It's not history, it's the secret history of country music's biggest stars, best songs and most notorious outlaws. Host Adison Haager and Taste of Country's Billy Dukes explore the stories behind country music's biggest mysteries and hottest trends.
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Willie Nelson's Darkest Days
You don't get to be a great teller of sad stories without living a few and Willie Nelson has certainly lived a few. In 1991, his oldest son Billy died, something Nelson understandably considers to be the hardest moment of his life. This episode of the Secret History of Country Music Podcast finds Adison Haager and Billy Dukes exploring the life and death of William Hugh Nelson Jr., and a dark time in Willie Nelson's life.
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Miranda Lambert Wasn't Just Broke or Poor
This episode of Secret History of Country Music started with an observation that led to a total understanding of who Miranda Lambert is as a singer, songwriter and woman. Taste of Country's Adison Haager and Billy Dukes explore "The House That Built Me" as a way of understanding who she truly is.
For a full list of sources, visit: https://tasteofcountry.com/miranda-lambert-cries-during-concerts-secret-history-of-country-music-podcast/
Why George Strait Isn't In the Grand Ole Opry
George Strait has more No. 1 hits than any artist, is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and generally considered to be a Mount Rushmore artist. So why has he only played the Grand Ole Opry once in 40 years, and why has he never been asked to be a member.
For a full list of sources, visit: https://tasteofcountry.com/george-strait-grand-ole-opry-secret-history-of-country-music-podcast/
Carrie Underwood's Big, Bold Decision
Carrie Underwood was on a plane when she made a decision that changed the course of her career. The sweet, 22-year-old midwesterner had just won American Idol and was choosing songs for her debut album when a song began that was the true antithesis of everything she knew and believed in.
For a full list of sources, visit: https://tasteofcountry.com/carrie-underwood-before-he-cheats-secret-history-of-country-music-podcast/
You should do more episodes with reba they are so funny she should have did all of that stuff on the balloon that would have been amazing!! Maybe next time reba
Your episode about George Strait and the Grand Ole Opry is full of terrible mis-information. And it’s “Ole” not “Old”