In the studio already working on another project, The Man in Black and his producer agreed to cut a cover version of a song that they had no idea would become an iconic hit in country music – just months after this recording…
“Folsom Prison Blues” was released by Cash in late 1955 as the eleventh track on his debut album, With His Hot and Blue Guitar. The song quickly climbed to No.1 on the country charts, going on to become one of the country icon’s signature songs.
Hank Jr. began the tribute during his 2012 Bossier City, Louisiana concert singing the theme song from The Dukes Of Hazzard, followed by “Walk The Line.”
Following the tragic and shocking death of Chris Cornell, so many members of the music community have expressed their deep sadness and mourning on social media for the man that had issued some truly incredible music throughout his lifetime. Cornell, who passed away on Wednesday night (May 17th, 2017) following a sold-out Soundgarden concert in Detroit, […] More
As a son of two country music icons, John Carter Cash proves talent does indeed run in the family…
The talent of Johnny Cash is one that comes along but once in a lifetime.
In one of the most polarizing political administrations in United States history, many country singers are faced with a tricky decision when it comes to letting their political views be known. Apart from a select few tweeting positively about the Women’s March or Lee Greenwood and Toby Keith‘s performances at the inauguration of President Donald Trump, Nashville’s elite […] More
Three years after the release of his album Moonshine in the Trunk, Brad Paisley is ready to release a new album. Titled Love and War, the record was originally set for release on March 3, but Paisley had to push back the release date to April 21. On Thursday (March 9), Paisley finally released the […] More
Country music legend Johnny Cash was not only a profound musical influence, but a wild child with a rebellion for authority and social norms. While Cash battled his fair share of demons with substance abuse and addiction, the singer was more than genuine when he pleaded with anyone who was wrangling with addiction. He spoke, […] More
As far as country music biopics go, Walk The Line is up there with the best of the best. It tells the life story of Johnny Cash and his journey from a poor country boy to…
A 12-year-old with down syndrome and a Dolly Parton super fan had his dreams come true when the country music icon invited him to join her in song. Gage Blackwell hung out with Parton at a restaurant residing within her Dollywood theme park and got to chat and even sing with his idol. The union came […] More
During the 50th Annual CMA Awards, the married couple performed a medley of hits, most of which were duets.