Musical talent runs absolutely deep within the Twitty family. Conway Twitty's eldest daughter, Kathy, followed in her legendary father's steps by starting a career in the music industry. Similar to her siblings, she frequently covers her dad's music and each and every moment...
At the very beginnings of country icon Willie Nelson's career, one of his first appearances as an artist was during The Porter Wagoner Show. In this rarely-viewed clip, a 32-year-old Nelson can be seen playing his debut, "Hello Walls," at Porter Wagoner's...
Conway Twitty got a couple of #1 hits during the course of his career, but there is no doubt that "Hello Darlin'" was his greatest. Twitty's eldest son, Michael, has been working to keep his father's musical legacy alive after the country icon's passing in 1993,...
Patsy Cline is recognized as among the most outstanding and significant country artists of all time. Along with her stunning vocal prowess as well as her classic tracks, including "Crazy" and "She's Got You," Cline really blazed a trail for...
Throughout his 66-year career, Roy Clark has gained a reputation for being one of the most gifted and revered banjo players in the world. Thousands have seen him show off his skills during his time as the host of the well-known TV...
In 1981, Barbara Mandrell seemed to be at the peak of her career. She could sing, act, and man, she was a natural beauty! So much so, in fact, that Mac Davis could hardly focus on introducing her during the...
It has already been forty-seven years (May 16, 1969 to be exact), when Merle Haggard recorded one of the greatest songs of his career. It was in the very same year that he recorded “Workin’ Man Blues,” from his...
Attaining over 150 chart toppers throughout his six-decade-long career, among the list of artists who transformed the basis of country music, George Jones went up on the stage for a performance that would certainly be one to remember... Known as "The Possum",...
Hank Williams, Jr. is famous for his rough-and-ready country music - along with his plaintive expressions - but a lot of his supporters will probably be taken aback at the style of his first chart topping song. Hank Jr. set off in...
During the early phase of his career, "White Lightning" was regarded as George Jones's trademark song. This is perhaps why it might come as a shock to his beloved fans when it's revealed that Jones was not the first person to record...