Rodney Crowell is another extremely gifted and elder statesman of Country Music.  He got his start early on with grandfathers and parents who were all musicians.

Shortly after  moving to Nashville, he was discovered by Jerry Reed and became a song writer.  Eventually, he would write songs for Emmylou Harris and be invited to join her band, and also start his own project, The Cherry Bombs, with Vince Gill.

One of his biggest songs was recorded in 1982 by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band called Shame On The Moon.

Oh, and he just happened to be married to Johnny Cash's daughter, Rosanne, for a while.

After All This Time was off of Rodney's 1988 album, Diamonds & Dirt.  That record would produce five number one singles and solidify his place in Country Music.