John Prine

John Prine’s last recorded song, “I Remember Everything,” debuts this week at #1 on Billboard’s Rock Digital Song Sales chart making it the highest-charting single of his career as a performer.   

“I Remember Everything,” the last song recorded by legendary singer, songwriter, musician and performer John Prine, is out today (stream/purchase HERE). Written by Prine and his longtime collaborator Pat McLaughlin, the song was recorded last year in Prine’s living room with Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb and engineer Gena Johnson. Watch the recording HERE.

“Picture Show: A Tribute Celebrating John Prine” will premiere this Thursday, June 11 at 7:30pm ET/6:30pm CT/4:30pm PT across multiple platforms including Prine’s YouTube, Facebook and Twitch channels.

Jerry Williams’ (a.k.a. Swamp Dogg) first love was country music, which he heard as a Navy family kid growing up in Portsmouth, Virginia. “My granddaddy, he just bought country records out the asshole,” Swamp remembers.

"One of the biggest contributors to the songbook of the American people, not to mention all over the world. The biggest heart and an ability to turn a phrase like no one else. Thank you John! Love, SCI"

Grammy Award winning, Songwriters Hall of Fame Member John Prine passed away at age 73 due to Covid-19. Some of his most legendary hits include, “Hello in There,” “Sam Stone,” “Angel From Montgomery” and “Paradise.” Prine used these masterpieces to highlight moments that the average mind grazed over with empathetic words and light-hearted lines.

MerleFest, presented by Window World, is proud to announce the next round of artist additions for MerleFest 2020, which will be held April 23-26. John Prine, Billy Strings, Colin Hay, Kelsey Waldon, and Gangstagrass will be joining the annual homecoming of musicians and music fans on the campus of Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of John Prine’s beloved album, In Spite of Ourselves, which was originally released September 28, 1999 on Prine’s own independent label, Oh Boy Records. Prine’s first release after beating cancer, the 16-song record features a collection of duets with some of Prine’s favorite female country artists including the breakthrough title track—a duet with Iris DeMent. In the 20 years since it came out, “In Spite Of Ourselves” has become Prine’s most successful song with over 40 million streams.

John Prine’s new acoustic video for his song “Paradise,” featuring special guest Kelsey Waldon, premiered yesterday. Watch/share HERE. The song was recorded as part of the pair’s new collaborative 7-inch vinyl, The Kentucky Sessions, which is included with each purchase of Waldon’s new album White Noise/White Lines—out October 4 via Prine’s independent label Oh Boy Records. Purchase HERE.

The official music video for John Prine’s song “Lonesome Friends of Science” is premiering today. Illustrated by Barcelona-based graphic designer Tiago Majuelos and produced by Spanish animation production company BLISS, the video can now be watched/shared HERE. <

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