Silver Eagle Concerts

  1. Silver Eagle The syndicated radio show broadcast country's best and brightest artists nationwide in the 1970s and 80s, from Alabama to Waylon Jennings and everyone in-between.
  2. Carl Perkins Boppin' the Lone Star Lone Star Cafe May 17, 1983 The rockabilly pioneer, who was born in 1932, sings his signature tunes "Boppin' the Blues" and "Honey Don't" in this '83 set.
  3. Chet Atkins live in Nashville, 1985 Nashville Jun 6, 1985 Mr. Guitar Goes to Music City
  4. Waylon Jennings at Opryland, 1983 Opryland Oct 14, 1983 The outlaw country star, born in 1937, sings his classic "Amanda" and the hit single "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys."
  5. Jerry Jeff Walker, 1982 Lone Star Cafe Aug 19, 1982 Listen to the singer-songwriter perform his classic "Mr. Bojangles" along with "Still Around" and others from Cowjazz in 1982.
  6. Randy Travis at Music Village USA Music Village USA Jul 16, 1986 Hear the face of the '80s neo-traditional country movement's distinctive baritone on "Diggin' Up Bones" and "I Told You So."
  7. Tammy Wynette live in Kentucky, 1981 Executive Inn Mar 28, 1981 Ms. Wynette was one of country music's stars in 1981. This show demonstrates why - she's a force, with a crack backing band to match.
  8. David Allan Coe's Outlaw Anthems Memorial Stadium Bonifay Jan 21, 1984 The prolific country singer-songwriter performs his "Longhaired Redneck" and "Take This Job and Shove It" in 1984.
  9. Getting' Rowdy With Hank, Jr. Von Braun Center Jan 1, 1986 Hear the son of the country icon sing "All My Rowdy Friends" and "My Name is Bocephus" in this 1986 concert.
  10. The Judds in Hampton, Virginia, '85 Hampton Coliseum Oct 27, 1985 Wynonna Judd joins mother Naomi on hits "GIrls' Night Out" and "Mama He's Crazy," and Little Richard's "Rip It Up."
  11. Best of Silver Eagle
    1. Waylon Jennings at Opryland, 1983
    2. The Judds in Hampton, Virginia, '85
    3. George Strait in the Big Apple
    4. Glen Campbell, 1985
    5. Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam X
    6. Dolly Parton's New York City Debut
    7. Merle Haggard in Memphis
    8. Reba McEntire Breaks Through
    9. Marshall Tucker Band in SF
    10. Mel Tillis at the Grand Ole Opry
  12. George Strait in the Big Apple Lone Star Cafe Apr 28, 1984 The neo-traditional country icon performs "I Can't See Texas From Here" and "Honky Tonk Crazy" at NYC's Lone Star Cafe.
  13. Glen Campbell, 1985 War Memorial Auditorium Greensboro Mar 2, 1985 The singer-guitarist performs his hits "Galveston," "Gentle On My Mind" and "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" in this '85 set.
  14. Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam X Municipal Auditorium Dec 11, 1984 The guitarist-singer-fiddler welcomes country legends Roy Acuff and Tammy Wynette along with Ronnie Milsap and Amy Grant in this '84 set.
  15. Dolly Parton's New York City Debut Bottom Line May 14, 1977 The country star performs "Jolene," "Coat of Many Colors" and her signature tune "I Will Always Love You" in this 1977 Bottom Line show.
  16. Merle Haggard in Memphis Mud Island Amphitheatre Jul 10, 1983 Hear the country icon performing with the Strangers in this 1983 set from Memphis.