Written by the legendary Nashville songwriter Bob McDill, “Amanda” was recorded by two of the biggest names in the history of country music – none other than Don Williams and Waylon Jennings. And it’s as if the universe conspired for ...

Without a doubt, Waylon Jennings is one of the most memorable figures in country music history. After all, he was the very first artist who rejected the Nashville standards and refused to record with the industry’s throngs of studio musicians. ...

Is there any more epic than a group of country superstars joining in for a performance of “Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)?” Waylon Jennings was one of the country legends that changed country music forever. He started ...

Kenny Chesney and Kid Rock teamed up for “Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)” – and we found ourselves asking, what have we ever done to deserve such epic collaboration? Well, we have the country outlaw Waylon Jennings ...

With such exceptional musical style and uncanny talent, Hank Williams, Jr. has stepped out from his father’s long shadow and has emerged as one of the most popular country artists. Many of Hank Williams Jr. songs have even withstood the ...

While we may know Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings as the seasoned members of the Highwaymen and among country music’s all-time greats – the two talented artists are actually pretty good buddies. Their longtime friendship can even be traced all ...

The Highwaymen, composed of four of the brightest country stars – Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson – is perhaps the greatest country music supergroup in history.  With such distinct singing voices, the four living legends shared ...

The moment country legends Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings took the stage for an epic performance of “Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line,” you know you’re about to have a blast!  Back in 1993, country legend Willie Nelson threw a ...

They say, “clouds in the sky very much resemble the thoughts in our minds.” So, it was no surprise to find quite a few country songs about clouds that could perfectly describe what you feel right now – whether you’re ...

Waylon Jennings’ children live to see how their legendary father started the outlaw country music movement. They’ve been with him when he stood up for his rights and doing things his own way.  Let’s get to know more about Waylon ...

Of course, the key to being a country superstar is to be a talented vocalist. But there’s a little extra something with those male country singers with deep voice that makes fans go wild.  While some may have had low ...

For this article, we will be featuring the top 50 best country albums of all time – or basically a list of country albums that are worth investing your hard-earned money in. You will see a lot of familiar names, both ...

It’s amazing how country gospel songs can affect anyone who hears them – country fan or not. They work wonders in touching those feelings of hope that we need to be reminded of in moments of failure and change – ...

Waylon Jennings and wife Jessi Colter’s love story is considered one of the greatest love stories in country music, and it’s not surprising why. Jennings experienced three failed marriages before he finally found the one, and as they say, love ...

Waylon Jennings is one of the fiercest honky-tonk heroes within the outlaw country movement, but on some occasions, he never failed to show his funny side. Just like this old interview recorded on June 4, 1983, during the US Festival. ...

Did you know that Waylon Jennings’ guitar used on stage throughout his career only totaled to five? Get to know more about these wholly-covered guitars as well as the ones he used in the past. 1. 1946 Martin D28 Herringbone ...

If you’re a fan of this comedy-adventure television series that was aired on CBS from 1979 to 1985, then pretty sure you’ll quickly recognize Dukes of Hazzard theme song or Waylon Jennings’ “Theme from The Dukes of Hazzard (Good Ol’ ...

In 1978, Waylon Jennings set his sixth No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart as a solo artist when he released “I’ve Always Been Crazy” – the first single and title track from his 1978 album. By the time ...

Though the country music legend died nearly two decades ago, Waylon Jennings songs still left an indelible mark on the genre. All through his career, he persisted in being a genuine and sincere artist, waging to record songs within him ...

Willie Nelson’s Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys cover with one of the pioneers of the Outlaw Movement and American musician Waylon Jennings in 1978 peaked at number one on the country music charts. Their song cover was ...

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 ...

When Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson joined forces, the world expected nothing less than quality and brilliance. Luckily, we were never proven wrong when they’d written the hit song “Good Hearted Woman.” In 1969, the two outlaw legends found themselves ...

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 ...

One of the pinnacles of Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson‘s partnership is absolutely the song “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys.” Jennings and Nelson collaborated at numerous stages of their careers, and this country classic is ...

Johnny Cash knew too well how to hold on to the songs and the people he loved. Among these songs was Bob Dylan’s “One Too Many Mornings,” which he covered numerous times. In 1986, he released a new “One Too ...

Marriage is something that binds two souls for eternity, but not all facts lean on this statement though. Sometimes, marriage is only a contract until hearts find their perfect match where aside from compatibility, joy naturally flows by just being ...

Country music legend Waylon Jennings took an eager crowd by storm when a southern beauty suddenly joined him onstage for a special performance of Elvis Presley’s hit “Suspicious Minds.”  Performing for a jam-packed venue, Jennings stood before a makeshift saloon ...

The friendship between Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr. resulted in one epic collaboration, titled “The Conversation.”  The song was originally released on Williams’ 1979 album Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound. Four years later, their collaboration was reissued on Jennings’ ...

At the very young age of twelve-years-old, Waylon Arnold Jennings started his road to fame. As a young boy, Jennings was already chasing his dreams, and nothing could get in his way. He scored a time spot on a Texas ...

Waylon Jennings’ version of “Amanda” is one somber hit that profoundly stands out above all plethora of the country legend’s songs identified as perhaps the best in music history. The original outlaw was a proud country performer that remains to ...

Get your Fourth of July playlists ready with these spirited, patriotic country songs that pay tribute to what it means to be an American. We’ve rounded up the most moving songs from Johnny Cash, Billy Ray Cyrus to Brad Paisley, ...

