Malta, Tom Paul Glaser, Texas discussed on The Morning News

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

The of two thousand seventeen but rather his musical roots oh man never no jabul peration from the outlaw country music movement of the 1970s as malta's artis those include willie nelson tom paul glaser and the man hurled dedicated the album to waylon jennings load leaving well done that leaves i've been listening to honky tonk heroes which is a whaler ginger kudos maiden and this vade seventy two was 73 take him around the clock rca and action could come aware i'd come from what convinced me to go to nashville growing up in south texas also see never fit in with the cowboy culture surrounding him being kind of a hip kid but a hippie kids i've always were cowboy boots and always listened to some country music because i knew that you now the johnny cash shows a big deal to me because that was the one place i could see merle haggard and derek him a domino's but by blending rock balkan country music i'll walk country artists were able to connect hippies and cowboys role specifically recalls one millie nelson concert he attended while the hit the math of sand and they were all sitting on the dance floor and some of the cowboys a dance by his pack of small the back as they went by willie saw it stops right in the middle of something and said hey there's room for some the sit for sundance all moved the nashville in 1974 when he was only nineteen years old when i got there the the lunatics rain charges the silent it took hurled twelve years of songwriting and cutting demos to have his first major album released itartass on the outcome has been gold certified and rolling stone recognised it as one of the five hundred greatest albums of all time wow but as early career grew so did an addiction to drugs i was completely full time addicts by the time i made copperhead road and toward the support that record in the hard way i don't know how that tour guide done following arrested 1993 in 1994 earl was allowed to go to a treatment center it was there he saw the television movie my name is build w which is based on the founding of.

Coming up next