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Jett Williams Works to Preserve Hank’s Legacy (Exclusive Interview)
Jett Williams Works to Preserve Hank’s Legacy (Exclusive Interview)
Hank Williams died on New Year's Day 1953, 60 years ago, and in the years since his untimely passing, an unfathomable amount of technological advancements have been made, especially within the recording industry. The iconic singer-songwriter's daughter, Jett Williams, marvels at what the man who sang about the woman on the party line in his song, "Mind Your Own Business" would think if he knew that Facebook has replaced the party line and nearly everyone has a phone that can take pictures.
Sheryl Crow ‘Easy’ Is Country Debut; Tim McGraw Announces ‘Town Hall’ Meeting + More: Country Music News Roundup
Sheryl Crow ‘Easy’ Is Country Debut; Tim McGraw Announces ‘Town Hall’ Meeting + More: Country Music News Roundup
The Boot rounds up today's (Jan. 25) country music news headlines from around the web. Sheryl Crow sang "Easy," her debut country single, for the first time Thursday night (Jan. 24) on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." (Watch her performance below...
Tracy Lawrence & Friends Cook Thanksgiving for Homeless
Tracy Lawrence & Friends Cook Thanksgiving for Homeless
A little rain couldn't prevent friends and fans from flocking to the Nashville Rescue Mission Tuesday, November 23, to support Tracy Lawrence and his annual Mission Possible Turkey Fry event. For the fifth straight year, Tracy raised money and awareness -- and cooked up dozens of deep-fried turkeys -- to ensure homeless people in middle Tennessee get a Thanksgiving meal to remember...
Hank Williams Rare Live Recordings to Be Released
Hank Williams Rare Live Recordings to Be Released
Many performances by great artists have been lost over the years, but thanks to a Grand Ole Opry photographer, the world can hear the legendary Hank Williams performing on live radio shows from the 1950s. Les Leverett, who was the Grand Ole Opry photographer working for the National Life & Accident Insurance Company (owners of WSM radio and the Opry at the time), happened to notice a box of Ha