Discussion in 'Music' started by too larry, Nov 16, 2017.
Those sands of time are always falling.
Why Kris Kristoffersons acting career was bigger than his singing career is a mystery to me.
The Highway Men were the outlaw country super group. They all did a movie, Stagecoach the year after they got together. That was 1986, but he had done a ton of movies by them. Pat Garret and Billy the Kid was the biggie I guess. That was early 70's. I googled him, and he has been in over 80 movies.
Sorry, it didnt translate well in text. I was being sarcastic about his singing. Hes an actor and he sings like it lol. He was well known far before The Highway Men and not for his vocals haha
Seemed to me as though he was the oddball of the Highway Men.
Hiccups and all.
For sure he was known as a song writer for good reason. I heard him say that not many years in the past he had been cleaning the ashtrays of guys like Jennings, Cash and Nelson. He wasn't sure how he wound up on stage with them.
I just heard Mel Tillis died a while back. I always admired his toughness, even if his music wasn't my thing.
Wheeler walker jr. You'e welcome
I wanna play.
Not too keen on country music in general.
But I like these takes on this genre.
Not a big country fan but Alan Jackson , Here in the real world is a goodone.
Hank williams, willie, merl hagard, any old outlaw country.
Like most genres of music the new stuff sucks ass lol
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