Merle Ronald Haggard professionally known as Merle Haggard was one of most influential music artists in the 1960s. He has spent 53 years in the country music industry. His childhood became miserable after his father’s death and has experienced life ...

The song “Sing Me Back Home” was originally sung and written by Merle Haggard. It was written for his fellow prisoners in San Quentin State Prison. The song had numerous covers including Don Williams’. Check out the story told by ...

Our respective sanctuary is a place where we can unwind, relax, and feel at ease when everything else seems to fall apart. Hence, it is the place where we can find unconditional love, especially when the world turns its back ...

Ben Haggard | Photo credit: Youtube A year ago, we’ve featured an interview with Ben Haggard, the youngest son of country music icon Merle Haggard wherein he shared his journey on establishing himself as a country music star. It seems that he’s been living ...

Nashville Portraits: Don Williams. Photo by Jim McGuire DON’T ARCHIVE: ONLY HAVE RIGHTS TO USE WITH PETER COPPER STORY ON 10/5/2012 Merle Haggard “The Hag” and Don Williams “The Gentle Giant” are two of the best country artists in history. ...

Merle Haggard was the genius behind the prison song, “Sing Me Back Home”. It was released in November 1967 as the first single and title track from the album Sing Me Back Home. It was Haggard’s third number one hit. The ...