Rodney Crowell At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Grand Ole Opry guest artist Rodney Crowell was born in 1950 in Crosby, Texas. Coming from a musical family, he started playing the drums at elven in his father’s band, played in a number of garage rock bands in Houston as a teen and, down the road, moved onto great success. His country-rock sound moved him to Nashville, Tennessee in 1972 and landed him a gig as a songwriter. After artist Emmylou Harris recorded one of his songs, “Till I Gain Control Again,” she asked him to play rhythm guitar in her backing band, The Hot Band.