I have a short list of the greatest country albums of all time. Gary Allan's "Smoke Rings in the Dark" is on my list as is Eric Church and his album "Chief" and another one in my top 5 was released on this date in 1993. It was Dwight Yoakam's "This Time."
There were three country performances and just one award presented during the 2015 Grammys on Sunday night (Feb. 8), but none of those televised events were the best moment from the ceremony. An artist who couldn't make it to the show scores the No. 1 spot on this list of Top 5 Country Moments …
I am a huge Dwight Yoakam fan and am very jacked that he will coming to Denver with Eric Church in January. This is going to be a killer show. We get one of the hottest of the new outlaws and one of the most unique and original artists in our lifetime.
One of my all time favorite singers Dwight Yoakam turns 57 today. I can remember working in a record store when his debut album came out and I could not stop listening to it. Here it is decades later and I am still hooked.
I am a big fan of Dwight Yoakam and have been since I first heard him. He has that unmistakable twang that is just plain cool. He just put out his first new CD of new music in years and it features a really cool song called "Waterfall".
For the first time in 7 years there is new studio album from Dwight Yoakam. I have been a Dwight fan since i first heard "Honky Tonk Man" back in 1986 from his debut album "Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc, Etc."
As you know the Greeley Stampede lineup is out and about now, and the July 2nd finale features a band called Cheap Trick. Some die hard country fans, and maybe a few youngsters out there may not be familiar with these guys. Their biggest hit, 1977's "I Want You To Want Me", wa…