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Frank Dycus Dead: Legendary Songwriter Penned Hits for George Strait, George Jones
Frank Dycus Dead: Legendary Songwriter Penned Hits for George Strait, George Jones
Frank Dycus, who wrote such memorable country hits as "Unwound" and "Marina del Ray" for George Strait and "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair" for George Jones, died Friday (Nov. 23). He was 72. "He was a great writer, who came from nothing and carved out a life for himself through his own thoughtfulness," said Jim Lauderdale, who co-wrote "Gonna Get a Li
Mark Chesnutt, ‘Your Room’ Brings Greatest Hits to 3D
Mark Chesnutt, ‘Your Room’ Brings Greatest Hits to 3D
Mark Chesnutt is doing something no one in country music has tried before. The singer is releasing his next album on a one-of-a-kind Blue-Ray 3D disc. Titled Your Room, the project was filmed at an intimate show in Los Angeles, during which Mark and his band performed 15 of his most beloved hits including "Too Cold at Home," "Going Through the Big D" and "It's a Little Too
Hank Cochran Documentary Spotlights Songwriter’s Legacy
Hank Cochran Documentary Spotlights Songwriter’s Legacy
Hank Cochran was one of the most prolific and successful songwriters to call Nashville home. The man who penned "Make the World Go Away," "The Chair," "I Fall to Pieces" and "Don't Touch Me" was celebrated Wednesday night (April 25), with the premiere of "Hank Cochran: Livin' For a Song" at the Nashville Film Festival...

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