Been on a serious Waylon kick of late. He’s too often overshadowed by his close friend and contemporary, Johnny Cash but Waylon was and remains a legend in his own right. Throughout much of the 70’s it was Waylon, not Johnny, who rewrote the rules of Nashville music.
A true free American country spirit, his tunes have held up very well over time. When I need a break from writing Waylon remains one of my go-to artists to relax and clear my head.
Listen for yourself!
Lonesome, On’ry And Mean
Not as well known by casual country music fans but a song that should be regarded by all as a true country classic that Waylon recorded during the sunset of his long and storied career:
Where Corn Don’t Grow
And it just don’t get smoother than this…Luckenback, Texas:
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