Merle Ronald Haggard has over the years been able to establish himself as a renowned singer, song writer, instrumentalist, fiddler and guitarist. He particularly concentrates with country music where since from the beginning of his career he has been able to write and record many popular songs. Merle Hagard worked with Buck Owens who was a co-member in their band known as 'Strangers' to produce a unique style of music characterized by a mix of traditional steel guitar sound and new vocal harmony styles. His popularity was recognized in 1994 where he was inducted into the country music hall of fame and later in 1997 he was put into the Oklahoma music fall of fame.
Though Merle Hagard has been in the music industry for many years, his style of music and performance is able to attract people of different generations and hence it is common to find both the young and the old in his concerts. He had taken a break but in the year 2000 he released 'If I Could Only Fly' which introduced him to the fans who were not familiar with him. In 2004 he was a guest at Larry King Live where he spoke about his life which further explained his experiences to millions of fans. As time progressed he continued releasing top class music where in 2010 he released an album titled 'I Am What I Am'. His continuous release of music and performing in different parts of the world has made him remain relevant and also given his loyal fans an opportunity to enjoy his music while in the same time creating new fans.
Hagard is also known for giving top class performances in all the shows that he performs. Fans of his music gets an opportunity to sing along and those who like dancing also gets an opportunity to dance. Up to date he continues to entertain his fans with enjoyable music where he still attend shows in various places. His experience has enabled him master all the instruments that he uses and hence fans are almost guaranteed of enjoying nice music. Therefore, fans of Merle Hagard music are assured of enjoying his performances in all the shows that they might attend to see him perform live.