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On May 7, 2013.

On May 7, 2013, “New West Records” label released “American Kid”, the seventh Patty Griffin studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Craig Ross and Patty Griffin.


  • Patty Griffin – vocals, guitar, piano, drunken choir
  • Robert Plant – duet and backing vocals
  • Luther Dickinson – guitar, slide guitar, banjo, drunken choir
  • Doug Lancio – mandolin, guitar, baritone guitar, drunken choir
  • Craig Ross – guitar, baritone guitar, bass, organ, piano, percussion, Omnichord, backing vocals
  • Byron House – bowed bass
  • John Deaderick – organ, piano
  • Cody Dickinson – drums, percussion, jug, drunken choir
  • Mike Poole – mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Patty Griffin, except where noted.

  1. Go Wherever You Wanna Go
  2. Don’t Let Me Die in Florida
  3. Ohio
  4. Wild Old Dog
  5. Mom & Dad Waltz – Lefty Frizzell
  6. Faithful Son
  7. Highway Song – Patty Griffin, Robert Plant
  8. That Kind of Lonely
  9. Irish Boy
  10. Get Ready Marie
  11. Not a Bad Man
  12. Gonna Miss You When You’re Gone

On January 2, 1968.

On January 2, 1968, “Capitol” label released “Sing Me Back Home”, the fifth Merle Haggard studio album. It was recorded April, July, September, November 1967, at “Capitol Records” in Hollywood, and was produced by Ken Nelson.


  • Merle Haggard – vocals, guitar
  • Roy Nichols– guitar
  • Glen Campbell– guitar
  • Billy Mize– guitar
  • Lewis Talley – guitar
  • George French – piano
  • Jerry Ward – bass
  • Eddie Burns – drums
  • Bonnie Owens– harmony vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Merle Haggard; except where noted.

  1. Sing Me Back Home
  2. Look Over Me
  3. Son of Hickory Holler’s Tramp – Dallas Frazier
  4. Wine Take Me Away – Tommy Collins, Merle Haggard
  5. If You See My Baby – Eddie Miller, Bob Morris
  6. Where Does the Good Times Go – Buck Owens
  7. I’ll Leave the Bottle on the Bar
  8. My Past Is Present – Merle Haggard, Wynn Stewart
  9. Home Is Where a Kid Grows Up – Merle Haggard, Wynn Stewart, Bob Wills
  10. Mom and Dad’s Waltz – Lefty Frizzell
  11. Good Times
  12. Seeing Eye Dog


On September 8, 2017.

On September 8, 2017, Donald Ray Williams died aged 78. He was singer and songwriter, known by the nick name “Gentle Giant” of the country music. He had 17 number one country hits, and his songs has been covered by many artists including Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton, Waylon Jennings, Pete Townshend, Claude Russell Bridges, Lefty Frizzell, Josh Turner,  Sonny James, Alison Krauss,  Billy Dean,  Charley Pride, Kenny Rogers,  Lambchop,  Alan Jackson, Tomeu Penya, and Bonnie “Prince” Billy. In 2010, he was inducted in the “Country Music Hall of Fame”.