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Waylon Jennings + Luckenbach, Texas

Waylon Jennings’ “Luckenbach, Texas” Highlights Honest Living

 Waylon Jennings’ “Luckenbach, Texas” puts the Texas Hills Country town on the map with the essence of simple living. 

Waylon Jennings + MacArthur Park

Listen To Waylon Jennings And The Kimberlys’ Grammy-Winning Cover Version of Jimmy Webb’s “MacArthur Park”

Country legend Waylon Jennings, along with the family group the Kimberlys, covered the Jimmy Webb-penned track “MacArthur Park.” Check it out.

Waylon Jennings + You Ask Me To

Here’s Why “You Ask Me To” by Waylon Jennings is a Signature Song

“You Ask Me To” is a Waylon Jennings signature song that talks about love and commitment. 

Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter + Storms Never Last

Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter Prove Love Endures in “Storms Never Last”

Country music couple Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter sang about the inescapable part of any relationship in “Storms Never Last.”

LeAnn Rimes + A Good Hearted Woman

LeAnn Rimes Revives Waylon Jennings’ “A Good Hearted Woman”

Country singer LeAnn Rimes had done right by Waylon Jennings with her rendition of his 1972 hit “A Good Hearted Woman.” Listen to her cover here.

Waylon Jennings + We Had It All

On Love And Heartbreak: Listen to Waylon Jennings’s Underrated Hit “We Had It All”

Waylon Jennings sang of love and heartbreak with a hauntingly soulful voice in his song “We Had It All.” So, prepare tissues for a good cry. 

Waylon Jennings Death

Remembering The Death Of Waylon Jennings, One Of The First Country Outlaws

On February 13, 2002, Waylon Jennings died after a long battle with diabetes-related health problems. He died peacefully in his sleep at his home in Chandler, Arizona.

I Do Believe + Waylon Jennings

“I Do Believe,” One Of The Finest Compositions of Waylon Jennings 

In our world today, we need to unite and forget our social differences and enjoy the hit from Waylon Jennings, “I Do Believe.”

CMA Awards 1970: Waylon Jennings Walks Out When They Cut His Performance Time Short

Why Did Waylon Jennings Walk Out of the CMA Awards 1970 Show?

During the CMA Awards 1970 event, country music legend Waylon Jennings walked out of the show. Jennings did this after the organizers told him they were cutting down his performance time.

“This Time:” Waylon Jennings’ First No. 1 Song on the Chart

"This Time," a song was written and recorded by Waylon Jennings. He was able to have his first of fourteen No. 1 songs with this single.

George Jones and Waylon Jennings Teamed Up For A Rendition of Willie Nelson’s “Night Life” 

“Night Life” is a song written by Willie Nelson in 1960. It was inspired by his life as a singer in a club. It was recorded by George Jones in 1979.

“Amanda:” The Battle Between Waylon Jennings and Don Williams

Here’s How “Amanda” Became A Hit By Two Country Legends: Waylon Jennings and Don Williams

Written by legendary songwriter Bob McDill, "Amanda" was recorded by two of the biggest names in the history of country music: Don Williams and Waylon Jennings

Waylon Jennings Facts

Here Are Some Facts About Waylon Jennings, One Of The Most Significant Forces in Country Music

Waylon Jennings is one of the most memorable figures in country music history. To celebrate his musical success, we've gathered some of the most interesting facts.

Kenny Chesney & Kid Rock Come Together To Honor Waylon Jennings With “Luckenbach, Texas”

Listen to Kenny Chesney And Kid Rock’s Epic Team Up For Waylon Jennings’ “Luckenbach, Texas”

Kenny Chesney and Kid Rock teamed up for "Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)," and it's the most epic country-rock collaboration you'll hear.

Hank Jr. Performs ‘Walk The Line’ & ‘Good Ol’ Boys’ In Acoustic Tribute To Johnny & Waylon

Hank Williams Jr. Paid Tribute to Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash In An Acoustic Version of Their Songs

While Hank Williams, Jr. has become a country icon in his own right, he makes sure to pay tribute to the legends that came before him – like Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash.

Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings Can’t Stop Smiling While Wives Serenade Them

Johnny Cash And Waylon Jennings Put On Big Smiles As Their Wives Serenade Them

Country icons June Carter Cash and Jessi Colter serenading husbands Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings is absolutely the most legendary performance you'll see today.

You Should See Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, And Friends Singing “Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line"

You Should See Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, And Friends Singing “Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line”

The crowd went wild when several country music legends joined Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings to sing "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line."

Waylon Jennings' Kids

Waylon Jennings’ Children are Keeping His Outlaw Spirit Alive

Meet Waylon Jennings’ children from his three failed marriages and his life-long partner, Jessi Colter. What are they up to now?

Waylon Jennings and Wife Jessi Colter Love Story

Waylon Jennings and wife Jessi Colter: The Outlaw Couple

The love story of Waylon Jennings and wife Jessi Colter is one of the greatest in country music. Let’s revisit the start of a decade-long marriage.

funny interview of Waylon Jennings

Watch This Rare Interview of Waylon Jennings Where He Showed His Funny Side

Waylon Jennings may be one of the fiercest honky-tonk heroes, but he’s not afraid to show his funny side – like what you’ll see in this interview.

Waylon Jennings' Guitar

Waylon Jennings’ Guitar All Throughout His Music Career

Did you know that Waylon Jennings’ guitar used on stage throughout his career only totaled to five? Check the ones he used in the past here!

Waylon Jennings Belt 'Dukes of Hazzard' Theme Song

Waylon Jennings’ Dukes of Hazzard Theme Song Is As Remarkable As The Show

Guess we can all agree that Waylon Jennings' Dukes of Hazzard theme song is just as legendary as the action-comedy television series itself.

Waylon Jennings' "I've Always Been Crazy"

“I’ve Always Been Crazy” is Waylon Jennings’ Personal Declaration. Here’s Why!

"I've Always Been Crazy" by Waylon Jennings was like his personal declaration of how being silly has all this time kept him from going totally insane.

25 Best Waylon Jennings Songs

25 Best Waylon Jennings Songs That You Should Be Streaming Right Now

Waylon Jennings is one of the pioneers of country outlaw music. He released songs that top the chart in and out of the US.

How Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson Made “Good Hearted Woman” Iconic

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson’s "Good Hearted Woman" offers nothing less than quality and brilliance. The story behind the song is pretty interesting, too.

Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings Combined Their Talents In “One Too Many Mornings”

Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash recorded Bob Dylan’s song “One Too Many Mornings” for their first album together known as Heroes in 1986.

Jessi Colter Shares Her Fond Memories of Waylon Jennings

Jessi Colter loves the smallest details about Waylon Jennings, the way he entertains her, the way he made her laugh, the way he inspires, and the subtle ways he shows his love.

Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter In a Romantic Duet of "Suspicious Minds"

Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter In a Romantic Duet of “Suspicious Minds”

Elvis Presley’s “Suspicious Minds” was recorded by Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter in 1970. It entered the Billboard chart twice.

Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr. In One Epic Duet of "The Conversation" 

Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr. In One Epic Duet of “The Conversation” 

“The Conversation” is a single by Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr. which is found in the albums: Waylon and Company and Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound

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