“It’s Such a Small World” was Rodney Crowell’s first out of five singles from 1988’s Diamonds & Dirt, to consecutively reach the top spot of Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart. The country ballad was released as a duet by Crowell ...

Guess we can all agree that Rodney Crowell songs are some of the best in country music, proving how talented this country star is in multiple ways.  In addition to his charismatic voice, Crowell is an accomplished songwriter and producer. ...

Rodney Crowell has built a respectable and remarkable career as a progressive country jack-of-all-trades – being the songwriter, performer, and producer who led the pack of Nashville’s new traditionalist movement in the middle of the 1980s. He has a voluminous ...

Country Music has flourished over the years. Along with it were notable artists who have cemented their names in the industry. Let’s have a recall of their top country albums over the past 4 decades. The 1980s The era when ...

Rodney Crowell is known for his contributions to country music. His songs “After All This Time” and “Old Yellow Moon” were his best pieces that earned him two Grammy Awards. He was first recognized as a leader of the new ...

The year 1978 marks the journey toward establishing a solid songwriting career for country artist Rodney Crowell. This year, he signed with Warner Brothers and released his debut album, Ain’t Living Long Like This. Subsequently, three singles from the album ...

Rodney Crowell did not cover Johnny Cash’s song “I Walk The Line.” Instead, there is a twist in his song that you would not expect. Read more if you want to know about Crowell’s “I Walk The Line Revisited.” Rodney ...

Rosanne Cash | Photo credit: jellynote.com When Rosanne Cash made a decision to follow a career path on solo recording in the early 1980s, she bumped into the talented musician Rodney Crowell’s path and they both tread on the same road. ...

Rosanne Cash | Photo credit: Youtube Rosanne Cash and Rodney Crowell wrote the song “I Don’t Know Why You Don’t Want Me” back when they were still married. After they split up, it’s inevitable to think that the song somewhat ...

Lee Ann Womack Photo Credit: www.youtube.com Version of Lee Ann Womack Lee Ann Womack recorded Rodney Crowell’s song “Ashes by Now” in 2000. Womack’s version of Rodney’s song became popular. It reached No. 4 on the Billboard Country Songs chart. ...

Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell Photo Credit: http://www.sagegateshead.com It is always amazing when after years of planning, everything comes together. Just like Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell who have been friends for a long time. Emmylou Harris has recorded songs ...

“Please Remember Me” can be understood as a persistent affection between two friends that parted or lovers that didn’t flourish. Perhaps a separation of two individuals. If this is the case, then this is a sad song dedicated to all ...

Unfortunately, Rodney Crowell decides to cancel his remaining tour dates for the year. Although Crowell and his team did not go deep into the details of the singer’s current health status, he confirmed in a statement on his Official Twitter ...

Rodney Crowell sizzles in a fiery cover of a 1964 hit by John D. Loudermilk, Tobacco Road. During its introduction to country music, the song became a classic American track that had countless covers by artists worldwide, including Edgar Winter, ...

A Look-Back 28 years ago this month, on September 23, 1989, Rodney Crowell scored his fifth and final number one song with an old Harlan Howard evergreen, “Above And Beyond.” Buck Owens had recorded the original version in 1960 (which ...