Crystal Gayle and Lee Greenwood
Lee Greenwood is an ICON in country music, with more than 30 albums to his credit. In fact, MCA released an album in 2013 called ICON.
With seven #1 songs & 25 charted singles his hits include: “It Turns Me Inside Out”, “Ring On Her Finger Time on Her Hands”, ”She’s Lyin”, “I don’t Mind the Thorns if You’re the Rose”, “Dixie Road”, “Somebody’s Gonna Love You”, “Going Going Gone”, “You Got A Good Love Comin”, “Fools Gold”, and “Mornin Ride”. Several cross over hits include, “Touch & Go Crazy”, “IOU” and the duet with Barbara Mandrell, “To Me”. An additional duet with Suzie Boggus, “Hopelessly Yours”, was nominated for a Grammy. The CD “American Patriot”, recorded & released in 1992, went Platinum in 3 months.
Crystal encapsulates everything the dazzling qualities of her name imply — although that name came to her in quite an unusual fashion. “Crystal” was suggested by Brenda Gail Webb’s older sister, Loretta Lynn. Knowing there was already a ‘Brenda Lee’ currently successful in the music industry, Loretta selected the name ‘Crystal’ for her younger sibling when she began recording.
Once re-named, Crystal’s musical boundaries have since been seemingly limitless, as proven by her recent project “All My Tomorrows,” a mood influenced collection of American standards. Songs such as “Cry Me a River,” “Sentimental Journey,” “It Had to Be You,” and “Smile” somehow reach the heights their songwriter’ must have dreamed of when piped through the beautiful chords of Crystal Gayle. “These are songs any artist loves to sing,” said Crystal in a recent interview. “They’ve endured to become timeless classics.”