In a time when many country music fans complain that new artists are just playing pop music with fiddles, Crossroads has come into their own. Dedicated to keeping classic country music alive and healthy, Crossroads ambles down the dusty two-lane blacktop called Memory Lane, picking up riders along the way.
Serious country music fans can again sing along with golden hits from Hank Williams, A.P. Carter, Ernest Tubb, Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves and Johnny Cash. Merle Haggard is back and so is George Jones. The boys will slip in a few newer tunes from young country music upstarts like Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn and others, but most of Crossroads music is pure country gold.
The 1950s was a special time in America and Crossroads remembers the revolutionary rockabilly sound that came drifting out of a small record company on Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee. The music changed the world and fans will remember Elvis, Jerry Lee, Carl Perkins and Chuck Berry. Hear it all again and let the music carry you away to a better time and place.
The appeal of Crossroads is nothing new. In fact, it's very old. Thanks to music executives who have been manufacturing "stars" on a glossy country music assembly-line, real country music has been missing from the airwaves.
In answer to that, Crossroads has only one thing to say -
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