Rodney Crowell is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a career full of success and important performances. He has won multiple Grammy Awards, received two Country Music Association awards and two Academy of Country Music awards, and was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in.
Born August 7th, 1950 in Houston, Texas, Rodney has been writing and singing since he was a young boy. His music talents were noticed and soon he was performing on stage with Country veterans such as Willie Nelson, Roy Orbison, and Johnny Cash. Crowell then moved to Nashville in the 1970s, where he quickly established himself as an innovative songwriter.
In the 1980s, Rodney Crowell released "Ain't Living Long Like This" on his first album and later recorded four studio albums in the 1990s. One of the albums, "Diamonds & Dirt", featured five number one singles on the country charts and earned him a Grammy Award for the song "After All This Time".
In 2001, Crowell collaborated with fellow country greats like Emmylou Harris and Dolly Parton on his acclaimed album "The Houston Kid". This album included two Grammy-nominated songs, "Still Learning How to Fly" and "Many a Long and Lonesome Highway".
The following year he released "Fate and Circumstance", which featured his collaboration with Lucinda Williams on the song "Time and Circles". This marked the beginning of a long series of successful collaborations with other artists.
Rodney's long-time collaborator and fellow Grammy award-winning artist, Vince Gill, performed with him on his next album "The Outsider". The album featured other famous singers such as Alison Krauss, Robert Plant, and Patty Griffin.
"Sex and Gasoline" in 2008 and "Tarpaper Sky" in 2014 were two of the following albums. Each of these albums featured more collaborations with artists and musicians such as Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle and [Rosanne Cash](https://www.bandsnear.com/artist/rosanne-cash/K8vZ9171a80).
Some of Rodney Crowell's most popular songs include:
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