Who Won the 1983
ACM Awards Song Of The Year

Merle Haggard

("Are the Good Times Really Over")

1982 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner
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1983 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Merle Haggard News

Ben Haggard on Honoring Merle, Traditional Country and Blazing ...

Wide Open Country
Ben Haggard, the youngest son of Merle Haggard, is carrying on his father's legacy and setting his sights on a solo album and career in country music.

1983 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Merle Haggard News

An undeniable past: Will Oldham talks about his new album of Merle Haggard covers

Louisville Eccentric Observer
Will Oldham, under his consistent moniker Bonnie “Prince” Billy, recently released a collection of Merle Haggard covers called Best Troubador, a wide-ranging, carefully-selected double album that spans from the mid-1960s to the early-2010s, covering ...

1983 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Merle Haggard News

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy: 'I've never had a hit song, and I never will'

The Guardian
Merle Haggard wasn't dead when Oldham began making Best Troubador, an album of songs first recorded by Haggard. By April of 2016, Oldham had already played a live show of all Haggard material, and was well into the recording process. On 6 April ...

1983 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Merle Haggard News

Sing Me Back Home

A Magazine of American Culture
Merle Haggard was a real American. At its best, his music was folk art, Americana poetry, each song capturing a snapshot of his people's story. There was nothing phony about Haggard, and his music and songwriting showed what country music can ...

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