Cable network A&E debuted a new reality show this past week, called Crazy Hearts Nashville. Being set in Nashville it undoubtedly has a lot to do with the music industry. The show follows a set of aspiring musicians.
During the series premiere the following was tweeted.
Courtesy: Jessica Blakenship
if you are a Country music fan and expert you know that Good Hearted Woman was written by the legendary Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, not Wayland Holyfield.
Realizing their mistake (to their credit), the tweet was deleted and the following was posted it its place:
— CrazyHeartsNashville (@CrazyHeartsAE) January 17, 2014
Waylond Holyfield is a hall-of-fame songwriter and has many Country hits to his name such as Can I Have this Dance (Anne Murray), Rednecks, White Socks, & Blue Ribbon Beer (Johnny Russell), Only Here For A Little While (Billy Dean), You’re My Best Friend (Don Williams), and many others.