Willie Nelson & Hank Williams
Willie Hugh Nelson (born April 30, 1933) is an American Country Music singer-songwriter, as well as an author, poet, actor, and activist. 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. /5
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See the thing is, he's not really a redneck. If this was like Hank Williams or Willie Nelson then I'd say yea
Without BB King, we wouldn't have that sign...or Elvis, James Brown, Hank Williams, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson.
Johnny Cash, John Denver, Willie Nelson, Hank Williams, Hank Williams Jr, some of the best old time country singers ever.
Hank Williams, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson...what an honor. I could go on all night. Thank you http:…
Celebrating 50 Years of Willie Nelson at the Grand Ole Opry: When Did Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline and More Debut - htt
2015 Calendars for sale - Designed by ME! Featuring 12 drawings of Country Music Legends including Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Kitty Wells, Hank Williams and more! If you're in the Presteigne vicinity you can pick one up at the discount price of £10 from Courtyard Antiques in Presteigne High Street. Otherwise you can click the link below and order one from Etsy. I will also have them with me at gigs over the next few months too. What a lovely Christmas present, eh? ;-)
I have some records for sale! all of these are in perfect condition, some still have wrappers on them. the records are not scratched or broken! I have got them appraised, and im asking what I think is reasonable! BUT if you don't like my price then we can work with the price cause I really need these gone! Loretta Lynn "blue Kentucky girl" 8.00 Kenny Rogers " daytime friends" 9.00 Kenny Rogers UA-LA689-G 5.00 Kenny Rogers LWAK979 5.00 Willie Nelson "the second in your mind" 5.00 Willie Nelson "red headed strangers" 6.00 Willie Nelson "city of New Orleans" 7.00 Hank Williams Jr, major moves 7.00 Hank Williams Jr "Montana cafe" 10.00 Hank Williams Jr "Family Tradition" 7.00 Merle Haggard 2 record edition "sing a sad song" & "high on a hilltop" 15.00 Johnny Paycheck "slide off your again sheets" 5.00 Thirty years of bluegrass 5.00 The shirelles 5.00 More brandy "Hank Williams you wrote my life" 10.00 George Jones "I am what I am" 7.00 Waylon "dreaming my dreams" 4.00 Jessi colter 6.00 The sensational Charlie ...
No new country singers can beat Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, David Allen Coe, Willie Nelson or Hank Williams Jr.
I've been listening to a lot of Country Music all summer lol. lady antebellum, Tim Mcgraw, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Hank Williams, and Carrie Underwood are all great artists... I must say Country Music is quiet lovely...
Oh just sang Hank Williams songs along with Willie Nelson
This is why I've stopped listening to Country Music for the past few years. It's turned into mainstream garbage. What happened to the Country Music of yesteryear? The music that told a unique story, passed on a lesson, and touched our hearts? Music from Alabama, George Jones, Garth Brooks, Charlie Daniels, The Judds, Pam Tillis, Willie Nelson, Trisha Yearwood, Clay Walker, Lorrie Morgan, Hank Williams, Charlie Pride, etc??? Today's Country Music, for the most part, is a stereotypical punchline.
Found some great vinyls to add to my collection today while out thrift shopping. Village people, Willie Nelson, Willie & Waylon, iron butterfly, Sonny and Cher, and a very young Hank Williams Jr.
Your answers are in folks! And remember if your question didn't get answered this week we still have some more Q&A coming next week! Bernardo Fajooses Barboza Any advice to new comers in the music business? Answer: Run Away!!! Tim Ryan How much did Muddy Waters impact you? Willie Nelson? Bob Dylan? Hank Williams? Answer: I loved Muddy Waters, and WIllie, but Dylan was by far the biggest influence of who you mentioned. I grew up listening to Dylan. Ian Thompson As an artist yourself, do you have a favourite poster artist? Answer: There are Really talented poster artists in the world. Too many to name just one. Shirley Spreeman Out of all the cities and countries you have played, where would like to go back on vacation? Answer: New Zealand would be cool to hang out in for some time. Lee Waller I've heard that you never use the neck pick-up, always the bridge, tries or false? Answer: I do use the neck pickup sometimes. Daniel Vezoja What constitutes a great song to you? Answer: A song that is musically inter ...
