On Sunday, September 18th at 11 am, join me for this Sunday Morning Country Classic Spotlight as we feature The Highwaymen.

We get started at 9 am with the Country Classic Radio Show at 98.1 FM Minnesota’s New Country, online and on your mobile device.

The Highwaymen became known as a country supergroup.  The band consisted of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson.  The Highwaymen were active from 1985-1995 -- the four artists recorded three major label albums as the Highwaymen, producing three chart singles including the number one “Highwaymen” in 1985.  The four original members starred in only one movie together, the 1986 film “Stagecoach.”  The group’s final release prior to Jennings death in 2002 was the album, "The Road Goes on Forever” with the single, “It is What it Is.”  The four singer then returned to their solo careers.  They came together as friends and that’s the unifying power of The Highwaymen.

The four original members starred in only one movie together, the 1986 film “Stagecoach.”  The group’s final release prior to Jennings death in 2002 was the album, "The Road Goes on Forever” with the single, “It is What it Is.”  The four singer then returned to their solo careers.  They came together as friends and that’s the unifying power of the Highwaymen.

The group’s final release prior to Jennings death in 2002 was the album, "The Road Goes on Forever” with the single, “It is What it Is.”  The four singer then returned to their solo careers.  They came together as friends. And that’s the unifying power of the Highwaymen.

 

 


 

 

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