Monday, July 15 2013
Three of country music's biggest names, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, and how they changed one of America's most conservative music scenes.
Thursday, February 4 2010
Thursday, December 4 2008
An incendiary performance on an iconic stage from a larger-than-life legend like this is mighty special.
Thursday, May 10 2007
Subversive behavior is encouraged, girl-watching is indulged, Hunter S. Thompson gets some respect, and the pig-out at the wrap-up Awards Barbeque begins.
Thursday, March 1 2007
Waylon's a cult fave for the young, hipster country rock set, and it's easy to see why: not just because his son Shooter is keeping his memory alive but also because the big daddy knew how to rock it.
Wednesday, December 6 2006
The effort to share music with fellow travelers and the appreciative Austin audience is a key part of that painful, uncertain effort to reach insight and express meaning through the music.
Wednesday, October 11 2006
The Waylon Jennings boxset Nashville Rebel gives reason to consider Jennings as not just a country-music outlaw, but a Wurlitzer Prize winner, whose voice from a jukebox can erase all the pain in the world just by giving voice to it.
Thursday, March 23 2006
It's hard to go wrong with a DVD comprised of Waylon Jennings playing a healthy collection of his best songs.
Wednesday, March 23 2005
Embracing NASCAR, stunt driving, and short shorts, the series had such a good time being ridiculous that it was often fun to tag along.
Thursday, April 15 2004
The album has about two-thirds of essentials and one-third of filler or material that is far from required listening. A better bet would be the recent live album.