This film deserves recognition. My youth's association with country music gave way to what has been referred to as "Classic Rock" for too many years. Funny thing about age, it has a sneaky way of taking you back to your roots. I have grown a real appreciation for Waylon Jennings voice, it has this strong range of depth with a character of wildness, (I was so ugly the doctor slapped my mama when I was born, then he took out his pocket knife and cut off my horns), then turn tender (Where would I be without you), but always a commanding presence. The same is evident in this film, even though his appearance is a cameo, the story is his and his voice is perfect for narration. There is a richness against prior films in Willie and Kris' characters, again aging has it's advantages. Not to leave out Travis Tritt's, this is a film worth the watch.