Artículos con la etiqueta "Marty Robbins Spotlight"



Music · 11/23/2019
Song written by Willie Nelson, was recorded for the first time by Faron Young on January 7, 1960, for the capitol label, with the production of Ken Nelson & Marvin Hughes, was released in March 1961. On May 8, 1961, it would arrive to number # 1 on US lists Billboard Hot C & W Sides, remained for nine consecutive weeks in number one. It would be the fourth number one of Faron’s career. The song was included in Faron Young’s fifth studio album, Hello Walls (Capitol 1961). Hello Walls, it became
Music · 10/27/2019
Song written and recorded by Marty Robbins, on January 26, 1976, for the Columbia label, with the production of Billy Sherrill, was released on March 19, 1976. On June 19, 1976, El Paso City would arrive at number # 1 on the lists of US Hot Country Songs, for two weeks in a row and it stayed 11 weeks on the list, and on June 26, 1976, it would do the same on the lists of Canadian RPM Country Tracks also arriving at number # 1. It was the fifteenth number one and penultimate of the Marty Robbins
Music · 10/08/2018
“Heaven's Just a Sin Away”, a song written by Jerry Gillespie, was recorded by the duo The Kendalls for the Ovation label, was recorded in May 1977, at LSI Recording Studio, Nashville, TN, at the recording session The Kendalls, They were accompanied by: Fred Newell (guitar), Regie Young (guitar), Fred Carter Jr. (guitar), Sonny Garrish, Weldon Myrick and Russ Hicks (steel), Jack Ross and Steve Schaffer (bass), Clay Claire and Jerry Kroon (drums) and Ron Oates (piano). With the production Brien
Music · 09/10/2018
"Begging to You" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Marty Robbins. It was released in October 1963. "Begging to You" was Marty Robbins tenth number one on the country chart. The song spent three weeks at the top spot and a total of twenty-three weeks on the charts.
Music · 08/07/2018
"The Race Is On" is a song written by Don Rollins and made a hit on the country music charts by George Jones and on the pop and easy listening charts by the unrelated Jack Jones. George's version was the first single released from his 1965 album of the same name. Released as a single in September 1964, it peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and at number 96 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1965. Jack's version topped Billboard's Easy Listening chart and reached