On the late show with Stephen Colbert, Bonnie Raitt and John Prine performed the song “Angel from Montgomery” by John Prine. The song has become a classic in the Americana genre. The singer played an acoustic guitar with the fingerpicking style of Prine. She also performed two of his other songs on the album, including “Hello in There.”
The song was a hit for Prine and the duo were joined by Hank Williams for the performance. Though he didn’t remember the exact setting of the song, it was a well-known song in Montgomery. In fact, the movie’s theme was about a teen boy’s experience of growing up without his parents. It’s one of Prine’s favorite songs, and it’s a must-see at any Americana Awards concert.
The song “Angel from Montgomery” was written by John Prine and Bonnie Raitt. They were fans of Hank Williams and were influenced by his song. The two were so close that Holly Williams, the granddaughter of Hank, started performing the song at her concerts. As an added bonus, the two artists even had a duet on the song. The album is due for a Grammy nomination this year.
The lyrics of “Angel From Montgomery” are particularly poignant. Although Prine was not a woman, he grew up in the town. The song was featured on his self-titled debut album. Various other artists have also covered the song. The performance was captured on video by producer Tim Krzanowski. A tribute to the singer will be made at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 11.
John Prine and Bonnie Raitt’s cover of “Angel From Montgomery” is truly a beautiful and moving song. Throughout the album, the two singers’ voices stand out as the only sounds. The full video of the tribute will be released soon. But until then, check out the performance below to see what they had in mind. If you like it, don’t miss the Oscar-winning film!
“Angel From Montgomery” is a timeless classic by John Prine. The song’s powerful lyrics were penned by the legendary singer-songwriter Hank Williams. The song was so well-loved by the country music audience that it was a perennial favourite at live performances. However, many artists have recorded it. It’s still one of Prine’s most popular songs.
In the 1970s, the song ‘Angel From Montgomery’ was a hit for John Prine. He had recently been touring the U.S. when he played “Angel From Montgomery”. It was the first song that he performed. The album has since become an enduring classic and a favorite among fans. In fact, the song has been covered by various artists, including the singer’s granddaughter, Holly Williams.
It’s hard to imagine a better song. Its lyrics are as powerful as the country music that inspired them. Both artists shared the same love for country music and were inspired by the music of Hank Williams. The song, ‘Angel From Montgomery’ is a must-listen for fans of the country genre. It’s a classic by both John Prine and Bonnie Raitt.
The song “Angel From Montgomery” was composed by John Prine. He wrote it while walking his route as a mailman. This song is now a staple of the Chicago folk music scene, and Prine’s grandmother Holly Williams has a special connection to the town. The two singers have been inseparable for more than a decade.
The song has been covered by many different artists, including Bonnie Raitt and John Prine. In the original version, the song was a letter carrier’s song about a middle-aged woman who feels older than she is. The song has been covered by countless other artists, including Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, and Paul Zollo, the author of an acclaimed book on country music.