The Season 1 finale profiles Blaze Foley, who was a legend in country music circles but remained largely unknown by the general public. Physically imposing, with a wry sense of humor and love for booze, he battled his demons by writing about them, and became best friends and brothers in self-destruction with Townes Van Zandt.
Conclusion. Waylon Jennings gets fed up with Nashville's rules, dons his black hat and records what and how he wants. He also hires Hell's Angels for protection and babysitting duties, and becomes a target of the Feds for his cocaine-fueled antics.
Part 1 of 2. Waylon Jennings cheats death by giving up his seat on Buddy Holly's ill-fated plane trip in 1959, and later moves to Nashville, where he becomes roommates with Johnny Cash in the mid-1960s.
Billy Joe Shaver gets a break writing songs in Nashville for Waylon Jennings, Elvis Presley and others, and starts a recording career of his own, even though his right hand had been badly mangled in a sawmill accident when he was in his twenties.
Conclusion. George Jones and Tammy Wynette project an image of marital bliss while collaborating on 33 hit songs and nine studio albums, but backstage, their real life is a mess, highlighted by actual gun play, an accusation of poisoning and ingenious disappearing acts in the name of alcohol.
Part 1 of 2. George Jones and Tammy Wynette become the first power couple in country music, but their tumultuous relationship is punctuated by George's alcohol-fueled escapades and paranoia over Tammy's romantic past.
An animated series recounting the adventures of country music's most eccentric characters begins with Johnny Paycheck ("Take This Job and Shove It"), whose career was defined by drug, alcohol and legal problems.