Jack Wesley Routh
JackWesley Routh has the extremely rare type of talent that led Johnny Cash to sign him the very first time Cash heard him. And now, more than 30 years later, the world will at last get to hear first-hand the music of the writer whose songs have long been recorded by superstars including Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Linda Ronstadt. Best of all, fans and Radio will also be able to hear Jack's recording of "When The Trains Come Back," a lost treasure that he and Johnny Cash wrote in the 1970s, but which had never even been demoed until Routh rediscovered the song and recorded it on his new album Another Season.
48th Annual Grammy Award Winner
The Connection | Emmylou Harris
Track from: The Very Best Of Emmylou Harris: Heartaches & Highways
[Warner Bros. Records / Rhino]