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ACM Artist Interview: Thompson Square
Country’s best and brightest sit down with CBS.com on the eve of the ACM Awards.
Thompson Square talk about how inspiration can come from anywhere and a good song can pop up uexpectedly.

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Merle Haggard to get tributes from ACM Artists
Country Music Hall of Famer Merle Haggard will be the focus of two tributes next month — one an album of the singer’s hits recorded by current country stars, the other from the Academy of Country Music.
Luke Bryan, Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean and Toby Keith are among the artists lending their voices to Working Man’s Poet: A Tribute to Merle Haggard, out April 1 on Broken Bow Records. During the 49th annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 6 — Haggard’s 77th birthday — he’ll be the recipient of a multi-artist tribute segment and receive the ACM’s Crystal Milestone award, honoring his 50th anniversary in country music.
"He’s one of the purest voices ever in country music," says Bryan, who will co-host the ACMs telecast with Blake Shelton. "He’s had such an extraordinary life, so many things to draw from for songs. It’s amazing just how many things that guy has been through and seen through the years."
Haggard had his first hit, Sing a Sad Song, in 1964, and he topped the Billboard country singles chart 38 times between 1967 and 1988 with songs including Okie From Muskogee, Mama Tried and The Fightin’ Side of Me. He won the ACM’s first entertainer of the year award, in 1970, and the academy has named him its top male vocalist a record-setting six times.
Bryan duets with Dierks Bentley on Working Man’s Poet, singing Pancho and Lefty, a Townes Van Zandt song that Haggard and Willie Nelson took to the top of the country charts in 1983.
"The original had a Spanish-Mexican flair," Bryan says. "We took a real different approach with it." Bryan and producer Jeff Stevens envisioned the new version in the vein of Mumford & Sons, "something with some edge that moves along pretty good. It’s an interesting take."
Aldean covers a pair of Haggard’s early ’80s songs, Going Where the Lonely Go andAre the Good Times Really Over, while Keith remakes the 1972 chart-topper Carolyn.Jake Owen, Randy Houser, Thompson Square and Joe Nichols also contributed tracks.
Working Man’s Poet will be available digitally through iTunes. Physical copies of the album, sold only at Walmart, will include Brooks’ version of Haggard’s 1966 hit Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down, which also appeared on his recent box set for the retailer.
The set also includes two songs recorded by Haggard’s youngest son, Ben Haggard, who plays guitar in his father’s band, The Strangers.
Previous winners of the Crystal Milestone Award include Aldean, Brooks, Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift.
The ACM Awards will air live on CBS (8 p.m. ET/tape delay PT) from Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Here’s the track listing for Working Man’s Poet: A Tribute to Merle Haggard:
Misery and Gin, Randy Houser
Footlights, Joe Nichols
Going Where the Lonely Go, Jason Aldean
Today I Started Loving You Again, Kristy Lee Cook
Carolyn, Toby Keith
Pancho and Lefty, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley
Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down, Garth Brooks (Walmart edition only)
You Take Me for Granted, Thompson Square
Mama Tried, Ben Haggard
That’s the Way Love Goes, Dustin Lynch
Make Up and Faded Blue Jeans, Jake Owen
I’m a Lonesome Fugitive, James Wesley
Workin’ Man Blues, Parmalee
Are the Good Times Really Over, Jason Aldean
Let’s Chase Each Other Around the Room, Thompson Square
I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink, Dustin Lynch
The Fightin’ Side of Me, James Wesley
My Favorite Memory, Joe Nichols
Ramblin’ Fever, Randy Houser
Sing Me Back Home, Ben Haggard

By Brian Mansfield, USA Today

Merle Haggard to get tributes from ACM Artists

Country Music Hall of Famer Merle Haggard will be the focus of two tributes next month — one an album of the singer’s hits recorded by current country stars, the other from the Academy of Country Music.

