Alan Jackson and Lee Ann Womack shared the stage on April 1, teaming up to sing "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man." The song was originally recorded by Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty, and was the title track of their 1973 duets album.
Hee Haw’s Kornfield Friends Lulu Roman, Misty Rowe, Jana Jae, and Buck Trent will be bringing a bit of Kornfield Kounty to the stage of TBN’s Huckabee on February 2nd and 3rd.
Thomas Nelson, a division of HarperCollins, announced the cover for the upcoming memoir by country music legend Randy Travis yesterday in an exclusive with People.com.
(Cover of Book Revealed by People.com, On Sale May 14)
-By Cowboy Anton
"An accomplished harmonica player, as well as a banjoist, guitarist, and vocalist, he became one of the first stars of the Opry, and in the 1920s and '30s he made a handful of fantastic recordings (by himself and with guitarist Sam McGee) that showed both blues and country influences."
Maxine Brown Russell, the vivacious entertainer, mother, grandmother, aunt, sister, and friend passed yesterday at Bowman Hospice in Little Rock, Arkansas from complications of heart and kidney disease at the age of 87. Her family was by her side.
-By Cowboy Anton
Johnny Cash was one of the most inspiring country music singers of all time. But why did he decide to change the name of one of his best songs and call it I Walk The Line?
Wild Card Contest to join Alan Jackson on his 2019 Tour is now open! Vote for your favorite AJ's Band to win one of two more coveted slots on Alan's new tour.
Music icon Loretta Lynn will celebrate her birthday this April with a once-in-a-lifetime music event.
-by Cowboy Anton, Jackson, TN.
The other day, while looking through our record collection, we stumbled upon a compilation of Mel Street's hits from the 1970s. His was a story of short-lived success and of a fatal gunshot that tragically ended the career of a magnificent country vocalist.