“There was some writing on the garage door and it was actually Johnny Cash’s signature and a note,” Shawna said. “He left a note for Patsy on her garage door.”
The new video from Thompson Square has a distinct mid-20th-century vibe–which is no coincidence, as it was shot inside Patsy Cline’s final residence in Nashville.
When British pop artist Cher Lloyd comes to mind, many fans probably think first of the “Want U Back” singer and X Factor finalist’s sassy songs and those faces she pulls on stage.
Hank Williams has one, Miles Davis has one. So do Patsy Cline, Roy Acuff, Bob Wills, and the Carter Family. Now it’s Johnny’s turn.
They perform a powerful version of “Make the World Go Away,” a Hank Cochran song that appears on Jamey Johnson’s new album, “Living for a Song,” which hits stores this week.
“We’re glad to be here, but we’re very sorry we have to be here. This problem should have been solved long ago.” — Willie Nelson at Farm Aid 2012
The Library of Congress today announced that 25 songs and sound recordings have been added to the National Recording Registry.
Music has had its share of famous fatal crashes. It’s not much of an exaggeration to compare one that happened this week in 1963 to the one that killed rocker [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Buddy Holly[/lastfm] four years earlier.
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Leann Rimes[/lastfm] had yet to reach 14 years old when she released her first (and biggest selling) album, Blue.