A short documentary by Rolling Stone, narrated by Woody Harrelson, affirms how essential the Martin classical guitar is to Willie Nelson’s sound and persona.
The Port Arthur natives take their outlaw country stomp back to their roots.
The outlaw country all-star is finally embracing the genre of his dreams—and bluegrass seems to be embracing him back.
Now living in Fisher, the Grand Ole Opry member goes back to his Texas music roots.
Lee Ann Womack became a star the old-fashioned Nashville way. Now she’s ready to be an artist on her own terms.
During a 1984 tour through Texas.
Listen to all of King George's greatest hits.
“Unwound,” “The Chair,” and “Easy Come, Easy Go” have all sprung from the powerful pen of Dean Dillon.
Why there will probably never be another George Strait.
After a career that’s spanned more than thirty years, George Strait is wrapping up his 48-stop farewell tour this month. For those of us whose lives he has captured so inimitably in song, country music will never be the same.