Alison Krauss’ Down To The River To Pray is a rendition of a traditional American song more commonly described as a Christian folk hymn. It was a very soothing cover featured in the award-winning soundtrack album of the film O Brother, ...

Alison Krauss songs brought bluegrass to a new audience. With her unique bluegrass twang, superb fiddle skills, and angelic voice combined with her warm personality, Krauss is one of country music’s most enduring and cherished artists. She helped bring bluegrass ...

For those who have heard “Whiskey Lullaby,” you know it’s a truly heartbreaking and tragic song about betrayal, regret, and self-blame.  And the moment Brad Paisley heard the song; he knew he had to rec ord it. He enlisted another ...

Guess everyone would agree that “When You Say Nothing at All” is one of the most timeless country songs out there. It is one of the most well-loved songs to come out of 1988. And in 1995, an amazing thing ...

In 2015, Willie Nelson was honored at the Gershwin Prize Awards Ceremony, and two of his friends took the stage to pay homage to him with one of his most beloved songs, “Seven Spanish Angels.” Holding back the tears, the ...

One of Alison Krauss’s songs that stands out the most is her rendition of “Down to the River to Pray.” Krauss sang the traditional hymn for the film O Brother, Where Art Thou soundtrack in 2000, and it became an ...