Luke Bryan, Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean and Toby Keith are among the artists lending their voices to Working Man’s Poet: A Tribute to Merle Haggard, out April 1 on Broken Bow Records. During the 49th annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 6 — Haggard’s 77th birthday — he’ll be the recipient of a multi-artist tribute segment and receive the ACM’s Crystal Milestone award, honoring his 50th anniversary in country music.

"He’s one of the purest voices ever in country music," says Bryan, who will co-host the ACMs telecast with Blake Shelton. "He’s had such an extraordinary life, so many things to draw from for songs. It’s amazing just how many things that guy has been through and seen through the years."

Haggard had his first hit, Sing a Sad Song, in 1964, and he topped the Billboard country singles chart 38 times between 1967 and 1988 with songs including Okie From Muskogee, Mama Tried and The Fightin’ Side of Me. He won the ACM’s first entertainer of the year award, in 1970, and the academy has named him its top male vocalist a record-setting six times.

Bryan duets with Dierks Bentley on Working Man’s Poet, singing Pancho and Lefty, a Townes Van Zandt song that Haggard and Willie Nelson took to the top of the country charts in 1983.

"The original had a Spanish-Mexican flair," Bryan says. "We took a real different approach with it." Bryan and producer Jeff Stevens envisioned the new version in the vein of Mumford & Sons, "something with some edge that moves along pretty good. It’s an interesting take."

Aldean covers a pair of Haggard’s early ’80s songs, Going Where the Lonely Go andAre the Good Times Really Over, while Keith remakes the 1972 chart-topper Carolyn.Jake Owen, Randy Houser, Thompson Square and Joe Nichols also contributed tracks.

Working Man’s Poet will be available digitally through iTunes. Physical copies of the album, sold only at Walmart, will include Brooks’ version of Haggard’s 1966 hit Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down, which also appeared on his recent box set for the retailer.

The set also includes two songs recorded by Haggard’s youngest son, Ben Haggard, who plays guitar in his father’s band, The Strangers.

Previous winners of the Crystal Milestone Award include Aldean, Brooks, Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift.

The ACM Awards will air live on CBS (8 p.m. ET/tape delay PT) from Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Here’s the track listing for Working Man’s Poet: A Tribute to Merle Haggard:

Misery and Gin, Randy Houser

Footlights, Joe Nichols

Going Where the Lonely Go, Jason Aldean

Today I Started Loving You Again, Kristy Lee Cook

Carolyn, Toby Keith

Pancho and Lefty, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley

Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down, Garth Brooks (Walmart edition only)

You Take Me for Granted, Thompson Square

Mama Tried, Ben Haggard

That’s the Way Love Goes, Dustin Lynch

Make Up and Faded Blue Jeans, Jake Owen

I’m a Lonesome Fugitive, James Wesley

Workin’ Man Blues, Parmalee

Are the Good Times Really Over, Jason Aldean

Let’s Chase Each Other Around the Room, Thompson Square

I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink, Dustin Lynch

The Fightin’ Side of Me, James Wesley

My Favorite Memory, Joe Nichols

Ramblin’ Fever, Randy Houser

Sing Me Back Home, Ben Haggard

By Brian Mansfield, USA Today

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Happy Birthday Keifer!

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Happy Birthday Keifer!

Thompson Square has released the Lyric Video for their next single: Testing The Water!

If you weren’t wanting summer before, you definitely will be wanting it now! Enjoy this video, but keep requesting Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About as it is getting close to #1. It currently is sitting at #5!

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Happy Birthday Keifer!!! Be Sure to Request Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About to radio!

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Happy Birthday Keifer!!! Be Sure to Request Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About to radio!

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.@CMChatLive did Anagrams for Country Music Artists. These are some of our favorites! It’s their actual name rearranged into words! 

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A little sailing in Sydney harbor today. amazing!

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A little sailing in Sydney harbor today. amazing!

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@shawnpennington: Sailing Sydney Harbour!! #LifeIsGood @thompsonsquare

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@shawnpennington: Sailing Sydney Harbour!! #LifeIsGood @thompsonsquare