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"The Queen of Country Music” is still going strong after more than 50 years of music.
How Fats Domino’s brand of New Orleans rhythm & blues morphed into rock 'n' roll.
Find out why The Highwaymen were often called "The Mount Rushmore of Country Music."
Concert footage of Willie Nelson Sings "Always On My Mind" at Nassau Coliseum in 1990.
How did Kris Kristofferson convince Johnny Cash to record his songs?
How The Highwayman music video caused a massive havoc at the Glen Canyon Bridge
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The story behind the pioneering outlaw country music supergroup.
Janis Joplin thrilled audiences and blazed new creative trails before her death at age 27.
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