Artículos con la etiqueta "Joe Diffie"



Music · 03/03/2020
“Pickup Man”, a song written by Kerry Kurt Phillips and Howard Perdew, was recorded by Joe Diffie for the Epic label, along with the rest of the album, was recorded in March 1994, in Nashville, TN. In the recording session Joe was accompanied by: Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (guitar), Tim Mensy (guitar), Brent Mason (guitar), Paul Franklin (steel), Larry Paxton and Glenn Worf (bass), Lonnie Wilson (drums and percussion), Jon “JD” Dickson and Johnny Slate (cowbells), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Walt Cunning
Music · 01/31/2020
“So Help Me Girl”, a song written by Howard Perdew and Andy Spooner, was recorded by Joe Diffie for the Epic label, recorded in March 1994 in Nashville, TN. At the recording session of the album Joe was accompanied by: Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (guitar), Tim Mensy (guitar), Brent Mason (guitar), Paul Franklin (steel), Larry Paxton and Glenn Worf (bass), Lonnie Wilson (drums and percussion), Jon “JD” Dickson, Johnny Slate (cowbells), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Walt Cunningham (strings, keyboards and sou
Music · 10/26/2019
Written song Sterling Whipple, Tony Martin & John Greenebaum, was recorded by Joe Diffie for the Epic label, with the production of Johnny Slate & Joe Diffie, was released on July 4, 1994. On September 24, 1994, it would reach number # 1 for three consecutive weeks on the US Hot Country Songs charts, it stayed 11 weeks on the charts. On October 3, it would also reach number # 1 on the Canadian Country Tracks lists, for two weeks. Third Rock from the Sun, was the third number # 1 in Joe’s career.