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Birthname: Waylon Arnold Jennings
Nationality: American
Born: Jun 15 1937
Died: Feb 13 2002 (64 years old)


Biography

EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOR THE RELEASE OF
GOIN’ DOWN ROCKIN’:
The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings

COUNTRY SUPERSTARS
ROSANNE CASH AND KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
RAVE ABOUT THE COLLECTION

DUE SEPTEMBER 2012
ON SAGUARO ROAD RECORDS

Nashville, TN --- One of Nashville’s most anticipated albums continues to build a heady buzz as early tracks from Goin’ Down Rockin’: The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings are previewed to longtime friends and fans of the outlaw country legend. The songs have been met with bittersweet excitement and warmly embraced by those who knew him best. Recorded shortly before ... Read more

EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOR THE RELEASE OF
GOIN’ DOWN ROCKIN’:
The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings

COUNTRY SUPERSTARS
ROSANNE CASH AND KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
RAVE ABOUT THE COLLECTION

DUE SEPTEMBER 2012
ON SAGUARO ROAD RECORDS

Nashville, TN --- One of Nashville’s most anticipated albums continues to build a heady buzz as early tracks from Goin’ Down Rockin’: The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings are previewed to longtime friends and fans of the outlaw country legend. The songs have been met with bittersweet excitement and warmly embraced by those who knew him best. Recorded shortly before his death in 2002, Goin’ Down Rockin’ will be available on September 11 (Saguaro Road Records).

Rosanne Cash marveled, “There was never an artist like Waylon Jennings. It's such a joy to hear his honest voice, his integrity and his quintessential badassness on this new record. What a great thing for posterity that these recordings exist and were finished by Robby Turner with such care and honor.” Kris Kristofferson, who toured alongside Jennings in the Highwaymen, added, “The pure beauty of Waylon's voice - unlike any other I ever heard - has the powerful honesty and heart of the man himself. Like his outlaw companions Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash, they broke the mold when they made him. I do believe ‘I Do Believe’ is the only one of these I've heard before, and I could listen to it forever."

Jennings wrote 11 of the 12 songs on Goin’ Down Rockin’, 11 of which have never been released before. He recorded them with his accompanist Robby Turner, but died before they could be completed. A decade later, Turner painstakingly finished the tracks to Jennings’ specifications, working with musicians such as Reggie Young, Richie Albright and tour mate Tony Joe White.

One of the all time greatest country music vocalists, Jennings was also the founder of the Outlaw movement, received two Grammy Awards, and multiple Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards. 11 of his albums hit #1 on the country charts, with 16 #1 singles. In all, 54 of Jennings’ albums have charted and more than 100 singles cracked the country and pop charts. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOR THE RELEASE OF
GOIN’ DOWN ROCKIN’:
The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings

COUNTRY SUPERSTARS
ROSANNE CASH AND KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
RAVE ABOUT THE COLLECTION

DUE SEPTEMBER 2012
ON SAGUARO ROAD RECORDS

Nashville, TN --- One of Nashville’s most anticipated albums continues to build a heady buzz as early tracks from Goin’ Down Rockin’: The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings are previewed to longtime friends and fans of the outlaw country legend. The songs have been met with bittersweet excitement and warmly embraced by those who knew him best. Recorded shortly before his death in 2002, Goin’ Down Rockin’ will be available on September 11 (Saguaro Road Records).

Rosanne Cash marveled, “There was never an artist like Waylon Jennings. It's such a joy to hear his honest voice, his integrity and his quintessential badassness on this new record. What a great thing for posterity that these recordings exist and were finished by Robby Turner with such care and honor.” Kris Kristofferson, who toured alongside Jennings in the Highwaymen, added, “The pure beauty of Waylon's voice - unlike any other I ever heard - has the powerful honesty and heart of the man himself. Like his outlaw companions Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash, they broke the mold when they made him. I do believe ‘I Do Believe’ is the only one of these I've heard before, and I could listen to it forever."

Jennings wrote 11 of the 12 songs on Goin’ Down Rockin’, 11 of which have never been released before. He recorded them with his accompanist Robby Turner, but died before they could be completed. A decade later, Turner painstakingly finished the tracks to Jennings’ specifications, working with musicians such as Reggie Young, Richie Albright and tour mate Tony Joe White.

One of the all time greatest country music vocalists, Jennings was also the founder of the Outlaw movement, received two Grammy Awards, and multiple Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards. 11 of his albums hit #1 on the country charts, with 16 #1 singles. In all, 54 of Jennings’ albums have charted and more than 100 singles cracked the country and pop charts. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOR THE RELEASE OF
GOIN’ DOWN ROCKIN’:
The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings

COUNTRY SUPERSTARS
ROSANNE CASH AND KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
RAVE ABOUT THE COLLECTION

DUE SEPTEMBER 2012
ON SAGUARO ROAD RECORDS

Nashville, TN --- One of Nashville’s most anticipated albums continues to build a heady buzz as early tracks from Goin’ Down Rockin’: The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings are previewed to longtime friends and fans of the outlaw country legend. The songs have been met with bittersweet excitement and warmly embraced by those who knew him best. Recorded shortly before his death in 2002, Goin’ Down Rockin’ will be available on September 11 (Saguaro Road Records).

Rosanne Cash marveled, “There was never an artist like Waylon Jennings. It's such a joy to hear his honest voice, his integrity and his quintessential badassness on this new record. What a great thing for posterity that these recordings exist and were finished by Robby Turner with such care and honor.” Kris Kristofferson, who toured alongside Jennings in the Highwaymen, added, “The pure beauty of Waylon's voice - unlike any other I ever heard - has the powerful honesty and heart of the man himself. Like his outlaw companions Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash, they broke the mold when they made him. I do believe ‘I Do Believe’ is the only one of these I've heard before, and I could listen to it forever."

Jennings wrote 11 of the 12 songs on Goin’ Down Rockin’, 11 of which have never been released before. He recorded them with his accompanist Robby Turner, but died before they could be completed. A decade later, Turner painstakingly finished the tracks to Jennings’ specifications, working with musicians such as Reggie Young, Richie Albright and tour mate Tony Joe White.

One of the all time greatest country music vocalists, Jennings was also the founder of the Outlaw movement, received two Grammy Awards, and multiple Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards. 11 of his albums hit #1 on the country charts, with 16 #1 singles. In all, 54 of Jennings’ albums have charted and more than 100 singles cracked the country and pop charts. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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