"Lead On" is a song written by Dean Dillon and Teddy Gentry, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. It was released in June 1995 as the fourth and final single and title track from his album Lead On. The song reached number 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in September 1995.
"On Down the Line" is a song written by Kostas, and recorded by American country music artist Patty Loveless. It was released in May 1990 as the first single and title track from her album On Down the Line.
The song came from a collection of songs written by Kostas. He was the writer of "Timber I'm Falling in Love" and many other tunes that Loveless recorded. When Tony Brown (Loveless' producer at the time) heard the song, he wasn't sure it was meant for her because of some of the lyrics in the
"Southern Nights" is a song written and recorded by Allen Toussaint, from his 1975 album Southern Nights, and later recorded by American country music singer Glen Campbell. It was the first single released from Campbell's 1977 album Southern Nights and reached No. 1 on three separate US charts. It was covered by the Chicago band Whitney in 2015.
"The Closer You Get" is a song recorded by American country music band Alabama. It was released in April 1983 as the title track and second single from Alabama's album The Closer You Get....
"The Closer You Get" was written in 1980 by J.P. Pennington and Mark Gray, members of Exile. However, the song was not immediately recorded by Alabama. Two earlier versions were released as singles - the first by Exile (which failed to gain much attention) and singer Don King, whose version reached No. 27 on
I've Cried the Blue Right Out of My Eyes is a compilation album by the American country music singer Crystal Gayle. Released in February 1978, the album consists of her earliest recordings from Gayle's tenure on the Decca Records label from the early 1970s (Decca was assimilated into MCA Records during Gayle's contract). The album was produced by Owen Bradley, who had previously produced such country stars as Patsy Cline and Gayle's elder sister, Loretta Lynn (who wrote three of the songs featur
"What Kind of a Girl (Do You Think I Am)" is a song written by Loretta Lynn and Teddy Wilburn that was also recorded by Loretta Lynn. It was released as a single in August 1967 via Decca Records.
"What Kind of a Girl (Do You Think I Am)" reached number five on the Billboard Hot Country Singles survey in 1967. The song became her eleventh top ten single under the Decca recording label. Secondly, the song became Lynn's first single to chart in Canada. It peaked at number six on the Canadian RPM Co
"That's What Makes The Jukebox Play" was written by Jimmy Work, and appears on Moe Bandy's album Soft Lights and Hard Country Music.
Soft Lights and Hard Country Music is the ninth album by country singer Moe Bandy, released in 1978 (produced 1977/78 by Ray Baker) on the Columbia label recorded at CBS Recording Studio "B", Nashville, Tennessee.
Jake Penrod is the name being heard more and more in the Texas music scene. A relative newcomer, the singer has quickly earned a reputation as a master of Honky-Tonk music, who not only sings and writes, but can also play just about any instrument you hand him. In 2013, he released an album of original material, titled "Closer To Me". The album showcases Jake Penrod's songwriting ability as well as musicianship across an array of different styles of Honky Tonk music. He wrote each song on the al
"Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" is a 1981 single from the film Honeysuckle Rose. "Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" was written and performed by Willie Nelson. The single was Willie Nelson's seventh number one on the country chart as a solo artist and stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.
This song is commonly believed to have been written about Charlie "Magoo" Tinsley, a good friend of Nelson's who happened to also be a member of
"Tears Will Be the Chaser for Your Wine" is a song written by Leroy Coates and Dale Davis. It was recorded and released as a single by American country, rock, and Christian artist, Wanda Jackson.
The song was recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio on April 19, 1966 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States."Tears Will Be the Chaser for Your Wine" was officially released as a single in November 1966, peaking at number eleven on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Singles chart. The song was issued