The prolific songwriter and Country Music Hall of Famer died on this day in 1992. Hear him sing "Damn Me" and "England Swings" in 1982.
The matriarch of country music's first family died on this day in 1978. Hear her sing "Keep on the Sunny Side" and "Wildwood Flower."
The Texas singer-songwriter and leader of Buddy Holly's backing band performs his "I Fought the Law," "Walk Right Back" and "Good Old Girls."
The prolific singer-songwriter and great guit-picker died on this day in 1983. Hear his humorous ditties and monstrous chops from 1965-66.
The Texas singer-songwriter delivers gritty story songs like "Count Your Blessings" and "Drunken Poet's Dream" in this intimate 2012 set.
The family band creates an appealing four-part vocal blend on tunes like "Smooth Southern Highway" and "Long Tall Texan" in this 1982 set.
The Red Headed Stranger and outlaw country superstar performs his classics "Whiskey River," "Crazy," "Night Life" and "On the Road Again."
The country star sings her 1973 hit "Country Sunshine" and delivers a moving take on Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" in 1982.
The three Texas musicians perform "There's Your Trouble" and other tunes from their breakthrough album Wide Open Spaces in this '98 set.
The country superstar performs "I Can't See Texas From Here," "If You Think I Am Crazy Now" and other tunes from Strait From the Heart.
The Texas singer-songwriter sheds his honky tonky image for more literate, flamenco-flavored fare from Letter to Laredo in this 1995 set.
The Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter performs his hits "Louisiana Saturday Night" and "Big Ol' Brew" and other tunes from I'm Countrified.