That cool, wonderful voice of country music legend George Strait is still giving fans a lot of thrills. They remain loyal to Strait as his career continues to reach new heights.
Back in 1990, Strait performed “When You’re a Man on Your Own” off of his “Livin’ It Up” album.
Let’s turn the wayback machine to that year and enjoy Strait’s performance.
Strait continues to leave an indelible mark in the world of country music.
Conversely, his successful career puts him in company with the likes of The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
Meanwhile, ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Strait sent out best wishes to all of his fans on Twitter.
George Strait And His Incredible Career
According to his website, “George Strait is the undeniable ‘King of Country Music.’
“His music career spans more than 30 years; includes 60 No. 1 singles, more than any other artist in any genre; and boasts 33 platinum or multi-platinum-selling albums, more than any country artist and third across all genres behind only The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
“Strait is the only act in history to have a Top 10 hit every year for over three decades and has sold more than 70 million albums and earned more than 60 major entertainment industry awards,” according to his website.
“Strait, whose name has become synonymous with ‘real country’ since his 1981 debut, was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2006. He has since released five more albums, including the GRAMMY Award-winning Troubadour and his latest chart-topping release, Cold Beer Conversation.
“In 2014, he shattered the North American indoor concert attendance record by drawing 104,793 concert-goers to his The Cowboy Rides Away Tour finale at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.”
Additionally, one of Strait’s hit songs is “Down and Out” which he performed back in 1982 in New York City.