Cowboy Rock Songs (Part One)

Oh, Mama, I’ve been years on the lam, And had a high price on my head, Lawman said, “Get him dead or alive”, Now it’s for sure he’ll see me dead

I’ve always enjoyed westerns and stories of cowboys. Some rock artists have songs that deal with or at least mention these wild west heroes. I’ll find a few of those here, give you a little history, the lyrics, and link the music below. Enjoy, partner.

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Alison Krauss & Union Station

The voice of an angel

by Doyle Tatum

Melody Hill was the Circle Sky Records official magazine while we were open between 2002 and 2010. This is the color cover of issue number 3. The photo was taken by me before Circle Sky even opened. We were at my house painting the LP, CD, and 45 stands for the new store. I had some primer left in the spray gun and while cleaning it out I painted Circle Sky on the side of my shed. I thought it would be funny to make it look like Donnie Thompson and Richard Golden had gotten in trouble for this and were being made clean it off!

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Glen Campbell checks all the boxes as a talented, influential musician who sold a lot of records and was revered by his peers. He’s also an underrated guitar player and one of the most gifted artists whose reputation in Nashville is stellar.

I’m not a fan. The building is cool. I’ve been there, it was nice. The exhibits were spectacular and I highly recommend that you visit if you’re in Cleveland, Ohio. Do I think they are doing a good job with the inductees? No.

I agree with Black Sabbath superstar Ozzy Osborne who said…

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