Frequently referred to as “the Mount Rushmore of country music,” The Highwaymen – Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, and Kris Kristofferson – were American country music’s first bona fide supergroup, an epic quartet comprised of the outlaw country genre’s pioneering stars. An essential musical and cultural influence, the Grammy-winning group was active from 1985 – 1995: recording three albums, touring the world and acting in the movie Stagecoach (1986).
The life of the folk singer and songwriting artist and the evolution of her work over three decades.
A portrait of an American woman who helped pioneer the fresher and simpler cuisine that emerged in California in the later 1970s.
A retrospective on the history and work of the famous American school for academic mastery of the performing arts.
A biography of the influential actor and director of silent film classics and his contributions to character expression and make-up effects.
An up-close look at the songs and lifestyle of the popular country western personality.