Time for a set of videos from classic Seventies country acts.
Hank Williams Jr.: "A Country Boy Can Survive," live.
David Allan Coe: "You Never Even Called Me By My Name," live in Austin in 1983.
Waylon Jennings: "Luckenbach, Texas," live.
Jerry Jeff Walker: "LA Freeway," live in Austin in 1984.
Guy Clark: "Dublin Blues," with Karen Matheson.
Townes Van Zandt: "Pancho and Lefty," live on TV in 1993.
Merle Haggard: "Okie from Muskogee," 1969 TV show. Note hound dog. Watch till the very end.
David Allan Coe: "If That Ain't Country," with completely different words. Live at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth.
Willie Nelson, "Always on My Mind," live in 1982.
George Jones: "He Stopped Loving Her Today," live.
The Highwaymen (Jennings, Nelson, Cash, Kristofferson): "Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys," live.
Jerry Jeff Walker and Ray Wylie Hubbard, along with a bunch of stoned hippies: "Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother," live at Willie Nelson's picnic in 1974. Not great sound, but obviously great fun.
George Jones, "If Drinking Don't Kill Me," live on an awards show in 1982.
Guy Clark, "Magdalene," live at UT-Austin in 2007.
Merle Haggard with Johnny Cash, "Sing Me Back Home," from Cash's TV show in 1969.