Tag Archives: Willie Nelson

Dolly, Willie And Other Stars Sing Tom Petty’s Perennials

May 27, 2024

It’s been more than six years since Tom Petty left this world to embrace eternity, but he had embraced timelessness way earlier, leaving an influential legacy of songs that other artists covered without doing genuine justice to – perhaps, because … Continue reading

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Willie Nelson – A Graphic History

November 4, 2020

NBM Graphic Novels 2020 From the fires of ambition to the heartaches of a fool and beyond: a country outlaw’s road to stardom detailed in sentences and pictures. Traditionally unorthodox: there’s not a lot of people such an oxymoron can … Continue reading

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Elton, Rod, Kid Rock And More Duet With Frankie Miller

August 2, 2016

For all his popularity and brilliance, Frankie Miller remains one underrated artist and songwriter whose pieces are loved by many and have been covered by rock elite. Not able to produce new music after a 1994 brain haemorrhage, the Scotsman still has … Continue reading

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Willie Nelson Delves in Gershwin Standards

January 22, 2016

Since Willie Nelson became an embodiment of country music, many tend to overlook his beginnings when the artist didn’t shy away from crooning and inflecting his vocals in a jazzy manner, so those who see the veteran as an outlaw in bandana … Continue reading

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T. G. SHEPPARD – Legendary Friends & Country Duets

January 6, 2016

Sheppard 2009 / Cleopatra 2015 Also known as “Partners In Rhyme”: country veteran’s linkup with superstars for the sake of the song. These days corralling up “name” collaborators is a surefire formula for those whose own names tend to become … Continue reading

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