In 1972, Tom T. Hall released the song “Old Dogs, Children And Watermelon Wine” as the second and final single album, The Storyteller. It went on becoming Hall’s third No. 1 on the U.S. country singles chart and even earned ...

Keith Whitley released “Don’t Close Your Eyes” as the third single of his album of the same name in 1988. It shot straight to No. 1 on the country charts, while peaking at No. 2 in Canada. It also became ...

Pulled from the archives, this footage will give you a rare glimpse into the early years of one country icon. Making an appearance on the Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show in January 1959, Dick Clark excitedly announced his surprise guest, and ...

In 1960, three-time Oscar winner and country musician Walter Brennan released “Suppertime” as the last track of his first album Dutchman’s Gold.  Though it did not chart like his most popular hit, “Old Rivers,” “Suppertime” is still a tear-jerker to ...

Willie Nelson and Billy Nelson duet of a beautiful gospel song titled “My Body’s Just A Suitcase For My Soul” has continued to keep the young man’s spirit alive many years after his passing. Back in December of 1991, Willie ...

Widely celebrated movie star John Wayne was and continues to be, not only a household name but a classic American icon. He is one of the greatest stars in Hollywood who has graced television screens. He has an unforgettable presence ...

The year 2016 went down in history as George Strait called out country radio in his song “Kicked Outta Country.” The song appeared on Strait Out of the Box Part 2 box set, which chronicles Strait’s career from 1996 to ...

Fifteen years ago, George Jones teamed up with Dolly Parton for the first time for “The Blues Man.” Isn’t it amazing how songs are being passed around before they find the right home? Unfortunately for George Jones, he passed on ...

At the very young age of twelve-years-old, Waylon Arnold Jennings started his road to fame. As a young boy, Jennings was already chasing his dreams, and nothing could get in his way. He scored a time spot on a Texas ...

In 1979, Kenny Rogers released “Coward of The County” as the second single from his multi-platinum album Kenny. The song that runs over four minutes became a major crossover hit! It topped the Billboard Country chart and reached No. 3 ...

In 2004, Randy Travis released “Angels” shortly after he scored a comeback hit with “Three Wooden Crosses.” The song was part of Travis’ sixteenth studio album Passing Through and peaked at No. 48 on Billboard country charts. At the beginning ...

As Michael Jordan is to the NBA, so is George Strait to country music. But as the NBA has a logo, so should country music and that would be Alan Jackson. This is what comedian Josh Pray conceitedly claims in ...