Here’s A Couple Of Racing Records for Classic 45’s From Marty Robbins and Dave Dudley Just In Time For This Weekend's Daytona 500

Here’s A Couple Of Racing Records for Classic 45’s From Marty Robbins and Dave Dudley Just In Time For This Weekend's Daytona 500

With the Daytona 500 this weekend, here’s a couple of classic country 45’s to help get you in the mood, from Dave Dudley and Marty Robbins. Stock car racing and country music have always had a close association, with both coming the rural areas of the South. Musicians and record … Continue reading

Classic Album Review – Vern Gosdin “Chiseled In Stone” The 1987 Return To The Top For Vern Gosdin, "The Voice"

Classic Album Review – Vern Gosdin “Chiseled In Stone” The 1987 Return To The Top For Vern Gosdin, "The Voice"

Any discussion of 1980’s country music cannot be complete without bringing up the name Vern Gosdin. Known as “The Voice” for his smooth vocal style, Vern could almost immediately demand your attention within the first three or four notes of a song; he was that good. And of all his … Continue reading

Ultimate Twang Classic 45 – Marie Osmond with Dan Seals “Meet Me In Montana” Marie Osmond Announces She's Back In A Big Way in 1985.

Ultimate Twang Classic 45 – Marie Osmond with Dan Seals “Meet Me In Montana” Marie Osmond Announces She's Back In A Big Way in 1985.

Today, we take a look back at the comeback hit of Marie Osmond. I say comeback, because, while she had been releasing singles for most of the previous ten years, she had not appeared anywhere near the Country top 40, much less number one, since “Who’s Sorry Now” briefly appeared … Continue reading

Bob Nolan “The Sound Of A Pioneer” Classic Album Review The Last Works Of A True Pioneer

Bob Nolan “The Sound Of A Pioneer” Classic Album Review The Last Works Of A True Pioneer

I say that Bob Nolan did as much as anyone to popularize western music. Bob is a legend in Country (and western) music; a member of the Country Music Hall Of Fame; prolific songwriter; founding member of one of the most famous groups of all-time, The Sons Of The Pioneers. … Continue reading

Buddy Holly “Peggy Sue” Classic 45 A Rock and Roll Classic That Crossed Over To Country

Buddy Holly “Peggy Sue” Classic 45 A Rock and Roll Classic That Crossed Over To Country

This past Sunday was the 60th anniversary of “The Day The Music Died”. On that day, February 3rd, 1959, Buddy Holly perished, along with fellow performers Richie Valens and J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson, when their plane crashed, shortly after takeoff in Clear Lake, Iowa. I thought it appropriate … Continue reading

Marty Robbins “Ain’t I The Lucky One” – Ultimate Twang Classic 45 One of Marty's Collaborations With Mitch Miller

Marty Robbins “Ain’t I The Lucky One” – Ultimate Twang Classic 45 One of Marty's Collaborations With Mitch Miller

Of all the singers not named Elvis in the late 1950’s, it’s hard to find one who was hotter than Marty Robbins. Not only was Marty one of country music’s top acts, but he was also enjoying success on the pop side. This success, in part, was due to Marty’s … Continue reading

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