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. ...

It actually took a few marriages for country legends Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter to find each other. In his pursuit of lasting love, Jennings said “I do” three times before finally getting it right. Meanwhile, Colter divorced her husband ...

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 ...