First of 900 “No Money In this Deal” was a self-penned honky-tonk tune that George Jones wrote. This was Jones debut single and marked it as the 1st among the 900 records he would produce throughout his career. This was ...

Emmylou Harris is an all-around songwriter and musician and has contributed a lot to the country music industry. She has released dozens of albums and singles over the course of her career and won 14 Grammys. The country singer also ...

Netflix continues to prove that they are the number 1 streaming site in the world. With the release of Netflix’s first-ever documentary of a country artist, they’ll get more viewers from country fans all around the world. The title for ...

American rapper Post Malone was not always dabbling into bass beats and bars, but he was actually into a whole different genre! In a post that was created way back in 2013, we see a much more mellow (and younger!) ...

God is the perfect example of love and mercy. His grace encompasses even the tallest building in the world. Further, He always hears us whenever we call. Prayer is not based on the length of your words, the adjectives that ...

There is nothing more exciting and at the same time scarier than change. We all seek change to take us away from the miseries of life. However, we also fear it because it requires our effort to adapt to something new. ...

It’s Not Aimed at Anyone; It’s Just Escapin’ on the Run One of the most popular songs that Bob Dylan has ever written and performed is a song entitled “Mr. Tambourine Man.”  The song itself is a haunting melody of the ...

“Girl from the North Country” In 1963, Bob Dylan released his song “Girl from the North Country.” Dylan took a trip to England for the first time, and while he was there, he was inspired by old English songs. His ...

In the span of his career, Bob Dylan has released countless classics and this includes a very soulful song entitled “Blind Willie McTell.” The song itself takes you to a melancholic journey through the past. It creates a different world ...

Photo Credit: www.independent.co.uk When speaking of a country classic ballad, then it’s definitely Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright.” The song merely depicts the beauty of great music in the past. With this, let’s recollect how beautiful country music is back ...

Bob Dylan and Billy Joel originally recorded and released “To Make You Feel My Love” in 1997. Since then, it was covered by numerous artists inside and outside of the country music scheme. Garth Brooks gave justice to the song ...

They Killed Him – Johnny Cash Indeed! There will never be another Johnny Cash, and Kris Kristofferson’s songwriting was influential. Without hypocrisy, both men really have social consciences. Kris Kristofferson and His Holy Men Kristofferson’s They Killed Him honors the ...

  Andy Williams |Photo Credits: bbc.co.uk On February 14, 1966, Andy Williams got to invite Peter, Paul, and Mary, one of the greatest folk music groups on his show, The Andy Williams Show. Together, they sang Bob Dylan’s 1963 hit “Don’t ...

www.youtube.com Loving someone who isn’t ready to commit to you is a heartbreaking experience because you know that you cannot force that person to like you no matter what you do. However, this song is not about the person who ...

Hank Snow | Photo credit: amazon.com While other artists’ music centered on a heart-shattering theme, Hank Snow’s songs were quite relief-focused. True enough, the Country Music Hall of Fame inductee has also recorded songs that expressed the anguish of tortured ...

I say it’s just the best protest, now who wants to protest? “Blowin’ In The Wind” was released in 1963 as the first single of the second studio album ‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan’. The song speaks of humanity, war and ...

The all-star recording session for We Are the World took place 33 years ago. This was the biggest charity single of all time. On Jan. 28, 1985, at A&M Recording Studios in Hollywood, following the American Music Awards, more than 40 artists ...

There are a lot of things to be said about Bob Dylan when the pop music was just trying to play within the conventional means of music, Dylan was busy trying to incorporate his own take on political, social, philosophical ...