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Music Outlaw Waylon Jennings Dies. The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN. 2002-2-14
Leather-Voiced Singer at Centre of "Outlaw" Country Music. Irish Times. 2002-2-16
Obituary--Waylon Jennings--Rebel Who Revitalized Country Music. The Guardian. 2002-2-15
Obituary--Waylon Jennings. The Independent--London. 2002-2-15
News--Obituary of Waylon Jennings Exponent of Country-Rock 'Crossover.' The Daily Telegraph. 2002-2-15
Country's Outlaw Hangs Up His Spurs. Birmingham Post. 2002-2-15
Waylon Jennings, Country Music Outlaw, Dies. Telegram & Gazette Worcester, MA. 2002-2-14
Waylon Jennings 1937-2002: Nashville Rebel Was Star in His Own Image. Austin American-Statesman. 2002-2-14
Waylon Jennings 1937-2002/Couuntry Rebel Fought for Music, Won Many Fans. The San Francisco Chronicle. 2002-2-14
Waylon Jennings (1937-2002): Outlaw Jennings Fought for His Music. Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 2002-2-14
Singer Waylon Jennings Dies at 64: He Was a Country-Music Outlaw. Orlando Sentinel. 2002-2-14
Outlaw' Waylon Jennings Dies. Desert News. 2002-2-14
Outlaw' Waylon Jennings Dead. Newsday. 2002-2-14
Obituaries Waylon Jennings, 64: Country's 'Outlaw.' Los Angeles Times. 2002-2-14
Nashville Rebel Dies Country Music Legend Finally Succumbs to Diabetes. Winnipeg Free Press. 2002-2-14
I'd Like to Be Remembered for My Music'--Waylon Jennings: Country Singer. The Toronto Star. 2002-2-14
HEADLINE: Jennings Lived Outlaw Country. Charleston Gazette. 2002-2-14
HEADLINE: Country's 'Outlaw" Remember Fondly Waylon Jennings Dies at 64. Charleston Gazette. 2002-2-14
Country-Music Legend Waylon Jennings Dies. The Seattle Times. 2002-2-14
Country Star Waylon Jennings Dies at 64. The Washington Post. 2002-2-14
Country Singer Waylon Jennings Dies at 64 After Illness. The San Diego Union-Tribune. 2002-2-14
Country Rebel Waylon Jennings Dead at 64--Singer/Songwriter Had 16 No. 1 Songs. The Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ. 2002-2-14
Country Music Great Waylon Jennings Dead at 64. Tulsa World. 2002-2-14
An Outlaw Comes Home: Originally on Buddy Holly Plane. Waylon Jennings Dead. The Hamilton Spectator. 2002-2-14
1937 Waylon Jennings 2002/Music Legend Victim of Diabetes. Houston Chronicle. 2002-2-14
Outlaw Country Singer Waylon Jennings Dead at 64. The Canadian Press. 2002-2-13
Country Great Waylon Jennings Dies. AP Online. 2002-2-13
Country Great Waylon Jennings Dead: Defined the Outlaw Movement. Associated Press Newswires. 2002-2-13
Waylon Jenning's Earliest Recordings, Including His Buddy Holly-Produced Songs. PR Newswire. 2002-2-7
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