Willie Nelson’s Seven Spanish Angels is a duet song with American musician Ray Charles. The song was penned by Troy Seals and Eddie Setser and was originally released in November 1984 for Charles’ album titled Friendship. In 1985, Willie Nelson included the song in ...

During the Houston Fest in 2017, the audience was in for a big treat when three soldiers owned up the stage for a breathtaking performance of “Seven Spanish Angels.”  The soldiers are part of the United States Army Field Band’s ...

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 ...

Johnny Cash Show: ABC Television Music Variety Show In 1970, the Johnny Cash Show featured Ray Charles, Neil Diamond, and Tammy Wynette. In the show’s 19th episode,  Ray Charles performed a version of “Ring Of Fire”, and a short version ...

“Sweet Dreams” – A Widely Covered Song Losing someone that we love would definitely give us a hard time forgetting. It could cost you your sleep as you try not to dwell on past memories. The same could be said ...

Artists leave a long and lasting legacy when they die. For Ray Charles, it is his music that left an impact in this world. He was known to be a Gospel and R&B singer, so when he decided to record ...

Today, we celebrate the 89th birthday of our beloved, Ray Charles. He may not be with us physically, but our greetings will mean so much to him. So now, let us all greet him a happy birthday! Now, as we ...

Ray Charles always had country music in him even if he is known to be an R&B legend. He was one of the first musicians to bridge country music and hip hop and he was a trailblazer for all the ...

Ray Charles Robinson was a well known American singer, songwriter, musician, and composer back in the 1940s to 2000s. His friends and fellow musicians usually call him “Brother Ray.” Although he became blind at the age of 7, that did ...

Artists leave a long-lasting legacy when they die. Usually, it is their works of art that will be remembered by the people who used to follow their life and career. These works of art made them into the legends that ...

Johnny Cash and Ray Charles together is surely something you must add to your playlist. These two legends’ version of “Why Me Lord” is a true masterpiece. Photo Credit: Ray Charles and Johnny Cash/ billboard.com Johnny Cash and Ray Charles’ ...

Breaking History with Ray Charles The Day is the 2nd of June, 1962. This day marks one of the biggest, most ambitious chart crossovers in the era. Ray Charles earned his third #1 with his rendition of “I Can’t Stop ...

Judy Garland | Photo Credits: thecinessential.com “Over the Rainbow” is a ballad tune composed by the musical genius Harold Arlen and lyrics penned by lyricist and librettist E. Y. Harburg. The song was conceived solely for the movie The Wizard of Oz. Singer-actress Judy Garland popularly ...

Ray Charles | Photo credit: thefamouspeople.com When Ray Charles’ name is mentioned, the first things we could think about him are his blues and gospel songs. But, Charles tried to defy complacency when it comes to his music. As such, ...

www.youtube.com Ray Charles, The Original Version In 1956, Ray Charles, a jazz singer, released the song for his first album titled Ray Charles. The song was the number one track on the B-side of his album. “Hallelujah I Love Her So” was ...

Willie Nelson and Norah Jones sang “Crying Time” at Lincoln Center with a style that makes the song all theirs. Something about Jones’ magnificent ease dolefully shimmers against Nelson’s deep, plain, and profound narration. On the other hand, Wynton Marsalis ...

A 1964 hit song, “Together Again” was first recorded by American country singer and guitarist Buck Owens. This song has been covered by different artists, from one music genre to another. From being a country hit, it crossed the pop charts, took off, and went ...

We know Jerry Reed as a good-humored guy. Not only that, but he can also sing any song and even tweak them to be more appealing. I bet you agree, that when Reed covers a song, it turns out like ...

“You Don’t Know Me” is a song that Cindy Walker-penned. The title and story line originated from Eddy Arnold in the year 1955. Arnold himself made a cover of “You Don’t Know Me” in that same year. Soon after (April 21, 1956), RCA Victor ...

“Bye Bye Love” is a popular song that Felice and Boudleaux Bryant composed. Soon, the two songwriters published the track in 1957. Through the Everly Brothers, the single became popular. Issued by Cadence Records as catalog number 1315, the tune occupied spot #2 on the ...

“I Can’t Stop Loving You” is a popular song penned by country singer, songwriter and musician Don Gibson. Gibson made the original version of it on December 30, 1957, under RCA Victor Records. Released in the year 1958, it was the B-side of “Oh, Lonesome Me”. The ...

“Here We Go Again” is a country music standard that Don Lanier and Red Steagall composed. Its original became notable as a rhythm and blues single by Ray Charles. It was a single from his 1967 album Ray Charles Invites You to Listen. The name Joe Adams produced the track for ABC Records/Tangerine ...

Six String Soldiers have been around for a while. They have made countless of surreal and epic country covers that went viral ever since they started. If you are living under the rock and if you do not know this ...