Merle and his band the Strangers' show at Philadelphia's Civic Centre on 14 February 1970 became a gold-selling, No. 1 live album.
Willie Nelson will make a guest appearance on Detour, the forthcoming country album by pop favourite Cyndi Lauper, due for release in May 2016.
Red Simpson, who came to prominence as a country singer and writer and was an architect of the genre’s noted Bakersfield Sound, died on Friday (8) at 81.
Brothers Osborne, the sibling duo of CMA Award nominees John and TJ Osborne, will have their debut album 'Pawn Shop' released 15 January on EMI Nashville.
2015 was a year of landmarks and exciting happenings in country music, celebrated in uDiscover's latest 20 Songs playlist.
Released when Merle was 29, the 'Swinging Doors' album was his second studio release with his band the Strangers.
'Moanin' The Blues,' which entered the country chart on 18 November 1950, became Hank's next No. 1 in the last week of the year.
These are the real heroes of country music: those who raised merry hell, that didn’t give a damn what anybody thought and spat in the face of authority.
In the wake of Merle Haggard's triumphant collaboration with Willie Nelson, Django & Jimmie, let's reDiscover Merle's 1965 debut album Strangers.
Here to whet your appetite is uDiscover's sampler of 20 classic tunes that have helped to define one of America's greatest genres of music, country.
Johnny Meeks, the American guitarist who made his name when he replaced Cliff Gallup in Gene Vincent’s Blue Caps, died on July 30 at the age of 78.
Don Henley will release his new solo album ‘Cass County’ on September 25 on Capitol, and has shared the Dolly Parton duet from it, ‘When I Stop Dreaming.'
Loretta Lynn has landed her 13th ACM (Academy of Country Music) Award, as one of the “off-camera” recipients ahead of the 2015 ceremony on April 19.
In March 1984, the album gave the Texan country star his first-ever appearance on the pop LP chart.