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
We drinking like Hank Williams and smoking like Willie Nelson, you betta try to hire Van Helsing Or a monster killa homie cause no one can help them
Hank Williams, Hank Williams Jr, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and that's just a few.
Listening to Willie Nelson on tv and found an old Hank Williams tape, cassette , lol. Still have one of those old players around?
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...
Let me tell all you songwriters something.Go to youtube and Listen to Billy Joe Shaver,Hank Williams,Neil Diamond,Dwight Yoakam,Harlan Howard,John Prine,Jackson Browne,Merle Haggard,Willie Nelson. *** on the music industry.If you are good enough they will find you.Don't kiss anybody's ***
Country Music HISTORY! - Filmmaker Ken Burns will be creating a PBS documentary for PBS that will chronicle the history of Country Music. The project is due to air in 2018 and will follow the careers of some of Country's greats including the Carter Family, Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Wills, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, Garth Brooks 
Tonight's Shinyribs show featured covers/allusions/references to (and here's just the ones I caught) Teddy Pendergrass, Doug Sahm, Tiny Tim, Willie Nelson, Andy Kaufman, Sam Cooke, Utah Phillips, George Jones, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Steppenwolf, Ray Price, Ozzy Osbourne, Ted Hawkins, Hank Williams, Townes Van Zandt, a discussion about Skittles, Urban Cowboy and Roller Rinks, a walk-through/explanation of his uke and how it's different from other ukes, an acapella (well, kinda, there was some tasty drum backing) of an ancient yet modernly updated folk song, the favorite choice of root vegetable of every member of the band, an impromptu conga-line around the entire dance floor of Gruene Hall complete with horn section walking out into the crowd/playing on top of tables, and, to top it all of, he closed it with about three really, really rockin' gospel tunes.
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 ...
I grew up listening to George Strait, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, David Allen Coe, Hank Williams Jr. and a lot more great country singers
Day 24: I want to thank the Lord for music, and ears to hear it. My whole life has been gift wrapped in music, and my brother's too. We have always had a deep appreciation for it, and with the exception of hard rock, and modern jazz, we love it all. My first love is southern gospel, then dixie land jazz, then comes the old Country Music, which sadly is buried forever. Neil Sadaka, Hank Williams, ( OOPS ) Mickey Gilley, Ronnie Milsap, George Jones, Freddie Fender, Willie Nelson, and Ray Charles will always be my favorites. Then the icing on the cake is David Phelps, Michael English, Ivan Parker, Janet Paschal, Vestal Goodman, Alyson Speer, and Sherry Easter. What a blessing Bill Gaither has given us. Thank you Lord for music.
You dont know country if you dont listen to George Jones, George Strait, Willie Nelson, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Jimmi…
This Day in Music History September 23: ON THIS DAY, September 23rd: 1930 - Ray Charles is born in Albany, Georgia. Best-known for his work in jazz and rhythm & blues, he brings attention to country with his album "Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music" and records "Seven Spanish Angels" with Willie Nelson. 1950 - "The Eddy Arnold Show" debuted on NBC Radio. 1952 - Hank Williams records "Take These Chains From My Heart," "Kaw-liga" and "Your Cheatin' Heart" during what proves to be his final recording session, at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel. 1953 - The Spaniels recorded "Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight." 1955 - Bill Haley And His Comets recorded "Burn That Candle." 1956 - Mickey Dolenz began his television career in NBC's "Circus Boy" series. He later became a member of the Monkees. 1957 The Crickets went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'That'll Be The Day.' The title being taken from a phrase used by John Wayne in the film 'The Searchers.' 1957 - The Rays released the single ...
Its sad how modern Country Music has ruined the legacy that was Waylon Jennings Willie Nelson and Hank Williams
I finally switched channels Sirrious 60 (Outlaw Country). Loving this one, too. I am thinking lots of Willie Nelson, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, and a few others who shall remain nameless (for now). Y'all might get tired of seeing my music updates on here. I actually started a video of me singing with a few of the songs, but I chickened out. I don't have the voice I had a while back (some would say it was never all that good, but I did love my singing). LOL!
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 ...