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 ...

“Will the Wolf Survive” was Waylon Jennings’  debut album released under MCA Records after transferring from RCA. This also served as Waylon’s fresh start in his career. A New Sound for Jennings Jennings had been recording and producing music with ...

The century-old debate of whether “real country music is dying” is not new in the music industry. Even back then, the echoes of “old traditional country music isdying” had always been heard. Especially when Waylon Jennings, a country legend, voiced ...

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson performed a great duet with the song “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys. “ Via YouTube.com by Screengrab Waylon Arnold Jennings professionally known as Waylon Jennings was a popular American singer ...

Waylon Jennings is one of country music’s treasures because of his countless hits. He also made sure to make a statement with the songs that he releases and thus, he became a country outlaw just like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, ...

Who remembers the outlaw tribute song of Waylon Jennings to Bob Wills? Waylon Jennings Live in Austin, Texas. April 1, 1989Photo from Youtube via Screengrab The song was written as tribute to James Robert Wills or also known as Bob ...

Who remembers the outlaw tribute song of Waylon Jennings to Bob Wills? I do! Listen to the song that honored the late King of Western Swing. About the Song Photo Credit: YouTube via Screengrab Jennings wrote the song as a ...

Waylon Jennings swoons us with this subtly romantic country song he released in 1985. Jennings is much more known for his outlaw country style in country music, but when a bad boy turns romantic, then it’s something to listen to. ...

Hank Williams Jr. proved that he is more than his father’s son. He made a name for himself when he released country hits after his father died. Although it was hard for Hanks Jr. to get out from his father’s ...

Waylon Jennings is a true guitarist legend. In his guesting on the infamous Johnny Cash show back in 1970, he proved that his guitar skills are unparalleled.  With their performance, these two country outlaws showed that country music is electrifying. ...

Written by Troy Seals and Donnie Fritts, this Waylon Jennings hit sure talked about the happy memories that ex-lovers have. Although it is common nowadays to sing about having a broken heart, the writers knew that happy memories can still ...

The century-old debate of whether “real country music is dying” did not really start recently. Even back then, the echoes on “old traditional country dying” had always been evident. Especially when Waylon Jennings, a country legend, voiced his opinion back ...

“Rainy Day Woman” is not the same as Bob Dylan‘s “Rainy Day Women #12 and #35.” “Rainy Day Woman” was written by Waylon Jennings in 1974. It is one of the tracks from his album The Ramblin’ Woman. Jennings released ...

Pioneers of the outlaw country music genre Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson had one of their greatest duet performances with the hit “Good Hearted Woman.” They not only recorded the song together but co-wrote it as well. The resulting single ...

Last January 25, the sad news about Waylon Jennings’ eldest son Terry Jennings’ death broke the hearts of many country music fans and supporters. Almost a month after, we are commemorating the 17th death anniversary of Terry’s father, Waylon. These ...

God’s existence has been a discussion for a thousand years, even scholars debate about this. Also, some of these great personalities in history threw in good arguments and research to strengthen their standpoint. Anyhow, to believe in a Higher Being ...

Outlaw Singers Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson have long been performing on one stage together considering that they’re a part of the iconic outlaw group, “The Highwaymen.” Together with the late Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson, they have produced tunes ...

Willie Nelson tells the story of a young boy who wanted to become a cowboy in his single “My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys.” The song began with a young boy dreaming of wanting to become a cowboy because he ...

“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 ...

Love is a wonderful feeling, especially when you fall in love with the right person. However, there are some who fall in love with a person they don’t deserve. Maybe, we fall in love with people who hurt us because ...

Popularly known as the “Red Headed Stranger,” Willie Nelson is a famous and influential personality when it comes to country music, especially in the outlaw. His name, for sure, does ring a bell whenever we talk about authentic and pure country sound. ...

Known for his hits “Help Me Hold On” and “Best of Intentions,” Travis Tritt is one of the well-loved contemporary artists who rose to fame in the late ‘80s. His fame did not just root from his being a singer-songwriter, ...

From Joey + Rory’s Christmas album, “A Farmhouse Christmas” released in 2011, here’s “The Gift” that matters to God’s heart. Briefly, the song is a touching story about a poor orphan named Maria whose sacrificial love pleased God. She found ...

Willie Nelson’s Making of “Night Life” “Night Life” is a country blues song written by Willie Nelson in 1960. Willie wrote this song while he traveled from his home to work. He recorded it and gave it to Pappy Daily, but ...

“Delta Dawn:” Tanya Tucker’s Signature Hit One of the most iconic songs of all time, “Delta Dawn” was penned by former child rockabilly star Larry Collins and songwriter Alex Harvey. It became a smash for Tanya Tucker when she recorded ...

Waylon Jennings captivated the hearts of many by his country music style. He’s one of the country artists who introduced us to outlaw country music. In his career, Jennings released a total of forty-five studio albums. In addition, ninety-six of ...

The Making of “Wild Side of Life” William Warren’s heart was broken when a girl he met left him. It was a painful experience for him, but at the same time, it became a good thing for him, too. This ...

Billboard included “Sweet Dream Woman” as one of Waylon Jennings‘ Best Songs according to their Critic’s Picks. Billboard’s Critic’s Picks ranked “Sweet Dream Woman” at number twelve. Jennings recorded the song in 1972. He included the song on his studio album ...