Here’s a chord/lyric version of the classic ballad. “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” printable text version. E B7 E E Hear the lonesome whippoorwill… Read More »“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” by Hank Williams
Garth Brooks is a very influential figure in the history of country music, even though there are some “real” country singers and musicians who would like to deny it. He could be considered a post-Merle Haggard country/rock/singer/songwriter in various respects. Brooks brought country music to a new audience in the ’90s – mainly, a diverse group of people that might not admit it, but as they listen to his music, they also are hard core rockers, as they turn HIS music down in the car, while blasting “acceptable” rock. Before Brooks, it was unthinkable for a country artist to go multi-platinum. Well……he did. This particular song really screamed out to the country audience, especially with his infamous third verse, that…well….had a bad word in it! This goes to truly show his rebelliousness in the country music industry, and the industry “no choice but to love him or hate him” stance whilst selling more records than anyone at his prime.Read More »Friends In Low Places by Garth Brooks
From Wikipedia: “A Thousand Miles from Nowhere” is the title of a song written and recorded by country music artist Dwight Yoakam. It was released in June 1993 as the second single from his 1993 album This Time. Like his previous single, this song peaked at #2 in the United States and at #3 in Canada.
To play this one you’ll first need to tune your guitar to D-G-D-G-B-E. All you have to do is tune your low E string to a D note and tune your A string down to a G note. This is where a chromatic tuner would come in handy. Every serious guitar player needs an easy to use and accurate tuner at hand.Read More »“Wheels” by Chet Atkins