Slim Whitman & ME...It was almost the end of The Golden Age of Country Music in October of 1972. A big part of young America was about to discover Country Music, and change things forever. I'd been living in the East Bay with part of my band, the El Rancho Cowboys, a band named after a beer that sold for $.69 a six-pack. The Cowboys were part of a musical move towards roots Country Music that was taking place at the time. Two years earlier I'd been drawn to Berkeley, CA by the music of (the vastly under-rated) Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airmen. Asleep at the Wheel moved into the 'hood about the same time. Junior Brown was doing a similar thing in another part of the country. In Berkeley, we'd play our collection of LPs constantly, all day long. Ray Price, Buck Owens, Ernest Tubb, Hank Thompson, Hank Williams, Hank Snow, Webb Pierce, Merle, Haggard, Bob Wills, Roger Miller, Johnny Paycheck, Porter Waggoner, Willie Nelson, Red Simpson...and Slim Whitman. These were our heroes and it was an amazing ...
Some days I just enjoy jamming out to Willie Nelson , Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard , and Hank Williams (Sr. And Jr.)
"Reaching Across Texas" Concert and Dance Benefiting The" American Red Cross" Celebrates Legends of Country and Tejano Music, Today, June 1st. "Houston's Own Country" is "Reaching Across Texas" to recognize contributors to the culture and music of our great community. Legends like, Garth Brooks, Shania Twain, Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, George Strait, George Jones, Hank Williams, Reba Mcentire, Pam Tillis and many more have touched us all on Houston's Own Country. Now, we Celebrate their Country Spirit through our very own, Wesley Corner, Austin Band, The Four Amigos, Jesse Cruz, BuddyH, Abby Gough, Lauretta Turner, Brian Collins and Roy Head. Ladies and Gentlemen, you must come out and see this magnificent Show, as we salute our Arm Forces and Veterans around the world. This show is being documented for Radio and Television at Campbell Hall, Pasadena Fairgrounds in Pasadena Texas, 6 pm to 9 pm, today, June 1st of 2013. Come and support our community and "Reach Across Texas" Benefiting The American Red Cro ...
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.
I wonder what music would be like if Hank Williams and Keith Whitley had survived drugs/alcohol and George Jones and Willie Nelson hadn't.
Willie Nelson, Townes Van Zandt, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton and Hank Williams, just to name a few.
5 people I wanna party with at the same time. Snoop dogg, Eric Church, Willie Nelson, Wiz khalifa and Hank Williams Jr.
Willie Nelson or we can do Hank Williams if u go by last name
Id take George Strait, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Tim Mcgraw, &Garth Brooks over all the country singers today
But you don't know who Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Ray Price, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, George Jones or Buck Owens is? Ummm, okay!
I wanna burn one down with Si, Willie Nelson, and Hank Williams Sr and Jr.
Just added a new show to my calendar. If you're in the Nashville area, you might want to save the date...Wednesday, April 24th. I will be hosting the early show at the Bluebird Cafe. Joining me in the round will be Richard Fagan (huge hits by John Michael Montgomery, Hank Williams, Jr., and George Strait, and countless cuts by a Who's Who of big names), LIsa Carver (Tim Mcgraw, Tanya Tucker, Emerson Drive, Willie Nelson, Reba Mcentire. She also wrote Sugarland’s number one hit, “Everyday America".), and my current favorite songwriter Mister Trey Ward. The Bluegrass community has known about him for years. I think the rest of the world is fixing to find out. Word is that we will be joined in the round by a "fifth seat" utility player in the form of Tracy Lawrence's bandleader Joe Caverlee. Trey and I have both worked in the studio with Joe recently. He might well be the most talented musician I have ever met. If Tracy doesn't have him on the road that night, we'll have him at the Bluebird. I'm just abo ...
