant and The Best of Waylon Jennings
Waylon Jennings "good ol boys" is not only the dukes of hazzard theme but prolly the cabins theme song as well.. wo
Looks like a Waylon Jennings kindaa evening.
as I can remember, Waylon Jennings-Ramblin Man. My grandpa would play air guitar and sing it, too! He still does :)
Honesty is something you can't wear out. -Waylon Jennings
"Women been my trouble since I found out they weren't men" - Waylon Jennings
I just used to tag Never Could Toe The Mark by
Listening to Waylon Jennings, cruising backroads in the badlands. Is this really my job?
I sure wish we still had Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. True icons
Takin us to the hot cactus like places Waylon Jennings "The Taker/Tulsa'
With tear drops and laughter we will pass through this world hand in hand 🎶 . - waylon jennings
Country outlaw Waylon Jennings sings "Good Hearted Woman" and "Wild Side of Life" in this 1983 concert in Albany.
Chances are if you listen to Hank Jr, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, and Jamey Johnson I already love you.😍
There are few men more legendary than the one and only Waylon Jennings.
Is it weird that I listen to Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, George Jones and Charley Pride on the daily...
Hmm I have to go with Amanda, Waylon Jennings.
It's been a Waylon Jennings kind of morning.
I want to hear so Waylon Jennings's
If you don't have one Hank Jr., Waylon Jennings, or Merle Haggard song in your country playlist...then it is not a country playlist
Waylon Jennings singing the theme to gimme a break as a dirge with an humorous video of Kermit the frog working as a hustler in 70's Dallas.
Who's this? the young lady asked. Waylon Jennings. Huh, he's good. there's a group called Wailin Jennys - do you think they've heard of him?
*** Waylon Jennings knows how to make country music
good morning how about playing Waylon Jennings "The Dukes of Hazzard" theme ? thanks ralph cox and shilo
On that god *** Waylon Jennings flow. Dudes killing it for days!
Now playing Waylon Jennings - She Was No Good for Me on Country Power Station
Waylon Jennings finally appears on camera.
Ive said it once and ill say it again. Willie Nelson. Waylon Jennings. Johnny Cash the only country I can stand.
Mr. Waylon Jennings can sing all night
This has been Waylon Jennings, Austin City Limits, 1989. Thank you, good day.
I keep finding old original copies of songs written by one of my dad's best friends. Waylon Jennings played this one
Spend the day shooting, bought a Waylon Jennings album, now it's time to eat and then hit the gym. Probably the best day of my summer break.
Waylon Jennings Mamas Don`t Let Your Babies Grow up to be Cowboys
I swear, there is no music that will ever compare to old country! Hank, David Allen Coe, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, etc 🎶
Waylon Jennings pandora is on point right now
I'm listening to The Conversation by Waylon Jennings on Pandora
already looking into it...10/20 Charleston music festival ZBB plays along with others. What cha think?
Yep awesome night. We need to find another concert. Don't want to wait another year.
"Day that I Die"comes on and it takes me back to ZBB
.on the rigors of touring, admiring Waylon Jennings, and making the next record REALLY count.
Bass Drum of Death Discuss Dark New Album, the Rigors of Road and the Influence of Nirvana and Waylon Jennings
Feeling old today so I looked at this pic w Jessie Colter (widow of Waylon Jennings) who's 70 & looks great!
Don't know how anyone survives morning without a lil waylon jennings
This is how Waylon Jennings spent his weekend. How did you spend yours?
Might be better than Waylon Jennings singing it to you!
absolutely. Completely rebalanced his portfolio in a bar.
In 1967 Waylon Jennings turned my ear. from guitar band R & R to country music. I never looked back. But I still love The Ventures
Waylon Jennings had an INSANELY deep voice. it happens.
The neighborhood drunk told me I looked like a young Waylon Jennings. Guys, don't ruin this for me.
Heard this hour... Gene Autry, Eric Weissberg, Quincy Jones, Waylon Jennings and Ennio Morricone. Hear more at
Listen now! Roger Miller, Guy Tortora, Even Dozen Jug Band, Waylon Jennings and more- show/139!
Eric Lee Beddingfield Bio for Debut CD He’s a poet, a wordsmith, an image weaver with a voice that makes Waylon Jennings, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Led Zeppelin fans sit up and listen. Eric Lee Beddingfield is a small-town, flat-bed truck loaded to capacity with stories of everyday life. His haunting melodies and driving rhythms sizzle like rubber tires on hot, Georgia asphalt. If the way I live is gonna be the death of meBetter get my kicks while I can still breatheIf you want to have a good time baby, I’m the oneIf you want to raise *** *** I’ll show you how it’s done (talents of this Southern boy are undeniable. But his music would never have reached the county line - much less Music City - if his 6’3”, linebacker frame had not been stopped at the line of scrimmage. In the time it takes to sack a quarterback, Beddingfield’s gridiron days were snatched away. During spring training a disc slipped in his neck. Without warning Eric’s eyesight vanished and all movement in his right s ...
Tonight at Check Inn 99 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm! I'll be playing my favourite collection of classic and new American and Aussie country from artists such as Johnny Cash, Tom Paxton, Bob Dylan, Waylon Jennings, John Denver, Slim Dusty, Tex Morton, Troy Cassar Daley, Toby Keith and Brad Paisley.
Watching a commercial on Country Western hits from the 50s and 60s. Waylon Jennings,George Jones,Feeling Husky,Patsy Kline,Marty Robins,my FAV. Johnny Cash Elvis, Roger Miller Glen Campbell. Ernie Ford. and many more. man so many memories of my childhood come rushing back. talk about your life flashing before you!
