Artículos con la etiqueta "Tennessee Ernie Ford"



Music · 10/17/2018
Tennessee Ernie Ford recorded "Sixteen Tons" in 1955 as the B-side of his cover of the Moon Mullican standard "You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry". With Ford's snapping fingers and a unique clarinet-driven pop arrangement, it quickly became a million seller.It hit Billboard's country music chart in November and held the No. 1 position for ten weeks, then crossed over and held the number 1 position on the pop music chart for eight weeks,besting the competing version by Johnny Desmond. In the Unit
Music · 07/27/2018
"The Shotgun Boogie" is a 1950 song by Tennessee Ernie Ford. "The Shotgun Boogie" was Tennessee Ernie Ford's most successful release on the Country & Western charts, staying on the charts for a total of twenty-five weeks on the chart, and at number one for fourteen weeks.Ford, a hunter himself, wrote the song. The song has been covered by many other artists, including Shakin' Stevens, Johnny Horton, and Hank Thompson.
Music · 01/31/2018
The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - Almost always closed the show's last segment. Clark, Owens, Grandpa Jones, and Kenny Price would sing a gospel hymn. Several of their performances were released as recordings. Joe Babcock took over as lead singer after Owens left the show, and Ray Burdette took over as bass singer after the death of Kenny Price; but the Quartet was not featured as often from that point on. However, the show still closed with a gospel song—if not by the Quartet, then by either the ent
Music · 01/09/2018
The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet performs "God Put A Rainbow In The Clouds"Live on Hee Haw 1979.
Music · 12/06/2017
The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet sings Hallelujah Square on Hee Haw 1979. The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - Almost always closed the show's last segment. Clark, Owens, Grandpa Jones, and Kenny Price would sing a gospel hymn. Several of their performances were released as recordings. Joe Babcock took over as lead singer after Owens left the show, and Ray Burdette took over as bass singer after the death of Kenny Price; but the Quartet was not featured as often from that point on. However, the show still c