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After high school he enrolled at Ohio State, but he lasted only two years before hightailing it to Nashville in 1976 with dreams of launching a music career.
He didn’t last long there, either — Nashville was a songwriters’ town, but Yoakam wasn’t yet a songwriter.
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Find Dwight Yoakam on here It's easy to remember that a celebrity couple like Tim Mc Graw and Faith Hill happened, because they've lasted more than 20 years.
It is the very thing that makes cinema feel like magic.
Now that Yoakam is back on point, the passion is rising in his voice and he’s hitting the table for emphasis.
And we're reminded that Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert were married every time they release a new album.
But who can recall the two Dallas Cowboy quarterbacks that dated country singers, or that one time a country couple danced into our hearts?
Brooks was a natural-born crossover artist who covered Billy Joel and aspired to arena-rock production values; Yoakam, meanwhile, had the instincts of a preservationist, reviving the career of his mentor Buck Owens by inviting him to duet on 1988’s mariachi-accented “Streets of Bakersfield,” one of Yoakam’s two no. But Yoakam became a pop star anyway, and he dated one of the era’s hottest starlets, Sharon Stone, though the relationship didn’t end amicably.
When he was still just a teenager, he was a rowdy nightclub singer equally versed in Appalachian music and the James Gang.
Yoakam soon looked to the West Coast as a potential home.
You don’t end up with a house like that without selling a whole lot of records.
Yoakam’s commercial prime was from 1986 to 1993 — he had 14 top-10 country singles and five top-10 albums during that time, culminating with 1993’s triple-platinum , arguably his best LP.