Check this out... STAR-STUDDED CONCERT Keith Urban and Vince Gill once again come together with some very special friends for a star-studded concert at Bridgestone Arena April 16. Trace Adkins, Rosanne Cash, Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Kid Rock, Kris Kristofferson, and Hank Williams, Jr. are just some of the "Rebels and Renegades" set to play the concert benefiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 1 at 10am CT. VIP Packages are also available, in limited quantities. We're All for the Hall is a very unique concert in Music City, filled with all your favorite music, to benefit your favorite music. Don't miss this. Book your site or your deluxe cabin soon :*)
In the next 7 weeks I get to see Eric Clapton, Ronnie Dunn, Keith Urban, Brian Nutter, Jerry Flowers, Danny Rader, Chris McHugh, Vince Gill, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Roseanne Cash, Kid Rock, Willie Nelson, Billy Jo Shaver, Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry, Hank Williams, Jr., Kris Kristofferson, Brantley Gilbert, Tim Mcgraw, and Loretta Lynn!!! Not to mention some great friends that I love like family. That is all.
" 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 ...
that is very true...the North ain't ever produced no Hank Williams, Cash, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels or Roger Miller
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.
It's an oldies kind of night for me as I write my short story for my fiction writing class tomorrow. And by oldies, I mean Big Bopper, Patsy Cline, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, Hank Williams, John Denver, you know. Whatever pops up on my Oldies folder on Spotify.
What has happened to all the Johnny Cash's of the world? And the Bob Dylan's and Hank Williams',and Willie Nelson's cause, why the *** not.
Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard are "still alive." And last night, they celebrated Hank Williams, Johnny Cash,...
If you listen to Country Music but don't know who George Strait, Willie Nelson, or Hank Williams Jr. Your doing it wrong.
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.
You mean to tell me you don't have any Hank Williams? No Willie Nelson? No David Allan Coe? You mean to tell me.
If you don't like legends like George Strait, Alan Jackson, Hank Williams and Willie Nelson, you don't like Country Music.
From Rage Against The MacHine, to Tupac Shkaur, to Bruce Springsteen. Not a "decent" person's first choice. But thanks to those guys I think I've got a pretty good idea of right and wrong. Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams,
1986 Hank Williams Jr.'s remake of "Mind Your Own Business" tops the Billboard country chart, with help from Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, Reba Mcentire and Reverend Ike 1984 Ricky Van Shelton moves to Nashville when his girlfriend, Bettye, gets a new job
mine was blasting Willie Nelson and Hank Williams an hour ago!
To all my Vancouver friends. Jill Barber is performing in Vancouver on Nov 25 at the Electric Owl. An evening of old time Country Music, with covers by Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, Brenda Lee and Kitty Wells. If you don't know who Jill Barber is she is awesome, check her out!
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.
several of you asked after a month of Halloween mix on my ipod, if i was making a thanksgiving mix.welll yes, i did. what better way to kick off the month of November with everyone's favorite country drunk singalong, "Family Tradition" by Hank Williams, Jr."why do you drink.why do you roll smoke.why must you live out the songs that you wrote.".feel free to chime in at any time.hank was followed by Robert Randolph and the Family Band's "Thankful and Thoughtful" , a funky little number whose lyrical content was limited to the song title.you should check it out.John' Lennon's "Cold Turkey" was next.if you didn't know it was actually about kicking a heroin addiction Cold Turkey, you might never want to have a leftover turkey sandwich.one of several versions of "What a Wonderful World" on the mix popped up, this one by everyone's favorite country stoner, Willie Nelson.seems that Thanksgiving songs are a bit shorter than Halloween as i got a 5th song into the mix prior to arriving at the office, this a classi ...
That's an awesome costume! Last year we dressed as Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and Hank Williams Jr.
Hank Williams Jr would be President, Willie Nelson would be VP and the capital would be moved to Texas.
Two people that would of been cool presidents is Hank Williams Jr. And Willie Nelson
I'd love to have dinner with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, George Jones and Merle Haggard.
Hank Williams, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, John Lennon, Paul Mccartney, Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Sprinsteen - this is some of what I have in my music library. The best advice I ever got as a photographer was, "If you want to take more interesting pictures, stand in front of more interesting things." As a novelist, the best advice I got was from Stephen King: "If you want to be a great writer, you have to read. A lot." I've applied that to my songwriting too. To be a great songwriter, you MUST listen to great songwriters, as often as possible.
If you don't listen to Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, & George Strait then you've never really exp ...
A night of the classic country songs of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, and more!
