Take a listen to a track from the previously unrelased (and unknown) album Out Among The Stars from Johnny Cash. The album is a delight as this track suggests. He may be gone but these great songs from the 1980s recording sessions allow us to feel like he's still amongst us. Listen to the tune here!
With a legacy that still is impacting modern country music artists, Waylon Jennings is the perfect artist to get the deluxe, multi-volume tribute treatment that he's getting. Take a look at what we think about Volume II of the series here.
Check out this great EPK showcasing the second installment in the Waylon: The Music Inside a Collaboration dedicated to Waylon Jennings, Volume II!
It was announced today that Average Joes Entertainment, in conjunction with Scatter Records, would be releasing the second edition of Waylon – The Music Inside: A Collaboration Dedicated to Waylon Jennings, Volume II. Read on to find out the more about the tracklist and cover art here!
After scoring a minor hit last year with "Cotton Town," independent artist Adam Fisher returns with a slightly different look and sound. Take a listen to this single and let us (and Adam) know what you think!
Watch Josh Thompson's latest music video. It's for a song from his debut album Way Out Here.
Jeff Bridges has won the Golden Globe for his role as Bad Blake in this film while Texan Ryan Bingham also won a Golden Globe for it's theme song. This record also features a heavy dose of Outlaw-like country music.
This is the third of three CDs that feature two classic Waylon Jennings Albums. While the first two discs focused on the 'early' Waylon, this disc serves as a preview to Waylon's upcoming Outlaw 'breakthrough.'
Waylon Jennings is one of the most resptected and influential stars in Country music history. With these recordings, Waylon managed to score his biggest hit, amongst multiple choice covers. They also showcase the birth of a star.
While there are already two Waylon Jennings tribute albums on the market, it seems that there can't be enough of them as a third compilation, with approval of Waylon's widow Jessi Colter, has recently found artists like Dierks Bentley in the studio recording for it.