The late Wayne Kemp wrote songs for many legendary artists including Johnny Cash, George Jones, George Strait, Conway Twitty and Johnny Paycheck.
Ten country songs of love and happiness for your next date night, from Johnny and June to Garth and Trisha.
Kid Rock Rails Against Hipsters, Coldplay, and Politicians Who ‘Talk About Taking My Guns Away’ on New Album
Kid Rock opens up about his tenth studio album ‘First Kiss,’ which is set for release on Feb. 24.
The son of the late music legend had a moment when returning from a hunting trip, stripping down to his underwear at Deer Lake airport.
More than 45 years after Cash released his album ‘At Folsom Prison,’ the city of Folsom, Calif. continues to honor the late singer, this time with the Johnny Cash Trail and Overpass.
In some cases these albums actually helped create new paths for the artist going forward; at other times they were more of an interesting diversion. But in all cases, these ten albums stand the test of time and are satisfying listens no matter what the context.
Kenny Chesney’s hit “American Kids” appears aimed less at the “kids” than their parents. Which makes it one of the biggest songs in recent years to address a topic that was all the rage a few decades back: the generation gap.
Country songwriter Rivers Rutherford provides voice-over for the music-driven spot.
Sitting down at a keyboard, acoustic guitar in hand, shirt off, the Biebz gets low and sings “Ring of Fire.”
The Legends of Sun Records exhibit will be revealed Friday, Aug. 15.
The album comes out Aug. 19 and features more songs that have influenced Travis during his career. Hear the full collection now.
A Tennessee property once owned by Johnny Cash and wife June Carter Cash may become a rehabilitation facility.
Johnny Cash ‘Bitter Tears’ Tribute Album Coming This Fall Featuring Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson
On the 50th anniversary of one of Cash’s most acclaimed releases comes a ‘Bitter Tears’ tribute album featuring new recordings by Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson, Steve Earle and others.
The list also includes legends such as Bill Monroe, Ernest Tubb and Kitty Wells alongside such contemporary stars as Taylor Swift, Eric Church and Kacey Musgraves.
It’s midnight at a liquor store in Texas, what could go wrong? If Johnny Cash is singing the song, you can bet something will.
In our interview, Carlene Carter talks about what it was like growing up in and around some of country music’s most legendary artists.