It’s the song that started it all for George Strait. Believe it or not, it actually took a few tries before the King would nab his first No. 1 on the country charts. 59 others would follow during a 33-year (and counting) career. Do you remember which song hit the top of the charts first?
Oh no! In what seems to be a Halloween takeover, zombies have descended on Nashville. Officials are warning area residents -- and country music fans in general -- to stay away from any artist suspected to have a taste for flesh.
George Strait may have already made his last stop on the Cowboy Rides Away Tour, but the record breaking hasn't stopped. Strait's final concert in Arlington, Texas broke not just attendance records -- the singer has also topped an even bigger ticket sales record!
George Strait is known for timeless country music, and his always-present black cowboy hat. At his final Cowboy Rides Away Tour stop, the singer tossed his hat into the audience, and one lucky man caught it -- and he plans on keeping it.
A George Strait concert by itself is a memorable occasion, but the June 7 show that marks the last time fans will be able to see him perform songs like "All My Ex's Live in Texas," "You Look So Good in Live" and "I Cross My Heart" certainly holds more weight.
George Strait is playing his farewell The Cowboy Rides Away tour this year with a final show in Dallas, Texas. We know that no self-respecting country fan would want to miss it so we're giving you an opportunity to go.