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Topic - Waylon Jennings
Frances Williams Preston, who worked with top songwriters as president of the royalties company Broadcast Music Inc., died Wednesday. She was 83.
The family of Waylon Jennings will soon release songs the country music icon recorded shortly before his death 10 years ago.
Already secure as country music's king of the road, Kenny Chesney is really flexing his muscle now.
"They tried to make me go to rehab, and I said 'No, no, no!' "
"A lot of it is maybe where I am in my life, with my kids and everything," said Jennings, who has a daughter and son (also named for Waylon). "I'm at a place where I really appreciate my dad and I really appreciate his part of my life and my kids knowing who he is even though he'd never met them. I felt like I'd grown into a place where it was time for me to take over getting his name back out there in the right way."