When it comes to naming the greatest country bands, there is always a bit of intimidation, after all, country music never really runs out of good music from really good artists. On top of that, the genre has an undeniable ...

Country music won’t be the same without the supergroup that made the greatest hits of all time. When the Highwaymen decided to make music together in 1985, they made history. Their combined talents pulled fans across the globe, making their ...

In 1995, the American country supergroup The Highwaymen recorded the song “I Do Believe” for their third and final studio album, The Road Goes on Forever.  The song tells the tale of a man who believes in a higher power ...

The American country music group the Highwaymen – composed of Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson – released “Desperados Waiting For A Train” off their debut album Highwayman in 1985. The supergroup’s version reached No. 15 on ...

Individually blazing their own trails was perhaps the main fuel to The Highwaymen‘s road of success, thereby placing them on top of the music industry in the ’80s. Why wouldn’t they be? This dream team composed by four of the ...

“I Do Believe”  Waylon Jennings is one of the best country outlaw singers, but he is also considered as one of the best songwriters, too. He proved this with his intriguing, yet well-written single “I Do Believe.” In 1995, the ...

Recently, country music has been losing many of its greatest icons — legends to say. The past three years alone reported us the unfortunate passing of some of the most loved legends. Early in 2015, the death of Little Jimmy ...

“Highwayman” is a song that American singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb created. The lyrics share the story of incarnations. In four different places in time and history, the soul reincarnates as a highwayman, a sailor, a construction worker on the Hoover Dam, and as a captain of a starship. ...