Crowell produced many of Cash’s hit songs and albums, but they divorced in 1992.
However, plenty of those turbulent emotions can be heard in albums from that era, from both artists.
They had many hits together such as “We’re Gonna Hold On” and “Two Story House.” They married on February 16, 1969; however, they did not hold on and ended their marriage after six years.
Though their marriage was over, they saw no reason that that should interfere with their careers and continued to make hits together such as “Golden Ring” and “Near You.” One of country music’s hardest couples to follow is Lorrie Morgan and Sammy Kershaw.
Thoughts of Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw come to mind, not to mention the 35-year marriage of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. Their stories seem to be those of Cinderella, with beautiful meetings, exotic proposals and happily-ever-afters.
Lonestar’s lead singer Richie Mc Donald and wife Lorie Ellis know how hard it is to keep a long-distance relationship alive.
Editor’s Note: CMT will air three episodes of Country Couples over Valentine’s Day weekend, featuring the stars Charlie and Emily Robison, Richie Mc Donald and Lorie Ellis, and Marty Stuart and Connie Smith.
When you think about many of country’s couples, you may think they seem perfect.
After dating five years, he broke off the wedding just two weeks before the date.
“It was me being foolish and crazy and not realizing that I was fixin’ to lose the best thing I ever had,” he says.
The marriage of Dolly Parton and Carl Dean is also a successful one.