Whether it’s a railing, electric solo that makes listeners want to break out their best air guitar, a stripped-down acoustic rhythm that’s vital to a song’s foundation or a twang-fueled riff that fills up the honky-tonk dance floor, the guitar is the star of countless iconic country songs.
It's time once again for Hallowen, the night the kids go out and get candy so that we parents can steal it piece by piece as they sleep. There are a lot of songs out there, such as "Midnight In Montgomery" or "Better Dig Two", that deal with haunting themes.
However for my Country Throwback this week, I thought I'd go back 40 years for a song that actually name checks some cla
He’s a legend today, but Buck Owens wasn’t born into country music royalty — in fact, he struggled for years as a session musician and performer, releasing a series of little-known recordings for smaller labels.
Next month, thanks to a compilation scheduled for release by Rockbeat Records, fans will get a new chance to hear some of Owens’ earliest recordings for themselves.