Discography

Awards

  • 1998 – ASCAP Award for “Land of the Living”
  • 1991 – ASCAP Award for “Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose”
  • 1986 – Academy of Country Music Touring Band of the Year
  • 1985 – ASCAP Award for “Something In My Heart”
  • 1985 – Male Vocalist of the Year from the legendary Louisiana Hayride

Discography

  • “All I Do Is Love Her”– James Bonamy (Top 20 single)
    What I Live To Do – Epic Records (Top 10 album)
  • “Land Of The Living”– Pam Tillis (Top 5 single)
    Greatest Hits – Arista Records (PLATINUM) (Top 10 album)
    RCA Country Legends – RCA Records
  • Land Of The Living” – Helen Darling
    West of Yesterday – Decca Records
  • “Turn It On,Turn It Up,Turn Me Loose”– Dwight Yoakam (Top 5 single)
    If There Was A Way – Reprise Records (PLATINUM) (Top 10 album)
    Pieces of Time – Reprise VIDEO
    Last Chance For A Thousand Years: Greatest Hits – Reprise (GOLD) (Top 10 album)
    Reprise Please Baby – BOX SET – Reprise/Rhino
  • “Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose” – Heidi Hauge (#1 single)
    Country Blue – Showtime Records (Denmark) (GOLD)
    (#1 on European Independent Chart 5 weeks)
    (#1 on European Country Music Association chart 4 weeks)
    (#1 on I.C.M.A.G Chart [Germany] 4 weeks)
  • “Hollywood Squares” – George Strait
    Beyond The Blue Neon – MCA Records (PLATINUM) (#1 Country album)
    Strait Out Of The Box – MCA Records (PLATINUM 7X) (Top 10 Country album)
  • “The Moon, The Stars, And Me” – Dolly Parton
    White Limozeen – Columbia Records (GOLD) (Top 5 album)
  • “The Moon, The Stars, And Me” – Ursula West
    Daughter of Country -Traumton Records (Germany)
  • “Something In My Heart” – Ricky Skaggs (#1 single)
    Country Boy – Columbia Records (GOLD) (#1 Country Album)
    16 Biggest Hits – Sony/Columbia
    Country Gentleman: The Best of Ricky Skaggs – Sony/Columbia
  • “Home Is Wherever You Are” – Ricky Skaggs
    Comin’ Home To Stay – Columbia Records (Top 10 Country Album)
  • “Let’s Love The Bad Times Away” – Ricky Skaggs
    Highways and Heartaches – Columbia Records (PLATINUM) (#1 Country Album)
  • “Don’t Think I’ll Cry” – Ricky Skaggs
    Highways and Heartaches – Columbia Records (PLATINUM) (#1 Country Album)
  • “Give Us A Happy Home” – Ricky Skaggs
    My Father’s Son – Columbia Records
  • “She Didn’t Say Why” – Ricky Skaggs
    Live In London – Columbia Records (GOLD) (#1 Country Album)
  • “Daddy Was A Hard Working Honest Man” – Ricky Skaggs
    Love’s Gonna Get ‘Ya – Columbia (#1 Country Album)
  • “We Should Only Have Time For Love” – Don Williams
    Flatlands – American Harvest Records
  • “We Should Only Have Time For Love” – Claire Lynch
    Moonlighter – Rounder Records
  • “We Should Only Have Time For Love” – Savannah
    The Best of Savannah 2002 – Nash Music (Netherlands)
  • “Fellow Travelers” – John Conlee
    Fellow Travelers – 16th Avenue Records
    The Best Of John Conlee – Curb Records
  • “Down On The River” – Neal McCoy
    At This Moment – Atlantic Records
  • “This Is What Love Looks Like” – Carolyn Arends
    Seize The Day and Other Stories: Greatest Hits – Reunion Records
  • “Brand New Walkin’ Shoes” – The Seldom Scene
    Change Of Scenery – Sugar Hill Records
  • “Just How Little I Know” – Gene Watson
    Back In The Fire – Warner Bros. Records
  • “The Shadow of Night” – Jason and the Scorchers
    A Blazing Grace – Uni/Mammoth
  • “Distance” – Clay Blaker
    Rumor Town – NeoBilly Records
  • “Within These Walls” – Jimmy Osmond
    Keep The Fire Burning – Phantom Records
    Shine – Phantom Records (UK Release)
  • “The Camera Never Lies” – Mark Stacy
    At This Table – Phonograph Records
  • “Tijuana Cafe” – Mark Stacy
    Naked – Phonograph Records
  • “Tell Our Children” – Susie Luchsinger
    Inspirational Favorites – K-Tel Records
    First Things First – Integrity Records
    In The Beginning – Integrity Records

Artists Wayland Has Performed and Recorded With:

Garth Brooks, Emmylou Harris, Kathy Mattea, Mark O’Connor, Jerry Douglas,
Ricky Skaggs, Tanya Tucker, Bela Fleck, Jason and the Scorchers,
Don Williams, Glen Campbell, Patty Loveless, Eric Heatherly, Neal Coty,
Lee Greenwood, Gene Watson, Anne Murray, Paulette Carlson, Mark Stacy,
Donna Ulisse, Pearl River, Crystal Gayle, Daniel O’Donnel, Maureen McCormick,
Rebecca Lynn Howard, Skip Ewing, and Chris LeDoux

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