Charlie Louvin Documentary Celebrates Singer’s Legacy
Ira and Charlie Louvin, who performed together as the Louvin Brothers in the '50s and '60s, became one of country music's most heralded duos. From the late Gram Parsons to George Jones and the rock band Cake, countless musicians acknowledge the brothers' "blood harmonies" as one of the best sounds country music will ever produce...
Charlie Louvin Dies at 83
Charlie Louvin, who, along with his brother Ira, influenced numerous country and rock performers from Dwight Yoakam and Emmylou Harris to Gram Parsons and the Byrds, has died from complications of pancreatic cancer. He was 83. Charlie's wife Betty, to whom he had been married for 61 years, confirmed to Nashville's WSM radio that Charlie passed away at around 1:30 AM on Wednesday (January 26)... Re
Desert Rose Band Reunites on a Star-Filled Nashville Night
Gary Allan, Brad Paisley and wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley, bluegrass greats Larry Stephenson and Roland White, Emmylou Harris, steel guitar great Lloyd Green and songwriters Odie Blackman and Gary Nicholson were just a few of the celebrities who found their way to Nashville's Belcourt Theatre Monday night to see the final night of the Desert Rose Band's mini-concert tour of 2010...