Waylon Jennings played bass guitar 4 Buddy Holly and gave up his seat on the Day the Music died to the Big Bopper.
So far today I have listened to 2 sermons, operation ivy, Waylon Jennings, NIN and oingo Boingo. I am a contradiction of some kind. Next up Transplants.
Waylon Jennings & Kris Kristofferson. There'll never be enough praise to do them justice
Robert Hadlock on channel 36 news just reported that Kris Kristofferson and Waylon Jennings were playing with Willie Nelson at his annual 4th of July concert. That is pretty amazing since Waylon has been dead for 11 years. SMH
"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)
July 4, 1973…At Hurlbut Ranch in Dripping Springs, Texas, Willie Nelson held his first Fourth of July Picnic, with performances by Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Doug Sahm, John Prine, and Tom T. Hall.
Herbert Foster I shared this with The Qounset Hut page this am along with some of the words to the song of losing a friend posted on my page. The Owner of this studio in Nashville has responded to my reques I would like to Thank Owen Bradley and the other owners for taking the time and effort to help us remember Sammy and his music and to honor Sammy by including Sam on his site so he can mingle with the likes of Patsy Cline, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, and many other stars that have recorded in this studio since the fifties and and on up to today even. I will let you all know when Mr Bradley has contacted me AGAIN and when this may be completed. Enjoy the real stars in heaven Sammy and you will join them soon on earth as well.
I just played Highwayman (Feat. Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash And Kris Kristofferson) by Willie Nelson on at Buffalo Bros.
Friend sent me a Waylon Jennings record and threw in a Cattle Decapitation 7". Like you do.
Playing for the Friday night dance this year is: THE MILLTOWN ROAD SHOW Jack D. Jolie – started playing guitar when he was 8 years old. He lived on Music Row in Nashville in the mid-seventies writing country music and recording with his father. In 1976, Jack found his mountain soul in Bluegrass music. It was at many festivals in the Northeast that he began to hone his bluegrass guitar skills. He played in several local Bluegrass bands opening for the likes of Bill Monroe, The Seldom Scene and The Johnson Mountain Boys. Jack joined the Connecticut based bluegrass band "Grass Routes" in 1998 and stayed 12 years recording two band CD projects. He continues to delight young and old alike with his extensive vocal repertoire, strong driving rhythm and dazzling acoustic flat picking! Jack has a wide range of musical heroes and influences including Waylon Jennings, Tony Rice, Charles Sawtelle, Jimi Hendrix and others. Terry Swett - a native of North Norway, spent the first few years of his young adulthood devel ...
“Mojo Bones” John Hathaway: Guitar & Vocals With 45 years experience on guitar John Hathaway has played many different styles of music. His earliest influences were artists such as Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole. Later exposure to BB King, Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, Freddie King and other blues greats was followed by a lifelong study of jazz artists such as Jango Reinhart, Charles Mingus, John Coltrane and Miles Davis. John Hathaway has played rock and roll, oldies, and blues styles with many Tri-State regional bands as well as toured with Elvis impersonator Jim LeBouef and The Kingsmen as lead guitarist. Rob Jarrell: Bass & Vocals Rob Jarrell has been playing electric guitar bass guitar for nearly 25 years in various bands throughout the Tri-State including Dirt Cheap, The Southside Band, The Bootleggers, Vintage Brew, Two River Junction, Bunkhammer and John Hathaway and Mojo Bones. He is influenced by the music of van Halen, The Black Crows, Waylon Jennings, Albert King and Pyotr . ...
2001, American guitarist and producer Chet Atkins died in Nashville aged 77. Recorded over 100 albums during his career, produced records for Perry Como, Elvis Presley, Don Gibson, Jim Reeves and Waylon Jennings. Was a major influence on George Harrison and Mark Knopfler.
Empty house 10 o'clock kitchen cleaning Shiner drinking play list: Wall of Vodoo, Waylon Jennings, Pat Benatar, Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Rufus Wainwright Gordon Lightfoot, Beastie Boys. I don't get it either. My music is like my politics: give me an issue, I'll tell you how I feel about it. Name a song, I'll tell you how I feel about it. P.S. Who knew Big Head Todd did a nice cover of Everday People?
Classic Country morning on 580 WACQ and FM 101.1 today ... Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Jim Reeves, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams Jr., Waylon Jennings, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, and many more ... spinning the classics with Scott Adcock and Fred Randall Hughey.
I liked a video Hank Williams Jr. Live acoustic tribute to Johhmy Cash and Waylon Jennings
Bob McDill singer, songwriter born Robert Lee McDill on April 5, 1944, in Beaumont, Texas. Inducted into the Nashville Songwriter's Hall of Fame in 1985. Bob's first hit song "Happy Man" was recorded by Perry Como in 1967. He moved to Nashville in 1970, and his first country hit "Catfish John," was recorded by Johnny Russell three years later in 1973. That same year Bob had major hits with "Amanda," recorded by Don Williams, and six years later by Waylon Jennings, and "Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer" with co-writers Wayland Holyfield and Chuck Neese, and recorded by Johnny Russell. A brief sampling of some of Bob's other hit songs would include: Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On; Song of the South; Louisiana Saturday Night; She Don't Know She's Beautiful (co-writer Paul Harrison); Gone Country; Don't Close Your Eyes; The Door is Always Open (co-writer Dickey Lee); You Never Miss a Real Good Thing; The Closest Thing to You; I've Never Seen the Likes of You; Nobody Likes Sad Songs; Come Early Moring; ...
40 years of "Honky Tonk Heroes", Billy Joe Shaver's songs immortalised by the greatest country singer, Waylon Jennings. Playing it right now
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