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Editors’ Notes

One reason George Strait is considered the flame-keeper of country music verities is the fact that he’s unafraid to leave his heart in a million pieces on the floor. That’s the scenario here on “Blue Melodies” and “I Just Can’t Go on Dying Like This.” Mournful tunes don’t dominate this album (just try to feel anything but chipper during “I Thought I Heard My Heart Sing”). Whether he’s crooning from the depths of sorrow or love’s lofty perch, Strait remains trad country’s most powerful champion.

Customer Reviews

Keep on going King George!

It's not a suprise that George Strait would deliver another classic album filled with passion and true country sounds, great job George!! Hopefully today's artists will learn a thing or two from the living legend.


I am crying to hard right now. First his farewell tour (which I went to, AMAZING, bawled my eyes out for months) & now this might be his last record. I pray to God it goes all the way to the top.

George Strait returns with a vengeance and love!!

George is back and better then ever!! Based upon the clips of the new album, this album is going to be BIG for Strait and I see another 1-2 #1 hits come off this album. Better then 2011's Here For A Good Time and 2009's Twang. Buy it May 14th!! I know I will. Sixty For Sixty!!!


Born: May 18, 1952 in Poteet, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Out of all the country singers to emerge in the 1980s, George Strait stayed the closest to traditional country. Drawing from both the honky tonk and Western swing traditions, Strait didn't refashion the genres; instead, he revitalized them. In the process, he became one of the most popular and influential singers of the era, sparking a wave of neo-traditionalist singers from Randy Travis and Dwight Yoakam to Clint Black, Garth Brooks, and Alan Jackson. Strait was born and raised in Texas, the son...
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