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    Four Biggest Names In Country Saddle Up For The Award-Winning “Highwayman”

    Country legends Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson,  and Kris Kristofferson teamed up to join country supergroup The Highwaymen in 1985. The group decided to do a project together while working on a television special together in Switzerland. The Highwaymen were active from 1985 to 1995 and recorded three major studio albums: Highwayman, Highwayman 2, and The Road Goes On Forever.  Their first album Highwayman was certified Platinum and […] More

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    Waylon Jennings Captures Spirit Of The ‘Good Ol’ Boys’ In ‘The Dukes Of Hazzard’ Theme

    On January 26, 1979, The Dukes of Hazzard aired for the first time on CBS. The show, featuring cousins Bo, Luke, and Daisy Duke, ran until February 8, 1985, and was one of the most popular shows of its time. In the show, Bo and Luke race around Hazzard County in their Dodge Charger, named The General Lee. […] More

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    Conway Twitty’s Grandson Keeps It Country With Lively Cover Of Waylon Jennings Classic

    One thing’s for certain, musical talent runs through the Twitty family’s veins. Conway Twitty was one of the most iconic country stars of all time, with countless hit albums and singles to his name. His untimely passing at the age of 59 in 1993 left the genre without one of its shining stars. But Conway’s legacy continues […] More

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    Jessica Simpson And Husband Go As Willie Nelson And Waylon Jennings For Halloween, And It’s Epic

    If you take one look at this photo, you may never know who the celebrity is underneath the beard and braids! A pop star turned fashion mogul, and a former co-star of Willie Nelson’s, dressed up as him for Halloween and her husband, former NFL player Eric Johnson, looked identical to one of his best buds, Waylon Jennings. Jessica […] More

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    Waylon’s “Good Hearted Woman” Soars In Talented Singer’s Rolling New Cover

    His voice reached the immense peaks of the cathedral ceiling with each powerful note in this chilling acoustic performance of country music’s legendary hit song… Alabama native and incredibly talented singer, young Drake White is earning his keep in the country music industry and paying homage to those legends that came before him – especially […] More

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    Mourn Country Icons Taken Too Soon With Iconic ‘Highwayman’ During Farm Aid 1985

    Taking the stage along with Glen Campbell, The Highwaymen delivered one of the most beautiful and impressive performances of their hit song “Highwayman” to an audience full of people dedicated to supporting American farms and farm families. One of the biggest supergroups in country music history, The Highwaymen was comprised of many notable outlaw country […] More

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    Willie Nelson And Son Lukas Make Waylon Jennings Proud In Incredible “Mammas” Duet

    One of the most anticipated, and subsequently most successful, country music albums of 1978 was the duet album Waylon & Willie. Outlaw country legends Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson came together to record 11 songs including “Lookin’ for a Feeling”, “Don’t Cuss The Fiddle”, “Gold Dust Woman”, “The Wurlitzer Prize (I Don’t Want to Get […] More

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    Waylon Jennings’ Legacy Lives On In Profound Tribute From Hank Jr., Travis Tritt, & Marty Stuart

    As one of the main pioneers of the outlaw country movement, Waylon Jennings helped pave the way for dozens of artists who followed him. One of those artists was Hank Williams Jr., who was one of Waylon’s closest friends. The two brought their star power together for the duet “The Conversation,” which had Waylon asking […] More

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    Hear The Ultimate Classic Country Version Of “You Never Even Called Me By Name”

    With some of the biggest names in country music history like Waylon Jennings, Charley Pride, Merle Haggard, and David Allan Coe, this truly marvelous rendition of a country classic will blow you away – and have you begging for more! Taken from his 1994 album, Deep Thoughts from a Shallow Mind, Doug Supernaw recorded his […] More

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    Waylon Jennings Dresses Up ‘Me And Bobby McGee’ With Rich Vocals & Rockin’ Guitars

    Most people know “Me and Bobby McGee” as a rock song. That’s understandable, since the most recognizable version was recorded by rock artist Janis Joplin. But country fans know that the song’s roots reside elsewhere. You see, Joplin wasn’t the first artist to record “Me and Bobby McGee,” and she wasn’t the last either. Written […] More

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