New project for the CHESTNUTS BAND. We'll be doin' secular music at a contemporary service for Glossbrenner United Methodist Church in Mt. Joy Sat eve (22nd) Songs of Johnny Cash, CSN, Harry Chapin, Eric Clapton, Curtis Mayfield, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson and more. Refreshments at 6pm..music to follow. Church located one block north of Main on Angle St. look for signs...
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. :)
If any of my family would like to help im wanting to put a tribute together looking for songs by John Denver,Willie Nelson,Johnny Cash,Hank Williams
A great old honkytonk song covered by Willie Nelson and Larry Butler that was written back in 1951 by Hank Williams Sr.
Colt Ford, you are destroying Country Music. I have a special title for your particular type of racket, and it doesn't matter what color you are, the noise you make still fits into that category. I heard "no Trash In My Trailer," and I thought it was pretty awesome, but then I heard "Dirt Road Anthem," "Waffle House," some of the other garbage you have produced, and realized that you cannot atone for the sins you committed against Country Music. Listen to Hank Williams, Alan Jackson, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, or even some of the newer country artists, and I believe you will hear a difference in the music they make and the crap Colt Ford tries to disguise as music. I will admit that singers (such as Garth Brooks) sing fast at times, but Colt Ford doesn't even sing, he talks fast! Yes, I know that there are "talking songs," but you don't deserve ear drums if you cannot differentiate between talking songs and rap! If you want to pawn your worthless material off on *** you will find plenty of those watc ...
can't forget the man in black, George Jones, Mearl haggard, Hank Williams Jr and sr, or Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis sing My Bucket's Got A Hole In It, from the legend Hank Williams. Live on January 12 and 13, 2007 at Jazz at Lincoln Center, ...
I can't stand these bandwagon Country Music fans. If you can't name a singe hit my Hank Williams or Willie Nelson you can kiss my ***
I can't remember Hank Williams or Willie Nelson singing a song about a girl shaking her ***
What a night at the CMT's. Willie Nelson, Hank Williams Jr & bunch more of Country's music finest performers. finished with Rascal Flatts & Journey...and tonight the party really starts at the CMA fan festival.can I get a yehaw
Watching these CMT awards wondering what happened to Country Music... George Strait, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Hank Williams Jr., and Willie Nelson are Country Music, not this new age crap.
Jukebox in the Bra is playing a lot of Hank Williams and Willie Nelson tonight. I'd bet a buck that I know who is feeding it.
The star power on the 2012 CMT MUSIC AWARDS stage is amplifying with the addition of Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, Pistol Annies, Rascal Flatts, The Band Perry and Hank Williams, Jr. as performers on this year’s show. The 2012 CMT MUSIC AWARDS will air live on Wednesday, June 6...
This is a not so good quality sample of Kurt Nilsen along with Willie Nelson singing the old Hank Williams song - Lost Highway. Just added some picture to it...
Hey Fest Fans, Got some fun facts about this day, May 8th, in Country Music history: 1982- Willie Nelson reached on Country Charts with "Always on My Mind" 1976- Reba Mcentire began her career when she debuted on the Country Charts with "I Don't want to be a One Night Stand" 1976- The Man in Black- John Cash receives an honorary Doctorate of Human Letters from San Diego's National University. San Diego Mayor Pete Wilson declares "Johnny Cash Day" 1961- Faron Young's version of Willie Nelson's "Hello Walls" hit on Billboard 1969- Kris Kristofferson Charted with "Me & Bobby McGee" 1949- Hank Williams achieved his first hit with "Lovesick Blues" What a day to celebrate in Country Music! Amy Clawson
Thanks to all those who contributed to getting my homework done: Hank Williams, Ben E. King, Brenda Lee, Patsy Cline, Ray Charles, Willie Nelson, Roy Orbison, and many others...you all are great...
1984 Hank William Jr All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight directed by John Goodhue. The video features artists such as Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Cheech and Chong, and several other celebrities in a party thrown by Hank Williams, Jr. At the end of the video, a ghost Cadillac flies in...
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...
George Jones, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, Tom T Hall, Johnny Cash the music I grew up with!
you don't like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Hank Jr, Jerry Reed, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson or banjo music.😏
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